Haute Living and Tanqueray partnered on Saturday night to celebrate Felicity Huffman, the cover star of Haute Living’s March/April San Francisco issue. An intimate crowd came together at Osteria Mozza in Los Angeles to honor the accomplished and beloved actress. No special lines or roles were needed for the exclusive night and as they say, lights, camera, action and the festivities were live. Continue reading
Sofia Vergara owns TV land, taking home the biggest paycheck for any actress on the boob tube.
After 8 intense, explosive, drama-filled seasons, Desperate Housewives will be signing off the airwaves forever next month. Sunday night, the cast of the popular ABC series took to the red carpet before the official wrap-up party in Westwood. Continue reading
Our friends at Forbes have compiled yet another list – this time, of the top 10 highest paid actresses on TV.
Also from Desperate Housewives, Marcia Cross sits pretty behind Eva and Tina at number 3, having made $10 million, tied with Mariska Hargitay of Law & Order: SVU and Marg Helgenberger of CSI.
Somehow Teri Hatcher and Felicity Huffman come in behind the other Housewives ladies after having made $9 million each.
Rounding out the top 10 is The Good Wife‘s Julianna Margulies at $6 million.
Felicity Huffman was at The Grove today speaking to Mario Lopez of Extra about the seventh season of Desperate Housewivesand about her involvement with Lee National Denim Day*, a program which in the last 14 years has raised $80 million dollars for the fight against breast cancer.
Felicity was sweet and took time to take pictures with as many fans as asked. She also brought a stack of Lee denim jeans to be given out as gifts to the audience.
Watch the video below for a short clip of the video and watch Extrafor the full interview coming up soon:
|Felicity waiting to start her interview|
|Felicity Huffman looking at a pic of herself on a fan’s phone from a recent encounter between her and the fan|
|Mario Lopez getting a makeup touch up between breaks|
|Mario Lopez taking a picture of Felicity Huffman and a fan|
In its first year, Lee Jeans set a goal of raising $1 million on Lee National Denim Day. To do this, Lee Jeans invited companies to go casual for a cause, inviting employees to wear their jeans to work on Denim Day in exchange for a $5 contribution to the fight against breast cancer. The underlying concept behind the program was simple – by convincing enough people to take one small step, together they could reach an incredible goal.
The response to the inaugural Lee National Denim Day program was astounding. That year, more than 3,000 companies signed up to participate, raising $1.4 million dollars for the fight against breast cancer, setting the stage for what would become one of the most captivating social action campaigns in the country.
Since its first year, Lee National Denim Day has raised nearly $80 million for the fight against breast cancer and unites nearly one million supporters nationwide each year.