Golden Globes parties are in full swing as stars prepare for Sunday's awards.
The Hollywood Reporter is on the scene at the biggest bashes and will be updating this post with the latest happenings leading up the Globes, as well as the exclusive celebrations following Sunday's show. Keep checking back for the latest scoops.
Sunday, Jan. 11
The Weinstein Co. and Netflix party, Robinsons May Lot:
9:26 p.m. Brad Grey walks past Harvey's section with a drink in his hand. When asked by THR where he's going next, the Paramount chief says, "Either home for Cheerios and bananas or to CAA. I haven't decided yet" with a laugh.
9:24 p.m. Security is right near Harvey Weinstein's section with six guards keeping revelers out of his VIP area. At the next section over, The Imitation Game cast is holding court with Benedict Cumberbatch seated next to his pregnant fiancé. Dominic West chats nearby.
9:15 p.m. Jeffrey Katzenberg enters with a small entourage as Bill Murray passes by, escorted by Fox Searchlight's Melissa Holloway-Blanchard.
9:13 p.m. Dakota Johnson sits down on the arm of the second couch in the room and immediately dangles her feet off the ground. She declined the interview request from a fashion journalist, only saying that she's wearing Chanel couture.
9:08 p.m. Dame Helen Mirren poses on the carpet and heads inside, just missing Amy Adams and a small entourage (including partner Darren Le Gallo) as they exit.
9:15 p.m. Monica Lewinsky deep in conversation with The Good Wife's Alan Cumming.
9:05 p.m. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos entering the party.
NBC/Universal Pictures/Focus Features/E! party at the Garage:
&lrm9:17 p.m. The Theory of Everything star and lead drama actor winner Eddie Redmayne arrives at the party amidst the glare of flashbulbs and is mobbed by well-wishers.
8:52 p.m. The NBC/Focus Features/Universal fete is only peppered with random talent after most walked away empty handed at the ceremony: The Theory of Everything's Felicity Jones and her director James Marsh and Universal chief Donna Langley are among the few big names in attendance immediately post-show.
20th Century Fox Film and TV/Fox Searchlight/FX party, The Fox Pavilion at the Golden Globes:
9:08 p.m. The Birdman table with director Alejandro González Iñárritu and the globe winning writers is swarmed by people congratulating the team.
9:02 p.m. Bill Murray mumbles song lyrics while he snakes his way past the bar in a conga line with his fellow partygoers.
8:35 p.m. Fargo executive producer Warren Littlefield introduces star (and Globe winner) Billy Bob Thornton to Fox Networks Group Chief Peter Rice, who thanked the actor for his "incredible performance." By the entrance to the party, Kristin Wiig, Owen Wilson and Mark Ruffalo danced to Whitney Houston. Minutes later, Michael Keaton was ushered through the crowd to the Birdman table. Just outside the door, Emma Stone was getting some help with a minor wardrobe malfunction.
7:30 p.m. Huge applause at the Fox viewing party as Michael Keaton wins best actor for Birdman.
6:10 p.m. SunTrust banker Christa Thomas at the Fox party rooting for shows her bank has helped finance including Birdman and Big Eyes. "I want to see Birdman fly high," says Thomas.
5:25 p.m. When Fargo won as best mini series Julie Ann Emery jumped out of her chair and threw her arms in the air cheering and nearly crying with joy. Emery stars on Fargo as Ida, the pregnant wife of the sheriff. She also stars in AMC's upcoming Better Call Saul. The Tennessee native is with her husband Broadway singer Kevin Earley, recently in Death Takes a Holiday. This is Emery's first time at the Globes: "It feels surreal. I'm used to being home with a bowl of popcorn in my jammies."
Saturday, Jan. 10
CBS/CBS Films/Showtime/The CW at Soho House:
10:45 p.m. Ray Donovan star Liev Schreiber was at the party with his TV wife, played by Paula Malcolmson, and his co-star Jon Voight. Schreiber says they start shooting the third season of the hit Showtime series later in January, with 12 new episodes on tap. Voight was with his producing partner Steven Paul, who says as soon as Voight finishes shooting Ray Donovan, he is set to star in a movie for the Hallmark Channel called J.L. Ranch. Paul describes it as “Dallas meets Game of Thrones.” Paul's company Crystal Sky is selling the movie worldwide.
