Hitting the town for a good old fashioned girls' night out, Eva Longoria and Melanie Griffith stopped by ArcLight Hollywood to watch "12 Years a Slave" on Saturday (November 2).
38-year-old Eva was slim and sexy in black, wearing a long sweater and skinnies, while 56-year-old Melanie strode along beside her in a white sweatshirt, a gray tee and skinny jeans, her arms draped over Eva's shoulder.
She's clearly a star that's nabbed a lot of attention as of late and on Monday (December 3), Taylor Swift was honored with a Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award in New York City.
Stepping into the Marriott Marquis Hotel, the 22-year-old singer looked lovely in a classic knee length cream-colored dress with gold overlay while receiving recognition for her dedication to social change.
Donning their finest to raise money for a good cause, the stars came out to the Children's Hospital Los Angeles Gala : Noche de Niños at L.A. Live Event Deck on Saturday (October 20).
This year's celebrity honoree was Heidi Klum, who sparkled in a strapless silver dress with matching strappy heels. Since Heidi first visited the hospital, her helpful efforts have included surprising some lucky patients who accompanied her on the red carpet of the premiere of "Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil" to serving as Celebrity Ambassador for the Turn on the Lights! 5k Walk for kids celebrating, and raising funds for the opening of the Marion and John E. Anderson Pavilion.
Considered America's highest honor for a career in film, Shirley MacLaine was presented as the 40th recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award during a Culver City, California ceremony on Thursday night (June 7).
Immersing herself in the spotlight ahead of the May 18th release of her new movie "What To Expect When You're Expecting", Cameron Diaz ate up the spotlight during day three of CinemaCon at Caesars Palace is Las Vegas on Wednesday night (April 25).
The 39-year-old actress donned a skintight asymmetrical black dress as she spoke onstage during a Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation dinner honoring DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg with the 2012 Pioneer of the Year Award.