Adorable Jennifer Love Hewitt posed prettily for the scads of paparazzi at the Tourette Syndrome Champion of Children Awards. Looking very much like Audrey Hepburn, who she portrayed in the ABC Original movie, Jennifer is riding high on the success of her hit TV series Ghost Whisperer. Jennifer has become a fashion icon to the spirit world, the way Sarah Jessica Parker was to Sex And The City. She loves vintage clothes and owns a collection of 1940 slips which she wears as dresses, with matching combat boots.
|Jennifer Love Hewitt, Richard Lewis|
and Sally Kellerman at T.S. Awards
Does she really have psychic ability? In researching her role, she sat with medium James Van Praagh, who is a producer on the show, and believes she made contact with her friend Alan, who died when she was 12. She was escorted by her best friend, her Mom, Pat. No handsome date in sight. But we know she recently celebrated her 26th birthday in Las Vegas at the Palms, with actor Ross MCall. (Band of Brothers, The Polar Express).
|Jenna Elfman presenting ACE Edit Award|
to Stuart Bass (Arrested Development)
Crash (edited by Hughes Winborne) and Walk The Line (edited by Michael McCusker) took top film honors at the 56th annual ACE Eddie Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Television winners included Arrested Development, Lost, and Deadwood. Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm) was an enthusiastic master of ceremonies, and among the celebrity presenters were Adam Goldberg and Jenna Elfman.
Ron Howard received the ACE Golden Eddie Filmmaker of the Year Award from his long time collaborator Brian Grazer. The audience of over l000 was treated to a live performance of the Oscar nominated theme song from Crash, performed by singer-songwriter Bird York (who will also be performing at the Academy Awards on March 5th).
|Adam Goldberg presenting ACE Edit Award|
to Michael McCusker (Walk the Line)
Another event of interest was Donna Spangler’s book signing for How To Get A Rich Man at Borders Books in Westwood. Some of the many celebs and VIP’s in attendance included playboy model and Sci Fi actress Julie Strain, Terry Moore, Oscar nominee and former wife of Howard Hughes (talk about getting a rich man) and Dr. Susan Stafford, original wheel turner on Wheel of Fortune ,and former wife of NBC executive Dick Ebersol. As if these ladies need this advice! Being young, rich and beautiful yourself doesn’t hurt…but as Donna Says, “regardless of your age, or what you look like, she can help you attain your goal.” So my single friends, run, don’t walk to you nearest book store and purchase the hottest book on the Hollywood Beat.