Hollywood Starlets Ponder How to Up Their Look: Add a Diamond, Lose a Top
It's that time of the year in Hollywood, when stars and starlets are in the market for some extra sparkle—the perfect moment, in other words, for an organization called the Diamond Information Center to do some outreach. At the dinner the promotional outfit threw last night at the Chateau Marmont in honor of Best Actress nominee Michelle Williams, unique pieces by Forevermark were on display in the dining room—and, more noticeably, on Debra Messing, Liz Goldwyn, and plenty of other guests.
How much precious jewelry will Williams don for the big night? "I can't say," she insisted. Before the seating, the actress and a friend, Cougar Town's Busy Philipps, bantered about the time Dita Von Teese performed wearing $5 million worth of diamonds and nothing else. "She probably gets more dates than I do," Williams said. Philipps: "She takes her top off a lot." Williams: "So do I!"
A few blocks down the Sunset Strip, Kellan Lutz, Michelle Trachtenberg, and Paris Hilton were among those competing in (or at least watching) the Hollywood Domino event at the Sunset Tower Hotel; meanwhile, at a cliff-side house in Beverly Hills, Olivier Martinez, Jason Statham, and a slew of models were toasting the first issue of a racy new magazine called Treats!. Ryan Seacrest mentioned he's been doing some last-minute prep for Sunday's red carpet. "I just finished How to Train Your Dragon, and I cried," he confided. "Well—irrigated lightly."