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Ben Affleck, Steven Tyler, Naomi Watts, Nina Dobrev and a massive list of celebs came out to support designer John Varvatos' 10th Annual Stuart House Benefit; Cara Santana, Jesse Metcalfe, Jordana Brewster, and co-stars of "Dallas" step out for a Q&A panel at the 30th Annual PaleyFest; Shenae Grimes, Sarah Hyland, Derek Hough, Lakers stars and other notables tested their luck for a good cause at the Lakers Casino Night Fundraiser benefiting the Lakers Youth Foundation; Julie Bowen, Ginnifer Goodwin, Adam Scott and a bunch of little kids read some books at the 4th Annual Milk And Bookies Story Time Celebration—see which stars were out and about supporting the causes of their choice over the weekend in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Bella Thorne helps celebrate Latinos in Hollywood at The London; a youth orchestra takes over Barney's New York in Beverly Hills for a fundraising event hosted by Simon Doonan; Wendi McLendon-Covey and Selita Ebanks step out for the Give & Get Fete fundraiser at the SLS; George Clooney and Stacy Keibler squash breakup rumors with PDA while supporting Ben Affleck along with Jennifer Garner, Bryan Cranston and more at the premiere of Argo—get your final dose of event rundowns before the weekend in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
The Book of Mormon finally arrives to spread the good word in Hollywood as Christina Hendricks and Zoe Saldana are among many who attend service, Lea Michele and Kate Hudson ring in the school year at the "Glee" premiere, and Milla Jovovich kills a fresh batch of zombies in the newest installment of Resident Evil. Here's what you missed because you decided to stay home last night. More»
Elizabeth Banks, J. Lo (with her beau!), and Anna Kendrick walk the carpet at the Chinese and party at the Roosevelt alongside Lion's Gate execs at the premiere of What To Expect When You're Expecting; Bravo honcho/host Andy Cohen brings out the brightest stars of the Bravoverse for the release of his new life-in-pop-culture memoir; former "Baywatch" star Donna D'Errico hosts the red carpet premiere of her new reality show about life after The Hoff. Monday night might not have been packed with parties, but since it doesn't cost you anything to read, you'll get your money's worth in this edition of Last Night's Parties!
Over the weekend in NYC, Will Arnett and Maya Rudolph get it on at the Comedy Awards, Tribeca Film Festival came to a close with "Marvel's The Avengers" premiere, Miike Snow members and Lykke Li performed at the Bowery Hotel, Freida Pinto sported a chic red suit at the "Trishna" after party, and more. Last night's parties were all about stealing the limelight. More»
Neil Patrick Harris and Missi Pyle step out to support Alan Cumming's foray into photography in West Hollywood; Josh Hutcherson, Busy Philipps, Perez Hilton and many more attend Logo's "NewNowNext Awards" show hosted by Kelly Osbourne; an extraordinarily random array of celebrities including Jennifer Lopez, James Caan and Tommy Hilfiger celebrate the grand opening of Planet Dailies and Mixology 101; Jessica Lowndes and Paul Sorvino hit the premiere of their new short horror film—get your final rundown of who partied in L.A. before for the weekend in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Lindsay Lohan steps out for Domingo Zapata's Oscars art show; Emmy Rossum and Adrian Grenier attends Global Green USA's 9th annual pre-Oscar party; Eva Longoria hosts a pre-Oscar Flamenco party; Taylor Kitsch, Bella Thorne and Lynn Collins grace the red carpet for the John Carter Los Angeles premiere; Buzz Aldrin graces The Wrap's 2012 pre-Oscar party; Jennifer Aniston is honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame—the Oscars are right around the corner and we've got your details on Wednesday's pre-awards show fetes, plus the other events that went down across Los Angeles in this installment of Last Night's Parties! More»
Justin Bieber, Quincy Jones step out to see Michael Jackson immortalized with hand and footprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre; Salt-n-Pepa prove they still got it at the launch of McDonald's new Chicken McBites menu item; The 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards holds a behind the scenes champagne dinner by Suzanne Goin; Diane Keaton, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Kevin Kline and more kick off the Santa Barbara International Film Festival—we have the highlights of what went down on Thursday in and around L.A. in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Jenny McCarthy hosts a World Series of Boxing match; The Producer's Guild honors Angelina Jolie in a celebrity filled night; Kate Beckinsale, Ali Larter and HIMYM star Neil Patrick Harris come out for a legen—wait for it —dary opening night of Cirque du Soleil's OVO in Santa Monica; Selena Gomez sings for UNICEF; The Wonder Girls come to America under the guidance of Nick Cannon—Sundance wasn't the only thing going on over the weekend, see what went down in L.A. in this installment of Last Night's Parties. More»
HBO kicked things off at Circa 55, where guests like Jane Fonda, Guy Pearce, and Ewan McGregor, and winner Claire Dane munched on beef tenderloin and sipped martinis. NBC had A-listers Jon Hamm, Colin Firth, and Nicole Richie schmoozing under the stars at the Beverly Hilton rooftop - right across from where Harvey Weinstein kept the company of Golden Globe winners Meryl Streep and Jean Dujardin, as well as Leo DiCaprio and countless other guests at his annual party. See this and so much more on our Golden Globes after party round up... MORE>>
Miranda Kerr, Kate Winslet and Guy Pearce kick-off Australia Week; Kirsten Dunst, Brittany Snow, Elijah Wood and many others step out for The Art of Elysium; Sean Penn, Julia Roberts, Leonardo DiCaprio and more help raise funds for the Haiti relief effort; BAFTA hosts a tea party for awards season with Michelle Williams, Charlize Theron and a slew of other notables; Aziz Ansari, Paul Rudd and Seth Rogen throw their star power behind Hilarity for Charity to benefit the Alzheimer's Association—it was a fully-loaded weekend of star-studded events in L.A. that had (almost) nothing to do with the Golden Globes and we have the details in this edition of Last Night's Parties. More»
Wednesday, June 19
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.