Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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We truly admire celebs that physically challenge themselves!
On Sunday, a bunch of stars joined their fellow New Yorkers for the one of the Big Apple's most famous events: the New York City marathon.
Celebs like Teri Hatcher, tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki, and
The paps recently hunted down Teri Hatcher as she was out and about, enjoying nature.
She and a girlfriend were out hiking up Mullholland Drive.
The Desperate Housewives star looked anything but
Reality, film, and television stars came out to support funding a cure for lupus, a chronic autoimmune disorder affecting 1.5 million Americans, at the 11th Annual Lupus LA Orange Ball on Thursday evening.
Terri Hatcher posed with former Bachelor Bob Guiney and actor Scott Grimes.
Sharon Stone, Fred Willard, and Paula Abdul also posed for pics on the red carpet at the charity event.
During the gala, Paula received the prestigious Loop Award, given to an artist who committed to raising awareness for the disease with the Lupus LA foundation.
Congrats on the award and thank you for giving back to those in your community that need it most, Paula!
Check out more pics of the celebrities that came out to support a great cause below!
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This ain’t your neighbor’s yard sale!
Teri Hatcher hosted a giant yard sale to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Rockstar Education.
The event was held at Tiato Garden in Santa Monica, and on sale were a number of new and gently used celebrity owned items (designer bags, clothes, etc) as well as a number of vendors and brands selling their back stock.
Such an awesome idea to raise money!
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"I've been struggling with this thing called frozen shoulder, which is a real condition which women get. It's basically left me pretty much not functioning with my left arm… I can't hook a bra anymore."
Ugh, this is sad. Teri says it’s extremely painful and has to be treated with cortisone shots.
"I'm not asking for sympathy or anything, it could be much worse, but when you take away something like being able to pick up a bag… I really can't wait ’til it's gone so I can just exercise like crazy again, because I sort of miss it."
Even though she’s struggling with her own pain, Teri is working on a new charity movement called, The Bread Art Project, which aims to help children going hungry in the US.
Stay strong, Teri! You’ll make it through!
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