Goldie Hawn at 67: Star shines at amfAR gala in Cannes
Goldie Hawn at 67 is still bringing new meaning to the phrase “aging gracefully.”
The legendary actress turned 67 on Nov. 21 but for some reason her age seemed to shine as brightly as the sunny yellow gown she wore at a Cannes event. In a good way.
The longtime partner of actor Kurt Russell and mother of Kate Hudson wowed on the red carpet as she attend amfAR’s annual Cinema Against AIDS charity auction on Thursday at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in France during the 66th Cannes Film Festival, which concludes Sunday.
The timeless beauty, who was one of the gala’s speakers, continuously posed for photographers on the red carpet, giggling away and making pouty kiss faces as they snapped pictures of her, the Daily Mail reported. She was also photographed with designer and amfAR Chairman Kenneth Cole.
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” Kenya Moore has apparently rocked that same neon gown in the past, E!'s “Fashion Police” points out, but we’re on the “Goldie wore it better” camp.
Hawn revealed some of her age-defying secrets on “Dr. Oz” early last year.
The gala reportedly raised an estimated $26 million for AIDS research, according to the Associated Press. Among the big-ticket items up for auction at the event was a trip to space on Richard Branson’s spaceship with a plum seating assignment next to Gatsby himself, Leonardo DiCaprio.
The event was hosted by Sharon Stone and included DiCaprio, Jessica Chastain, Janet Jackson, Milla Jovovich and Hawn sitting side by side as guests.
Models Heidi Klum, Karlie Kloss, Karolina Kurkova, actors Christoph Waltz, Adrien Brody, Nicole Kidman, Stacy Keibler, Dylan McDermott, Audrey Tautou, Rosario Dawson, Kat Graham, singer Janet Jackson, Paris Hilton and producer Harvey Weinstein were among some of the attendees.
Singer Shirley Bassey and Duran Duran also performed.
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