Clarins and FEED teamed up and will be hosting the first ever Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED to benefit the FEED Foundation. Whew, what a mouthful!
The concert will be on Wednesday, May 30th and it will celebrate FEED's 5th anniversary.
FEED is a non-profit who provides nutritious meals for school children through the United Nations World Food Program in 74 different countries. Which is amazing because
Celebrities came out to support the World Series of Boxing benefit "Knockout Autism at Hollywood Fight Night with Jenny McCarthy" at the Avalon last night.
Along with Jenny hosting the event, Karina Smirnoff, Julie Benz, Natasha Bedingfield, and Omar Benson sat ringside watching the Los Angeles Matadors throw punches at the Memphis Force.
A portion of ticket costs went to the non-profit Generation Rescue, an organization comprised of parent-volunteers focused on biomedical treatment for autism.
Who are the Matadors? El Lay's very own team comprised of the very best in amateur boxing competing in the international World Series of Boxing.
The global sports league has 12 teams throughout North America, Asia, and Europe. Individual champions from this league will earn an automatic berth for their country into the 2012 Olympic Games!
If you're interested in checking out the action, click here for more details!
Check out more pics of the celebrity spectators enjoying the event below!
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British pop star Natasha Bedingfield took to the ice at London's Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park where she displayed her skating skills.
Maybe this and other outdoor activities is how the singer keeps her fab form!
Hitting the gym definitely helps, but keeping an active lifestyle and engaging in activities like hiking, swimming, or ice skating during the winter months are a great way to stay in shape.
Check out more pics of Natasha on the ice!
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