10:05 p.m. Jorge Granier and Gary Pearl are producers of hot new CW series Jane the Virgin, which just won a People's Choice Award and AFI honor and is nominated at the Golden Globes for best TV comedy and best comedy actress for star Gina Rodriguez. Granier worked on the original telenovela in his home country of Venezuela and brought it to the U.S. in partnership with Pearl.
&lrm9:52 p.m. Hip-hop impresario Russell Simmons sips green-pressed juice inside the fete and chats with two women inside the beautifully appointed garden room in Soho House.
9:40 p.m. Mike Colter from The Good Wife says he doesn't think the show will win, even though it deserves to. "We're the Susan Lucci. We're so good year after year, they figure we'll be around, and so they give it to some new show that will be gone in two years."
&lrm9:15 p.m. Actor Dominic West pulls double duty at the Soho House fete honoring Globes nominees from CBS, Showtime, CW and CBS Films. The lead drama actor nominee for Showtime's The Affair&lrm was also present at the party for CBS Films' comedy/musical feature film nominee Pride, in which he stars. "I actually keep forgetting about that one!" he joked with THR. "No ... I loved making that movie. It's a great film because you laugh and cry."
9:08 p.m. Producer John Wells and wife Marilyn celebrate the new season of Shameless on Showtime and a movie he just directed starring Bradley Cooper.
Anonymous Content party at Rivabella:
10:40 p.m. The Imitation Game director Morten Tyldum arrives and says he is overwhelmed at the number of people he's been meeting on the awards circuit: "I come from a small town in a small European country, so this is a bit overwhelming." But the Norwegian adds that he is gratified by this rare opportunity.
10 p.m. Shane Black, accompanied by a blond Russian beauty, says he is almost done shooting The Nice Guys. Also in attendance are Patrick Stewart, Emmy Rossum, Ed Helms, Rectify creator Ray McKinnon, Tom Ortenberg and Magic Mike XXL director Gregory Jacobs.
9:40 p.m. Joshua Jackson shows up at with Diane Kruger and heads to a back table.
4th Annual Sean Penn & Friends Help Haiti Home Gala at the Montage Hotel:
9:58 p.m. Ben Stiller (pictured at left with Kevin Nealon) exits through the back to go home, but is spotted by the bar outside chatting with David Spade. Three minutes later, he's spotted heading toward the valet.
9:57 p.m. Stiller interrupts the auction to take the stage, saying he needs to get home to tell his wife that he spent $150,000 (see 9:43 p.m.). He also makes a plea for Haiti funds and further development.
9:56 p.m. Three $500,000 bids are accepted to join Penn and Clinton on a trip to Haiti.
9:43 p.m. Rachel Zoe stands during the live auction when prompted by the Sotheby’s auctioneer to make a special plea for the lot she was involved in setting up, “The Ultimate Fashion Experience Curated by Rachel Zoe,” estimated at a value of $250,000. “Serious, serious, serious” is how Zoe describes the lot, calling the items “one-of-a-kind.” It sells to Stiller for $150,000.
9:33 p.m. Penn announces that there will be a special musical guest after the live auction, adding, “We had U2 last year. We aren’t going downhill this year. I have come through on my side of the bargain.” It’s rumored that Red Hot Chili Peppers will perform.
9:17 p.m. Bill Clinton commands the room, detailing many anecdotes from his time in Haiti, both with Penn and without. He also mentions that he spent New Year’s Eve in the Dominican Republic with wife Hillary. Rainn Wilson gets up from his table, moves to the side of the room to get a more panoramic shot of Clinton on stage. Nine minutes later, Clinton wraps up his remarks by saying that Haitians need a “hand up” not a “hand out,” adding, “They are worth what you are giving them tonight” in the live auction.
9:03 p.m. Sean Penn takes to the stage to honor Bill Clinton and gives the former president a long introduction marked by highlights of his career. He says that Clinton retired at the same age that Penn is today before launching an even more active philanthropic career. Clinton takes the stage as will.i.am exits a back door, waving goodbye to several guests indicating that he’s not coming back.
8:34 p.m. Theron is led backstage by one of the event staff to prep for her part of the evening, introducing Richard Hotes. Theron takes the stage, calling Hotes a “task master,” “ditch digger” and a “man who likes to work with his hands.” Hotes thanks Theron, as the actress takes her seat, saying that her words were “kind and generous” and adding that he’s inspired to live up to them. His speech lasts more than 20 minutes and includes jokes, his list of pet peeves and meandering thoughts with a big lead-up to a poem that he wrote for the occasion titled “Hero.” The crowd gets restless during Hotes’ remarks. Ellen Pompeo leans over SamanthaRonson’s empty chair (she’s in the restroom) and whispers to Piers Morgan. At 9 p.m., Hotes wraps up his speech as the crowd applauds. Six people give him a standing ovation.
