I was going to cover a annual Art of Elysium gala, that is always hold a Saturday before a Golden Globes, and it’s an eventuality that is customarily well-attended by a handful of A-listers, and an collection of B-listers and Fashion Girls. But final night’s celebration was flattering tedious and hardly anyone critical came out. You know why? Because all of a large names came out for Sean Penn’s “3rd Annual Help Haiti Home Gala” sponsored by Armani. Which… we mean, good for Sean. This fundraiser benefited a Haiti gift he started several years ago, so he behaved himself and all (funny/interesting sidenote: a same day as Penn’s fundraiser, his ex-wife Robin Wright confirms that she’s intent to her boy-toy Ben Foster! HA.)
Luckily, Sean Penn’s categorical lady Charlize Theron was there to support her man. Charlize looked unequivocally good in this Givenchy minidress. Her hair looks good too. Apparently, Charlize Sean were all coupley and kissy-face during a eventuality too.
Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky gave us a preview of what I’m presumption will be their loved-up, knocked-up coming during a Golden Globes tonight. Chris is a presenter, and we will so unhappy if Elsa isn’t there, winning all of a attention.
Diane Kruger in Preen. It seems a bit imagination and artificial for what was fundamentally a cocktail celebration fundraiser. The dress seems some-more matched for, like, a ballet or show gala.
Winona Ryder. we can’t find a engineer ID, it might be vintage. She looks lovely, though we know what’s funny? Winona’s frenemy Gwyneth Paltrow was during this eventuality too. HA.
Allison Williams in Osman. It’s okay. we only can’t get vehement about this girl.
Pam Anderson – we know it’s crazy, though we unequivocally like her brief hair. The dress is awful and she looks flattering severe otherwise, though a hair is cute. Pam also announced during a eventuality that she had remarried Rick Solomon. Because of course.
Emma Thompson and her pleasing daughter Gaia Wise (best name ever).
Paris Hilton! Hahahaha.
Photos pleasantness of WENN.