Audrina Patridge attended the launch of XBox 360's "Halo Reach" in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday night (September 8). Held at the Rob Dyrdek Fantasy Factory, Drina joined up with "Dancing with the Stars" partner Tony Dovolani in hitting up the star-studded gamer function. Tweeting to her million plus followers during the evening, Audrina excitedly wrote, "On my way to the halo event!!!" Finally calling it quits, Audrina ended the night at 3:30AM, tweeting, "Alrighty time for bed!! My legs/feet r killing me...
credit - Gossip center, zimbio, Superior Pics Thanks for the heads up Katie! ~Kelli at Hills Freak
Kristin Cavallari was spotted hitting up a grocery store in West Hollywood yesterday afternoon (September 8). KCav looked cute and casual as she strolled out of Gelsons supermarket to find a few shutterbugs waiting for her. In related news, Kristin’s mother was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol last month while Ms. Cavallari (who also had been drinking) was a passenger in the car. TMZ reports that Judith Spies hit a DUI checkpoint in Barrington, Illinois and was detained after failing sobriety tests. Meanwhile, Kristin took off to a nearby Subway restaurant during the debacle.
Click here to read the entire article over at TMZ credit - Gossip Center, thanks for the heads up X02! ~Kelli at Hills Freak
Olivia Palermo says the best piece of fashion advice she's ever had came from fashion legend Diane von Furstenberg. The designer told Palermo "just to have fun with it all," - a tip Palermo has taken heed of. "I play around with different styles," she tells Tatler magazine. "I don't think I can wear the clothes I wore when I was 20, now that I'm 24." The socialite/actress, who cites Matthew Williamson and Benjamin Channing as her labels of choice, refuses to let her critics concern her. "People are always looking for the negative and not focusing on the positive," she says. "In New York people can be too accepting too quickly. In London, people are slower to accept you, but once they do, you can have deeper relationships." Palermo has big, fashion-orientated plans for the future. "I want to act, model - try it all," she says. "Designing a collection will come in time."
Audrina blogged: Hi everyone! October’s right around the corner, and as many of you know, it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This cause is close to my heart, because friends and family have been personally affected by this disease. I want to make sure women of all ages are aware – which is why I’m excited to be teaming up with Yoplait and the Know Your Girls program this fall. We’re asking young women to pledge to know what’s normal for them, become more aware of risk factors, and encourage their friends to take an active role in their breast health and the effort to find a cure. While it accounts for a small percentage of all breast cancer cases, young women CAN and DO get diagnosed. In fact, thousands of young women will be diagnosed with the disease during this next year. The reality is that as young women, many of us don’t even realize we’re at risk and don’t know what to look for. That’s why this pledge is so important. You can take the pledge at http://www.facebook.com/YoplaitPledge – I’ve done it, and I encourage you to do the same! And, this is exciting – did you check out the photo of me in the Know Your Girls baby t-shirt? You can get your very own t-shirt here ! They cost only $20, and for every shirt sold, $10 will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®.” One last note, part of taking the pledge is also committing to support the cause, and I love that Yoplait makes this so easy through programs like Know Your Girls and Save Lids to Save Lives. You’ve probably seen the pink lids on Yoplait yogurt cups in your grocery store. Well, Yoplait will donate 10 cents to Susan G. Komen for the Cure for every lid received by the end of the year, up to $1.6 million with a guaranteed minimum donation of $500,000. So, send in those lids! xoxo Audrina