Party Roundup: Revlon Run/Walk Tops $65 Million for Women's Cancers
Matthew Morrison, Mario Lopez, Halle Berry, founder Lilly Tartikoff, Stacy Kiebler and singer Sean Jones got the overhead view of 35,000 runners at the LA edition of the EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women at the Coliseum on Saturday, May 12. (Photo by Chris Weeks/WireImage)
Paul Haggis and “True Blood’s” Chris Bauer say “Ciao” on Rodeo Drive at the opening of Brioni’s boutique. (Photo by John Sciulli.)
“All of my movies have been profitable,” Morgan Spurlock said at a screening the night before Wednesday’s L.A. debut of manscaping documentary “Mansome”. “That’s how you get to make more movies.” Spurlock credited his editor, a “South Park” veteran, for churning comedy out of segments with the inventors of “Fresh Balls” (left) and champion beardsman Jack Passion (at right). After his last movie about product placement, Spurlock wrangled “The Art of Shaving” to host the grooming party at Lexington Social House.
On the day that “Days of Our Lives” racked up 15 Daytime Emmy nominations, Arianne Zucker, Galen Gering, and Lisa Rinna were amongst the cast gathered for a Paley Center tribute on Wednesday night. (Photo by Kevin Parry.)
In an unusual twist, pregnancy themed cocktails like the “Bundle of Joy” were on the menu for Christine Teigen, Chase Crawford, and Erin Andrews at Lionsgate’s screening of “What to Expect When You’re Expecting” with Purity Vodka in New York on Tuesday night.
Five years ago on Cinco de Mayo, Floyd Mayweather (in a Mariachi outfit) outshined Oscar De La Hoya with a live music introduction by 50 Cent on his way in to an eventual victory. Five years to the day later, the undefeated Mayweather topped himself before and after defeating Miguel Cotto with a stacked entourage carrying his belts for him (from left): Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, and 50 Cent. (Photo via Twitter.)
Now that the Cold War has had twenty years to thaw, we can all be friends: The Paley Center’s Pat Mitchell, former president of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev, former U.S. Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger, CNN Founder Ted Turner, Executive Producer Jeremy Isaacs, Tom Brokaw and Ron Sanders (President, Warner Bros. Home Video) broke the ice at a screening of “Cold War: The Complete Series” in New York.
“Indoors” expert Kelly Osbourne met “outdoors” survival specialist Bear Grylls at Piers Morgan’s BritWeek event at the Beverly Wilshire. (Photo by Rex Gelert/BritWeek)
Two "America's Got Talent" alums (Jerry Springer, left, and Piers Morgan) from the pre-Howard Stern era reunited at Morgan's BritWeek event on Friday, May 4.
Days before his debut on ABC’s “Duets,” Robin Thicke (center) performed at City Year Los Angeles’ “Spring Break: Destination Education” event at the Sony lot. Jon Hamm (right) and Liam Hemsworth spent their Saturday night at the gala organized by Ted Harbert, Hannah Minghella, Dawn Ostroff, and Stacey Snider, among others. (Photos by Alex Berliner/AB Images)
Jason Kennedy and Sherri Shepherd work the microphones at Generosity Water’s event at the Roosevelt on Friday, May 4. The center stage is common ground for Kennedy, who has quietly become the nearly permanent replacement for Ryan Seacrest on “E! News Daily” while Seacrest builds his media empire. In a rare unpaid appearance, Kim Kardashian showed up to the charity event to support her friend and/Hollywood's ambassador in Las Vegas, Mike Snedegar. Snedegar serves on Generosity Water’s board.
As the “Avengers” unspooled at midnight showings on Thursday, star Jeremy Renner’s agent Joel Lubin was part of the crowd at HTC and LAND’s dinner for artist Zoe Crosher (above right, with CAA agent Thao Nguyen) in the penthouse at the Chateau. While Jena Malone and Quddus were upstairs, “Bridesmaids” actress Ellie Kemper, Scarlett Johansson, and Coachella headliners The Black Keys helped propel the Chateau lobby to its usual full-throttle status.
On a break between “Twilight” promotional cycles, Nikki Reed hosted a George Gina & Lucy event at Fred Segal in Santa Monica on May 3. The rock on her finger comes from recently acquired husband/“American Idol” alum Paul McDonald. Illy issimo coffee kicked in for the Heal the Bay fundraiser.
Rocket relaunch! Ron Meyer, Teri Schwartz (Dean of UCLA School of Theater, Film, and TV) and Brian Grazer huddle up at a screening of “Apollo 13,” kicking off the UCLA Film & Television Archive film exhibition, “Universal Pictures: Celebrating 100 Years” on Friday, May 4.
Host Dana Delany (center) helped Denis Leary and Ray Romano bulk up their trophy cases at the 5th Annual Television Academy’s Honors, singling out shows that have the ability to spark positive change. Although Jennifer Aniston was a last-minute scratch to present at the event, David E. Kelley, Sony’s Holly Jacobs, and Brad Garrett helped light up the Beverly Hills Hotel ballroom on May 2. (Photo by Picture Group)
“It’s a sad day for rock ‘n’ roll,” Daryl “DMC” McDaniels said on the day he learned of the passing of his onetime tour mate Adam “MCA” Yauch. DMC flashed the “rock and roll” sign to honor his late friend’s roots as he arrived at a Kentucky Derby event, the Style Icon Suite presented by New Era, tearing up inside as he discussed MCA.