8:25 p.m. A surprise musical performer is introduced ... Chris Martin of Coldplay (minus Coldplay). The international superstar performs “Magic.” The crowd erupts when Martin announces he’ll be performing a second song. “If you like it, donate. If you don’t like it, I’ll f— off,” he says. He performs “Viva la Vida” and the crowd loves every second of it, with many of them singing along.
8:19 p.m. Bill Clinton (pictured at right), a special honoree of the night, is seen introducing himself to Rozzi Crane while will.i.am joins them to also make an introduction and congratulate her on an amazing performance. Later, Crane tells THR that it was indeed a big moment for her and she’d love to collaborate with the Black Eyed Peas hitmaker. As for Clinton? “He was really great and told me about his saxophone days,” she says.
8:14 p.m. Ashton Kutcher accepts well wishes from a bearded man who tells the actor, “You look really happy.”
8:10 p.m. Sean Penn darts out the back of the ballroom, exiting in the east corner of the room almost unnoticed. David Spade is one of the guests in the bar right outside the ballroom, sitting on the leather sofa with a female guest.
8:00 p.m. Harvey Weinstein chats with Rebecca Gayheart as Samantha Ronson gets out of her seat and heads over to say hello to Guy Oseary and Chris Martin.
7:55 p.m. During a 30-minute break for dinner service, Chris Martin stands in the center of the room, flanked by Guy Oseary and Josh Hutcherson, all standing in front of Sean Penn’s table, where an animated Charlize Theron is overhead telling Bryan Lourd about “hitting a wall and I said, &lsquoWe gotta go!' ”
7:52 p.m. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are spotted sitting at a dimly lit table next to the double doors in the back center of the ballroom as Kutcher’s longtime pal Jason Goldberg (aka Soleil Moon Frye’s husband) stands over them chatting with another friend. “They look scared,” says one reveler, referring to new parents Kunis and Kutcher. Maybe they’re just missing their daughter?
7:50 p.m. Rachel Zoe leans down to chat with Rebecca Gayheart and Ellen Pompeo at the table where the two ladies are sitting as Piers Morgan and Samantha Ronson look on from the same table.
7:43 p.m. Singer Rozzie Crane takes the stage and dedicates the song she will sing to all the donors in the room. The tune? Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On."
7:24 p.m. Ellen Pompeo and her husband enter late as Laurent Lamothe, former prime minister of the Republic of Haiti, speaks about how his country has rebounded from the tragic earthquake. Pompeo's husband walks toward their table as she stands by the door still. "Come on," he says, waving his arm as she reluctantly follows, appearing as if she wants to be respectful to the speaker.
7:13 p.m. Douglas Brinkley announces that he's replacing Anderson Cooper as the emcee of the night because Anderson Cooper (who was announced as the night's capable host) is needed by CNN in France reporting on the tragic news out if Paris. Brinkley praises Penn as a "doer" and then asks his children Dylan and Hopper to stand in recognition of supporting their father in his relief efforts in Haiti. They stand, and the lights come on.
From left: Reese Witherspoon, Charlize Theron and Salma Hayek at Penn's party (AP photo)
7:11 p.m. Sean Penn is the first person seated at his table. He reaches for a bread crisp and sips on water.
7:04 p.m. How's this for two stars on the carpet at the same time? Ben Stiller and Michael Bolton.
6: 52 p.m. Salma Hayek-Pinault tells E!'s Marc Malkin that she's wearing Stella McCartney as Rebecca Gayheart taps her on the shoulder to say hello.
6:49 p.m. Penn says how grateful he is to all of his friends and co-stars for their support of his charity and his work in Haiti. And then he's asked about his New Year's resolution, to which he says, "I keep breaking it," as he motions to taking a puff off a cigarette.
6:48 p.m. Rachel Zoe tells a gaggle of journos that she's wearing her own Rachel Zoe collection dress because it's "comfortable."
6:44 p.m. Reese Witherspoon has arrived, marking the first Globes nominee to show up.
