Lots of prestigious ladies were on hand at the recent Les Girls 19, but none more worthy than Cindy Harrell-Horn, who serves on the board of the Sundance Institute and is Founding Member of Heal the Bay and the Archer School for Girls. Cindy is also an avid supporter of environmental causes and is dedicated to ending breast cancer. Nancy Pelosi and Julia Louis Dreyfus were among those congratulating this iconic lady.
Another fab female who was featured in their show was the indomitable Carol King, who entertained with a medley of her famed hits, including: A Natural Woman, It’s Too Late and You’ve Got a Friend. Sorry, we missed the opening of the new show “Beautiful” which is based on Carol’s life. Heard it was fantastic. The musical just closed on Broadway on Oct. 27 – Be certain to catch it when it comes to L.A.
Other participants in the star-studded show included actress Lea Thompson (“Back to the Future”) warbling You Don’t’ Own Me, and actors Eric Mc Cormack (“Willand Grace”) and Steven Weber, performing “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers Anymore”.
Loved the sexy Les Girls Dancers and Juan Pablo Pace whose comedy number shook the house with “More”.
Kudos to Cody Carolin and Cassidy Horn who hosted the evening as a tribute to their exceptional mother, and all the talented participants who danced and sang their hearts out for the cause. These celebrated stars donated their time and talent to help the dream of the National Coalition Fund — To eradicate cancer by 2020. Let’s all pray their deadline is met. What a great year Les Girls will celebrate at that time!