Largest gathering of Santa's Elves - ABC Family sets
New York, NY, USA--In support of its new original holiday
movie “Santa Baby 2: Christmas Maybe”, ABC Family gathered
607 “elves,”-setting the new world record for the Largest
gathering of Santa's Elves.
Jenny McCarthy, Dean McDermott (aka Mr. Tori Spelling) and
a whole lot of elves gathered together at ABC Family’s Elf
Party to set the new world record for the Largest gathering
of Santa's Elves.Photo PNP/WENN.com
photo) New Yorkers and tourists visiting the
city, including adults and children of all ages, took part
in the record-setting event during which participants dressed
in official-approved elf costumes.
Jenny McCarthy, Dean McDermott
(aka Mr. Tori Spelling) and a whole lot of elves gathered
together Monday at ABC Family’s Elf Party in support of their
TV movie Santa Baby 2.
The party was held at Bryant Park in NYC.
“There’s nothing like the holidays to bring
people together to share in the spirit of the season,” said
ABC Family President Paul Lee.
“This is our favorite time of year, and what
better way to celebrate it than by bringing together over
600 of Santa’s ‘elves’ and successfully setting a new World
Record for the Largest
gathering of Santa's Elves. The people of New York
were just fantastic!”
In the holiday movie, ”Santa Baby 2: Christmas
Maybe,” McCarthy stars as Santa’s business-minded daughter,
Mary Class, who must contend both with Santa’s mid-life crisis
and his elves going on strike right at the height of Christmas
Santa’s tired of the responsibilities of the
job and is ready to pass on the reins to Mary, who feels torn
between the family business and running her own high stakes
firm in New York City, along with balancing a relationship
with the love of her life, Luke (Dean McDermott).
The situation gets increasingly dire when
a disgruntled former elf, Teri (Kelly Stables), in cunning
disguise, sows dissension at the North Pole in an effort to
take over Christmas.