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But we’re not talking actual stars — we mean all the Hollywood stars who showed up to support the Duke’s nobel cause!
Margot Robbie was one prime example of the jaw-dropping beauty the celebrity crowd brought to the event. The Wolf Of Wall Street actress slipped into a slinky silver Ralph Lauren gown that draped flatteringly over her frame, but it was really her entrancing smokey eyes that pulled the whole look together!
Paired with her dark hair, the heavy liner really makes her eyes pop, don’t U agree??
Delicate chandelier earrings, a gray clutch, and deep plumb nails completed her gorgeous ensem.
[Image via AP Images.]
Hugh Jackman may be one of the healthiest looking people on the planet but he's still at risk for cancer, as is everyone.
We previously mentioned that
Wolverine Hugh had to battle his greatest foe yet for a SECOND time: skin cancer! The revenge!
While at the New York premiere for his newest movie, X-Men: Days of Future Past, he sported a bandage on his face and spoke about his cancer.
Asked how his face was doing, he replied, laughing his adorable laugh:
Megan Sugg, a high school senior, graduated about a month early from Glen Burnie High School in Maryland.
It was a bittersweet occasion because the whole event went down with the normal pomp and circumstance, like robes and flowers and speeches, but the big difference was the whole ceremony took place at the bedside of Megan's dying mother, Darlene Sugg.
Darlene had been battling cancer for four years and was in hospice, living out her last moments with her family after her condition went downhill.
Well if there ever was a stage to announce something like that, this was a great one!
Jessie J was helping raise money at the Delete Bone Cancer Gala in New York by performing for all of the attendees!
But then, before singing her song Who You Are the 26-year-old singer announced that she wrote the song after she had a minor stroke!
Eeeps! So scary!
These skin cancer cells keep trying to kick Hugh Jackman’s ass but he keeps fighting back!
The Wolverine actor, now 45, had a basel cell carcinoma removed from his nose on Thursday, the second time in 6 months that he’s had this done!
He posted a pic of himself post-treatment on Instagram with a bandage covering up where doctors had just cut out the BCC.
We wonder if they used adamantium steel to slice that sucker off!
Hugh had a thank you and an important message to go along with his photo though. He captioned the above shot:
Do Dogs Visiting Hospitals Help Kids With Cancer?? A New Study Is Set To Find Out Just How Valuable These 4-Legged Friends Are!
For kids battling cancer, sometimes the best medicine isn’t a drug, it’s a dog!
Therapy animals have been making the rounds at children’s hospitals for years and those who have come in contact with the loving, loyal dogs swear by the positive effects they have on the young patients who meet them.
But never before has a clinical study been started that would prove once and for all the power these pups have on the kids who spend time with them!