Pictured: Lori Loughlin, China Chow, Paz Vega, Dita Von Teese, Amy Adams
Here are a few more of the stylish celebrities (those born prior to 1978) that converged in Beverly Hills at the Wallis Annenberg Center For The Performing Arts Inaugural Gala Held at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. The event was co-hosted by Robert Redford, Brad Pitt and Jamie Tisch, along with Wallis Annenberg, who donated $25 million to build “The Wallis”. Built-out in the historic Beverly Hills Post Office, it’s been transformed into a performing arts and cultural facility for the presentation of theater, dance, music, professional children’s theater and other cultural activities. The first public performance at The Wallis will feature the Martha Graham Dance Company on November 8th and 9th. Learn more about The Wallis and how you can purchase season tickets.
Photo Credit: WENN
Pictured: Ali Landry, Tia Carrere, Lori Loughlin, Renee Olstead, Lily Collins
Having already posted Julia Roberts, The Evil Queen, here’s the rest of the attendees from the Mirror Mirror premiere, including Lily Collins, who stars as Snow White. As you can assume, it’s another take on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, Snow White, not to be confused with Snow White and the Huntsman starring Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron. Look for Mirror Mirror in theaters on March 30th. For more info, visit the Mirror Mirror official website.
while eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson5
Lori Loughlin Having A Great Time On New “90210” Show On The CW
Loughlin said she is “having a great time” on “90210,” which is a remake of “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Hunt asked her about the teenage girls who are on the show and the recent tabloid accusations that they are too thin and suffer from eating disorders.
Loughlin said, “I see them eat,” before continuing to say that she doesn’t think they have a problem but if they did splashing it all over the tabloids would not be a positive experience. Source
while thinking about eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson9
`90210′ is a new show that has a familiar feel
“It’s the same in that it’s a new family in Beverly Hills, but we are the Wilsons, not the Walshes,” she said. “One of our children is adopted and African-American. I really love that aspect of the story line.”
“It’s been a great experience and it just keeps getting better,” she said. “I was pleasantly surprised the first time I watched it. I was actually impressed.” Source
Loughlin thinks her character mirrors real life. “She is also moving to Beverly Hills for the first time, so it’s an adjustment for her because she’s never lived outside of Kansas,” says Loughlin, who piqued everybody’s interest when she sort of step-mothered on “Full House” for seven years.
“I think that she’s a contemporary mom. She’s got a career. She’s grounded. She has a good relationship with her husband. I think it’s all based in – she’s based in reality.” Source
Lori Loughlin Excited About Role On “Beverly Hills, 90210″ Spin-Off
Loughlin, 43, will play Celia Mills, a wife, mom and photographer. She will have one biological child, a daughter played by Shenea Grimes, and an adoptive African-American son played by Tristan Wilds. Loughlin told People.com, “It’s a contemporary family. It’s fitting more of what’s happening today in families.”
Loughlin said the new show will be like the old show in that it will center on a group of high school teenagers dealing with the ups and downs of today’s world. According to People.com, she said, “The spin-off is a whole new group of younger kids. They’re what teenagers are going through now in high school, and I’m the mom,” Loughlin says. “It’s going to be really good – a little more interesting – because you’ve got like the parents and their lives and Rob Estes is my husband. I’m very excited about that!” Source