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If You Want To Live Like Lucious Lyon, Enter FOX's Run 'Empire' for a Day Sweepstakes

Terrence Howard stars as Lucious Lyon in Empire.
Beginning today, FOX fans can enter the “Run EMPIRE for a Day” sweepstakes, at fox.com/EmpireSweepstakes, for a chance to experience the glamourous lifestyle of Empire Records mogul Lucious Lyon (played by Academy Award® nominee Terrence Howard, “Crash,” “Hustle & Flow’).

Between today and Monday, December 15, viewers and fans can enter the “Run EMPIRE for a Day” sweepstakes by visiting fox.com/EmpireSweepstakes. The lucky sweepstakes winner, along with an Entourage of his/her five closest friends, will be awarded a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel in style to Los Angeles, where they will receive the ultimate star treatment, including*:

· Travel first- or business-class round-trip to and from Los Angeles
· Stay in a suite fit for a mogul in one of Hollywood’s top hotels
· See the sights of Los Angeles from the comfort of a chauffeured car
· Winner and guests will get their hair, makeup or grooming done by a celebrity stylist
· Attend the exclusive VIP EMPIRE Premiere party, where they’ll walk the red carpet with the stars and enjoy their own VIP table on Tuesday, January 6

Watch a new promo about FOX’s “Run EMPIRE for a Day” Sweepstakes below:



The “Run EMPIRE for a Day” sweepstakes is open to U.S. residents 21 years of age and over. No purchase is necessary. Please visit fox.com/EmpireSweepstakes for official rules and complete prize information.

From Academy Award nominee Lee Daniels (Lee Daniels' The Butler, Precious), Emmy Award winner Danny Strong (Game Change, Lee Daniels' The Butler) and Academy Award- and Emmy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer (A Beautiful Mind, 24), comes a drama about a family dynasty, set within a world of music, glamour, danger and power. Featuring music by prolific producer Timbaland, the series stars Academy Award nominee Terrence Howard (Crash, Hustle & Flow) and Academy Award and Emmy Award nominee Taraji P. Henson (No Good Deed, Person of Interest).

Among the series’ other featured cast members are Malik Yoba (“Revolution,” “Girlfriends”), Jussie Smollett (“North,” “The Mighty Ducks”), Trai Byers, (“90210”) and Kaitlin Doubleday (“Hung,” “Catch Me If You Can”), as well as newcomers Bryshere Gray and Grace Gealey. Guest stars include supermodel Naomi Campbell, Academy Award winner Cuba Gooding, Jr. (“Jerry Maguire”), Academy Award nominee Gabourey Sidibe (“American Horror Story,” “Precious”), Grammy Award and Golden Globe Award nominee Courtney Love (“The People vs. Larry Flynt”), Derek Luke (“The Americans”) and Judd Nelson (“The Breakfast Club”).

EMPIRE is from Imagine Television in association with 20th Century Fox Television. The series is created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong. The pilot is written by Daniels and Strong. The series is executive-produced by Daniels, Strong, Brian Grazer (“24,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Parenthood”), Ilene Chaiken (“The L Word”) and Francie Calfo (“Those Who Kill,” GANG RELATED). Daniels directed the pilot.

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