6:38 p.m. Bryan Lourd peers over toward the carpet as Sean Penn does an interview with Extra. Meanwhile, a low-key Josh Hutcherson grabs a drink at the bar and ducks away from the flashbulbs.
6:32 p.m. Penn and Charlize Theron arrive to crazy flashbulbs. They pose together for less than a minute. She leans over and gives him a kiss, then poses solo for another 20 seconds and then darts off the carpet to leave Penn to promote his event on his own.
6:30 pm. GarcelleBeauvais and Soleil Moon Frye are on the white carpet doing interviews as Kevin Nealon arrives. Event is due to start at 6:40 pm. Looks like it's going to start late. You know, it's raining in L.A., which means everything is running behind, and traffic is terrible.
BAFTA Tea at the Four Seasons Hotel:
5:30 p.m. Nightcrawler director Dan Gilroy and actress wife Renee Russo are stuck in the Four Season valet line and decide to sit it out in the lobby for 40 minutes while the line dies down.
4:35 p.m. Felicity Jones sips tea in an Erdem black tiered print dress and red heels as the room reaches crowd capacity and does not seem to thin out.
4:34 p.m. Rosamund Pike (pictured at right) arrives in an Alexander McQueen minidress and is immediately stormed by British friends.
4:30 p.m. The Affair's Dominic West, who flew in from London last night, said he was doing well with his jet lag but not with the rain. "It's like BAFTA imported it for this party straight from London," he says.
4:20 p.m. Jamie Dornan, nearly unrecognizable in full beard, is cornered by British journalists.
4:15 p.m. Marion Cotillard arrives in a different dress than what she wore to the Indie Spirit brunch, greets composer and fellow Frenchman Alexandre Desplat and quickly leaves.
4:10 p.m. Eddie Redmayne arrives with new wife Hannah Bagshawe and is overwhelmed by British friends and fans at his entourage-filled entrance.
4 p.m. Rene Russo arrives and doesn't know what she's wearing, so she asks a reporter to look at the label of her white blouse, worn with chic white trousers. Derek Lam. "Thank God you told me," she declared.
3:55 p.m. Theory of Everything star Felicity Jones holds a mimosa while chatting with director Edgar Wright at the center of the ballroom.
3:45 p.m. Fargo's Allison Tolman arrives, almost unrecognizable in makeup and curled hair. "I just moved to Hollywood from Chicago," she tells THR.
3:40 p.m. Steve Carell, Julian Fellowes, James Corden, Joanne Froggatt and The Missing's Frances O'Connor arrive.
3:30 p.m. Keira Knightley arrives with her husband, and she's looking very pregnant in a summery peach cotton long dress by Hermes.
3:24 p.m. Director Edgar Wright hasn't been to the BAFTA tea event for a couple years but says he's dropped by because many of his friends are attending this year, including Lego Movie directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord. He says he's got many friends nominated this year but "that won't sway my votes. ... I'll go with the best performances."
3:15 p.m. Kit Harington, Sarah Hyland and Jay Duplass spotted chatting.
3:05 p.m. Anna Kendrick arrives in a very spring-looking white eyelet Andrew Gn dress in the midst of the Saturday pouring rain.
Boyhood's Ellar Coltrane and Patricia Arquette at the BAFTA Tea. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
3 p.m. Whiplash star Miles Teller arrives with PR rep Sue Patricola and tells a reporter, "I'm wearing Zegna," about his sharp tobacco-colored suit. "But I will surprise you tomorrow because I don't even know what I'm wearing to the Globes myself!"
3 p.m. Teller, looking lean after shooting the boxing drama Bleed for This, says that Robert Duvall recently pulled him aside and spoke with him for an hour about how much he loved the intense drumming drama. "I just really respect the history of acting. So it's nice that these actors I admire are seeing a move I'm in," Teller says.
2:45 p.m. Boyhood's Ethan Hawke is spotted hovering over the tea selections. "Which one is best?" he asked a server. Asked how he was enjoying Globes weekend, he seemed overjoyed. "I'm digging it, man! How could you not have fun when you're here with a movie you love?"
2:30 p.m. Patricia Arquette arrives wearing Escada and begins to introduce people to young Boyhood star Ellar Coltrane, in sneakers — he was too shy to do interviews without her.
