Photos Of Panels Below:
Melissa Joan Hart ”The Watcher in the Woods” & Keanu Reeves ”Replicas”.
The Elton John AIDS Foundation marked its 25th anniversary with a gala event at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The event was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris and featured tributes by President Bill Clinton, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, Sharon Stone, and musical performances by Aretha Franklin, violinist Joshua Bell, and Broadway’s “The Lion King” featuring Heather Headley.
EJAF is a dynamic non-profit organization whose mission is to end the AIDS epidemic by ensuring everyone has the information and means to prevent infection and all people living with HIV have access to high-quality medical care and treatment. We believe AIDS can be beaten, so we raise funds for evidence-based programs and policies, and speak out with honesty and compassion about the realities of people’s lives.
In Photos: Elton John & David Furnish, Sheryl Crow, Alec and Hilaria Baldwin, Susan Lucci, Valentino, Diane Lane, Billy Joel & Wife, Alex Roderick Joel, Glenn Close, Sting & Trudie Styler, Keke Palmer & Ethan Hawke.
Tribeca TV Festival entered its inaugural year. It brought television’s most anticipated show’s under one roof.
Held at New York City’s own Cinépolis Chelsea theater, AT&T collaborated with the Tribeca organization to make it all possible.
Oprah, Trevor Noah, Louis C.K., Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Bacon, Ben McKenzie, Amy Sedaris, Maggie Q, Samira Wiley, Michael Strahan, Andy Cohen, and the cast of Will & Grace were among Hollywood’s biggest names in attendance for the weekend long event.
The stars fled to the Big Apple to discuss their upcoming projects, giving the world a sneak peak into the show’s before they make it to air later this fall.
Photos: Kyra Sedgwick and Kevin Bacon attend the Tribeca TV Festival series premiere of Ten Days in the Valley at Cinepolis Chelsea