Tony and Eva Longoria Parker Rally For Cancer!

There sure are a lot of weird events going on in Hollywood but at least this one was for charity! The 'Rally for Kids with Cancer' Kick-Off Party was held at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles yesterday and there to show their support were stars like Gene Simmons and Tony and Eva Longoria Parker! Tony and Eva looked especially cute, hugging on the Red Carpet but Bai Ling still managed to steal their thunder by posing provocatively by the Kiss car!
Gene Simmons Shannon Tweed Rally for Kids with Cancer
Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed
Eva Longoria Parker Rally for Kids with Cancer
Natasha Alam Rally for Kids with Cancer
Natasha Alam
Tony Parker Eva Longoria Parker Rally for Kids with Cancer
Source: WENN.com
Published Oct 24 2010 2:14 PM
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