2:28 p.m. Jaeden Lieberher, the 12-year-old star of St. Vincent, joined the film's director and admitted he was "very intimidated by Bill Murray and Naomi Watts and Melissa McCarthy at first — but once we started to work together, I realized how nice they all are. This was my first movie, but I've already gotten cast in another one."
2:15 p.m. St. Vincent director Ted Melfi was one of the first to arrive. How did he explain Naomi Watts' hilarious Russian accent in the film in which she plays a Russian hooker? "Naomi was very precise about [it] — she worked with a dialect coach for months. She wanted the perfect Brooklyn Russian accent."
2014 Film Independent Filmmaker Grant and Spirit Awards Nominees Brunch at Boa Steakhouse:
1:55 p.m. Jessica Chastain is swarmed by fans when leaving Boa. Despite the rain, she stops and signs autographs on the way to her car.
1:50 p.m. Whiplash director Damien Chazelle is buzzing with energy after meeting Selma director Ava DuVernay. "I've gotten to meet people I really admire. That's the most fun part of this," he says. He adds he was surprised that he found out too late that his script would be in the adapted category for the Oscars, as he thought after the WGA placed it in original that it would be the same for the Academy. "But I'd be happy to be nominated in any category," he says with a smile.
1:38 p.m. The cast and filmmakers behind boyhood have taken over a table in the dining room, squishing into a round booth. John Sloss, IFC Films' Jonathan Sehring, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke, Richard Linklater and Ellar Coltrane sit together and have an animated conversation as the party begins to thin out.
1:31 p.m. The Lego Movie co-director Phil Lord, about to exit the brunch at Boa on his way to the BAFTA tea, says he loves the chance to chat with other people he doesn't get to see much when he's working. "The nicest thing about the whole season is you get to hang out with other filmmakers," he tells THR. He had just chatted with Whiplash helmer Damien Chazelle, and they discovered they live only a couple blocks from each other in Venice. He also tells THR that he convinced a fan who asked to take a photo with him earlier that he was Emile Hirsch.
12:15 p.m. Carmen Ejogo (Selma) enters the crowded party wearing a Tonya Taylor dress. She says she's not too worried about the rain. "My hair's not going to do so well," she says. Party-hopping between several events, she says that awards season has taught her time management. "That's the thing the whole season teaches you. How to manage your time and know when to move on to the next thing." When asked about the recent controversy around LBJ's portrayal in Selma, she says she expected the film to be tested as it gains momentum in the awards race — and that it has passed any tests. "But I do encourage anyone who sees any historical film to be inspired to then read more about it on their own," she says.
Selma's Carmen Ejogo arrives at Boa. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
W Magazine Luncheon at A.O.C.:
1:58 p.m. Lunch is served. Kim Kardashian is having the A.O.C. burger for lunch with manchego, romesco aioli and balsamic onions on buttered brioche. But no buttered brioche for her; she's eating the meat with a knife and fork and no bun.
12:58 p.m. W editor-at-large Lynn Hirschberg addresses the full terrace of stylish ladies, saying she always wanted to be an "It" girl when she moved to New York years ago. But she realized later that it doesn't matter how old you are, to be an "It" girl, you "just have to have a dream and follow it through." It's all about having an "impact."
12:55 p.m. Sarah Hyland tells THR that she is coming off a workout spree after going on a Taco Bell bender during the holidays. "I was really bad," she laughed.
12:53 p.m. Kim Kardashian walks out on the A.O.C. terrace to say hello to Gigi Hadid, who is chatting with Nicola Peltz.
12:45 p.m. Kim Kardashian says yes to a photographer's request to pose next to Allison Williams as Kim's publicist says, "You're very well-coordinated!"
Friday, Jan. 9
W Magazine Shooting Stars Exhibit, at The Wilshire May Company Building:
8:57 p.m. Jason Wu is smoking a cigarette in the parking lot near the valet and suddenly hops like a bunny three times and a woman with puffy snowball earrings laughs.
8:28 p.m. Rachel Zoe exits the party and jumps into the backseat of a waiting Tesla. Her husband, Rodger Berman, gets in the front.
8:03 p.m. Jason Wu clutches a glass of champagne in the black carpet and motions to a security guard to let Jared Eng in to the party. Only problem is the door is closed again by security because the W party is at capacity. However, Eng gets in while dozens of guests wait behind the black suede rope. "It's crazy in there, you can't even move!" says one guest after coming out the double doors of the exhibit.
