Powerhouse lawyer Ken Ziffren does not get to take home this turtle as part of his L.A. Zoo Beastly Ball honors. With co-honoree Heather Mycoskie (TOMS Shoes), Pauley Perrette, and Betty White, they caged $1.1m on Saturday night.
Former “Lipstick Jungle” co-workers Cheyenne Jackson and Dan Bucatinsky caught up at Lambda Legal’s West Coast Liberty Awards at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Friday night.
Jason Collins, Jarron Collins and Candis Cayne, three of the icons at Lambda Legal, which honors those who have made an impact on the LGBT communities and those living with HIV.
Robert Pattinson (with co-star Guy Pearce) capped the carpet in Westwood at the L.A. premiere of “The Rover” Thursday night. It opens at Century City and the Landmark on Friday.
“The Rover” producers David Linde and Liz Watts flank director David Michod echoing the bleak tone of the Australian revenge adventure. The W hotel after party came courtesy of Loft & Bear Artisanal Vodka.
Former popular NY Times fashion reporter Eric Wilson is now at InStyle, and the glossy threw an L.A. party to continue the welcome. Cody Horn (right, actress, model, and Alan Horn offspring) put out a friendly hand along with Sophia Bush and Kiernan Shipka Thursday night.
Meanwhile in NYC, Jon Bon Jovi, Marty Bandler, and Sony Music CEO Doug Morris gave the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Induction a “good name” in Times Square.
20 years after the Bronco chase, personalities associated with the TV coverage of the OJ trial spent Thursday night together. From top left, Laurie Levenson, OJ’s pre-dream team lawyer Howard Weitzman, Investigation Discovery president Henry Schleiff (who is airing a documentary on the trial), and Larry King, whose nightly program became the nightly mouthpiece for both sides.
From a lowly slot on the MTV VMA’s pre-show 10 years ago to opening the World Cup in Brazil, Pitbull took the one starting male role performing with J. Lo and Claudia Leitte on Thursday afternoon.
Courtney Love being normal: Checking out that curved TV that Samsung’s been advertising non-stop during the NBA playoffs at the Producers Guild Digital VIP event at Soho House.
Producers Guild Digital VIPs included Claire Danes and Jared Leto career-jumpstarter Marshall Herkovitz with Awesomeness TV founder Brian Robbins, as well as Vine founder Rus Yusupov.
E3 is on downtown and Stan Lee is on the scene. The 91-year-old who is in the running for “best summer” with X-Men and the Spiderman franchises was the star at gaming partners Wikipad & OnLive’s party on Wednesday night.
Zach Quinto went to the source for “Orange is the New Black” season 2 spoilers at amfAR’s Inspiration Gala in NYC on Tuesday night.
Josh Duhamel and Fergie sneak a break at amfAR Tuesday night.
Meanwhile in L.A., Quincy Jones fist bumps James Hogan (Etihad Airways President) at a Beverly Hills party celebrating new airborne mansion seats (right) and routes from L.A. to Abu Dhabi on Tuesday night.
The past and present of social-action TV converged at the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball. Former VP Al Gore (who launched Current TV) presented to Participant Media honorees Jeff Skoll (left) and Jim Berk (right)
Butterfly Ball Co-Chair Rebecca Gayheart, Soleil Moon Frye and Kelly Sawyer enjoy the fundraiser, a night supported heavily by Audi, Kayne Anderson, and Stella Artois.
UTA Managing Director/frequent award recipient Jay Sures, Max Greenberg, and Steve Levitan backstage at the Chrysalis Butterfly Ball.
Real Aristocracy: “Dowton Abbey’s” Sophie Mcshera (“Daisy”), Joanne Froggatt (“Anna”) and Lesley Nicol (“Mrs. Patmore”) met Prince Albert II of Monaco during the Monte Carlo TV Festival.
The top two guys at this week’s National Association of Latino Independent Producers Media Summit, Executive Director Axel Caballerro and lifetime achievement award winner Andy Garcia, headlined the two-day event at the Universal Sheraton.
“I get a text from (Robert Rodriguez) and I show up,” Wilmer Valderrama (left) said of how he landed on the “From Dusk Till Dawn” TV series. WIlmer posed with “24” and “Nikita” producer Carlos Coto at NALIP. The media summit, presented by Heineken and HBO, got a sneak of Tom Cruise’s “Edge of Tomorrow” before it opened.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ invasion, the British Consul General’s house got some new production design for BAFTA LA’s Garden Party on June 8.
Housemaster Chris O’Connor handed the mic, and his lawn, over to BAFTA LA Chairman Nigel Daly.
Simon Lythgoe, Alicia Davies, and dad Nigel Lythgoe got a great afternoon for BAFTA’s Garden Party.
Amy Poehler turned up to support “Parks and Rec” co-star Jenny Slate in her starring role in Sundance comedy “Obvious Child”.
Ed Helms, lead Jake Lacy, and Logan Fahey at A24’s “Obvious Child” after party at Wood and Vine.
ABC Family’s “The Fosters” is racking up trophies.
After a TV Academy honor for highlighting socially conscious issues last week, it got an economic recognition for keeping production in L.A. Councilman Tom LaBonge, Co-Creators/EPs Bradley Bredeweg and Peter Paige, and EPs Joanna Johnson and Greg Gugliotta get a blessing for keeping their background in the foreground.