Pictured: Cassie Scerbo, Maitland Ward,Charisma Carpenter, Renee Olstead, Taylor Spreitler
The 5th Annual Thirst Project Gala was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Hosted by Jennifer Garner, the fundraiser educates and engages guests by connecting them first hand to the people and communities we are helping. Throughout the night, guests are provided with multiple donation options, such as live and silent auctions, text-to-give technology and other opportunities. For more info, visit The Thirst Gala.
The 40th Annual People’s Choice Awards took place at Nokie Theatre in Los Angeles. Aired on CBS and hosted by Two Broke Girls Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs, the award show honored those who were chosen by the general public in a variety of categories. Performances included One Direction, Brad Paisley, and Sara Bareilles. The big winner was Sandra Bullock who won four of her five nominations, including Favorite Movie Actress. Other winners from last night also included Britney Spears, Kaley Cuoco for The Big Bang Theory, Johnny Depp, and Naya Rivera along with Lea Michele for Glee. Check out the full list of winners and visit the People’s Choice Awards and CBS for more coverage.
The Padres Contra El Cancer 13th Annual “El Sueno De Esperanza” Gala took place at Club Nokia. Hosted by Eva Longoria and Beto Cuevas the event recognized Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican rock singer and actress, Alejandra Guzman and Multiple Latin Grammy and Grammy Award winning regional Mexican music singer and songwriter, Joan Sebastian, both who have battled cancer. The organization aims to promote childhood cancer awareness and are committed to improving the quality of life for Latino children with cancer and their families. Learn more about the organization at I Am Hope.
Capitalizing on the popularity of having aired on television, Fathom Events presented the theatrical premiere of The Asylum And Syfy’s Sharknado in Los Angeles. Basically the film is about sharks in Los Angeles and stars Cassie Scerbo, Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, and John Heard. The film is in limited release to about 200 theaters but it’ll air again on SyFy this Saturday, August 10th, at 9/8c. Visit Sharknado at SyFy for more information including clips from the film.
A freak hurricane hits Los Angeles, causing man-eating sharks to be scooped up in water spouts and flooding the city with shark-infested seawater. Surfer and bar-owner Fin (Ziering) sets out with his friends Baz (Jaason Simmons) and Nova (Scerbo) to rescue his estranged wife April (Reid) and teenage daughter Claudia (Aubrey Peeples). He succeeds, but April’s boyfriend is eaten by the sharks. The group meets up with Matt (Chuck Hittinger), the adult son of Fin and April, who is in flying school. They decide to try to stop the threat of the incoming “sharknadoes” by tossing bombs into them from helicopters. [Wiki]
The 4th Annual Thirst Gala took place at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. Hosted by Criminal Minds Kirsten Vangsness, the event honored Pauley Perrette and Robbie Brenner for their efforts in fighting the global water crisis. The Thirst Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to building fresh water wells and providing developing countries with clean water, and their celebrity supporters come together for an evening to honor those that have made a different in the fight against the global water crisis. Visit The Thirst Project for more information and how you can get involved.
The 2013 Grammy Awards will be presented this Sunday, February 10th, at Staples Center in L.A. so look out for a bunch of Pre-Grammy parties/luncheons/galas/gifting suites leading up to the awards show. Last night was the OK! Magazine Pre-Grammy Party at Sound in Hollywood. Since this is our first 2013 Grammy Awards post we’ll be doing the copy and paste method for each party leading up the event so here’s the basic info:
The 2013 Grammy Awards will air live on CBS on Sunday, February 10th, at 8pm. The show will be hosted by LL Cool J (James Todd Smith) with Dan Auerbach, Fun, Jay-Z, Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, and Kanye West leading the way with six nominations each. Performers will include Kelly Clarkson, Alicia Keys, Maroon 5, Miranda Lambert, The Black Keys, Elton John, Justin Timbelake, and yes, even Taylor Swift. Check out the full list of nominees and for more info, visit the Grammy official website.
Pictured: Ashley Benson, Cassie Scerbo, Charlotte Ross, Kelly Monaco, Shenae Grimes
So the Get Festive with Frankie B. and Kitson held at Kitson in West Hollywood didn’t raise money, it didn’t benefit an organization but rather was just a party with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and a manicure booth put on by Daniella Clarke, found of Frankie B. Anyways, without a true purpose, the event drew some notable attendees and gives us a reason to plug Frankie B. at Kitson, $352 skinny jeans, perhaps? On to the poll…
Lost up in the drafts was the 2nd Annual Inspiration Women Awards to Benefit The Susan G. Komen For The Cure held at Royce Hall at UCLA in Westwood, California. Well, given that we’re a few days late in reporting this is there really anything we can say? So yeah, it was an award show and we don’t know who got recognized but all in all this was to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer, and that in itself is pretty important to note.