7:45 p.m. When Miley Cyrus finally shows up, in a stunning white jumpsuit, she does photo ops and barely speaks to anyone except to announce "Balmain!!!!" when asked about her stark, white-hot look.
7:31 p.m. Actress Bai Ling is here, and dressed like Madonna circa 1984.
7:19 p.m. Miley Cyrus, the co-host of tonight's event, is not yet here but her publicist is checking with security to make sure that when she does arrive the place is secure.
7:18 p.m. NBC chief Robert Greenblatt is one of the first guests to arrive at the photo exhibit and stops to tell THR that he's ready for the weekend and confident that they've got a "really good team" with Golden Globes host Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
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Thursday, Jan. 8
Stefano Tonchi, Lynn Hirschberg and Andre Balazs Celebrate W's Best Performances Portfolio and Toast the Golden Globes, at the Chateau Marmont:
10:30 p.m. Best actress nominee Rosamund Pike looks cozy at a corner table in the lobby bar, ordering food with a man who looks like her husband and actor Jason Clarke. The party is still going on upstairs, though no guests are being allowed to enter because the bash is at capacity.
9:45 p.m. Near the door, Andre Balazs is there with a handshake for THR. "Thanks for coming," he says. Nice touch. In the lobby, Heather Locklear, in bright red booties and a lacy black dress, stands with three men debating whether to wait for an elevator or take the stairs.
9:42. p.m. Aziz Ansari walks onto the terrace, where Paris Hilton is now dancing while Robert Duvall shares a seat next to the fire with Miles Teller. Two near-empty wine glasses are next to a Teller, who hasn't left the legend's side in nearly 30 minutes.
Miles Teller and Eddie Redmayne. (Photo by PatrickMcMullan.com via AP Images)
9:37 p.m. Untitled manager Jason Weinberg leads nominee Eddie Redmayne to the terrace ledge to say hi to Henry Cavill and receive a big hug from Gillian Anderson, who has striking blond hair. "Blond! blond!" she tells THR about the shade.
9:20 p.m. Models do eat. Cara Delevingne pushes past Gillian Anderson to take a seat on one of the outdoor terrace leather ottomans with a giant plate of food.
8:53 p.m. W editor Stefano Tonchi chats up a glowing Jessica Chastain. Meanwhile at the same time in a terrace corner, Amy Adams and her Man of Steel co-star Henry Cavill are catching up and laughing while Adams' partner Darren Le Gallo stands next to her.
8:38 p.m. "It" model-turned-actress Cara Delevingne arrives and stands in the doorway to the terrace as Jessica Chastain and Gillian Anderson engage in a lengthy chat.
8:29 p.m. What do you do when you want to hear some Michael Jackson at a party? You ask the DJ to play it and then you jump behind the turn tables! That's exactly what Quvenzhane Wallis did. But she played the precocious Annie, so she gets away with stuff like that.
8:14 p.m. Producer Steve Tisch laughs to THR, saying though he may not have any films with Globes noms this year, he's stoked about his fresh Razzie nomination for 2014's Sex Tape. And he really wants to win!
8:01p.m. Interstellar star Mackenzie Foy, who played the young Jessica Chastain, ambushes Quvenzhane Wallis — who is seated outside with a small entourage — to introduce herself to her young acting peer. Both have Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards noms, one of the reasons she wanted to say hi. Meanwhile, Foy tells THR how excited she is to head into high school next year. But not really. She's home schooled, and wants to keep it that way.
7:55 p.m. Andre Balazs, Chateau owner and one of tonight's VIP hosts, tells THR he feels at home at the event but he won't stay that way for long. On Sunday night, he gets on a plane to London for a special Tom Ford dinner to celebrate his new line at the Chiltern Firehouse, London's hottest and most exclusive club.
7:42 p.m. Reese Witherspoon has fashion on the brain, holding court on the terrace with WWD's Marcy Medina and veteran fashion journo Derek Blasberg while her publicist stands nearby.
AUDI, held at Cecconis in West Hollywood:
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Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber at the Audi party carpet. (Photo by Omar Vega/Invision/AP)
9: 30 p.m. Liev Schreiberand Naomi Watts breeze by — "Yeah, I borrowed this from my friend who's a fit model. She gets all kinds of dresses from labels. This one's by Burning Torch."
9:08 p.m. Bad Judge's Kate Walsh seems to be enjoying the music as she shimmies away in her strapless, hologram-like dress, while enjoy a glass of champagne.