Stars See Red For Heart Disease Charity
INSIDE EDITION reports from the red carpet at the annual Red Dress charity event where stars gather to raise awareness for heart disease.
A brigade of famous faces looked red hot, strutting the runway in striking shades of crimson, scarlet and maroon at the Annual Red Dress Fashion Show to raise awareness about heart disease.
Out on the red carpet a gorgeous Denise Richards clearly loved her chiffon gown, and warmly greeted Dancing with the Star's Julianne Hough.
"I love this dress, I think it's a wonderful shade of red, and it's very feminine and flowy," says Richards.
INSIDE EDITION caught up with a few other lovely ladies in their red dresses.
Audrina Patridge wore a Bragdley Mishka dress and said, "I'm obsessed with this dress. I love it."
"I've been told I resemble Jessica Rabbit, that's what I'm going for," said Taraji P. Henson.
INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent caught up with Suzanne Somers, who opened up about some unflattering photos that surfaced online. They were sparking reports that she had controversial stem cell facelift.
Trent asks, "People were saying you had face work done?"
"Look at me, don't I look like a normal person? Feel my lips, natural real. I don't know, I think they doctored the pictures," says Somers.
Music legend Patti Labelle rushed to the defense of Christina Aguilera after that botched Star Spangled Banner at the Super Bowl.
"Christina went through something there. That's one of the best singers in the world, for her to mess up a lyric, don't hold it against her," says Labelle.
NBC's Anne Curry and Oprah's best friend Gayle King went red for reasons very close to their hearts.
"My dad suffered from heart disease and it was really scary," says Curry.
"My dad died at 47 from a heart attack and my mom at 61. The heart history is really bad in my family and you get to wear a gorgeous dress and walk down a runway it's a great night," says King.
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