Monday, 27 September 2010

Sparkling Kelly Osbourne is the belle of the ball at PETA dinner... but bleary-eyed Pamela Anderson is the dog's dinner


Belle of the ball: Kelly Osbourne and Pamela Anderson at PETA's 30th Anniversary Gala and Awards

Posing for pictures alongside a perfectly poised Kelly Osbourne did Pamela Anderson absolutely no favours last night.

The pair were photographed together at PETA's 30th Anniversary Gala and Humanitarian Awards.

Looking immaculate in a cutaway draped metallic silver dress, newly-svelte Kelly's glamorous look only served to highlight where a bleary-eyed Pamela was falling short.

Fab and drab: Kelly wowed while Pam disappointed at the annual event for the animal lovers charity

Kelly, 25, teamed her outfit with black platform heels, wearing her hair swept up in a chic side do, and looked the epitome of elegance.

Pamela Anderson on the other hand looked a lot less polished, wearing a loose-fitting and unflattering coral pink dress with clashing red shoes.

The 43-year-old Baywatch actress looked unkempt with messy hair and trashy-looking make-up.

She also wore sunglasses while on the red carpet at the event, held at the Palladium Theater, despite the fact it was dark outside, and looked sloppy as she posed for pictures with the a serene Kelly.

Stunning: Lea Michele won a humanitarian award at the event

The annual even was this year hosted by 30 Rock actor Alec Baldwin and celebrated the charities 30th year in business.

The animal-loving organisation marked the occasion with a luxurious dinner and awards ceremony which honoured high profile individuals and their charitable achievements.

Winners included director Eli Roth, actresses Olivia Munn, Anjelica Huston, Lea Michele, Eva Mendes and Joanna Krupa, rocker Dave Navarro and actor Kellan Lutz.

Also at the event was Sophia Bush, Jenna Dewan, Abbie Cornish and Cheryl Hines while Joaquin Phoenix and Casey Affleck also turned up for the festivities.

Other winners: Eva Mendes and Anjelica Huston both wore red to pick up their humanitarian awards

source: dailymail [endtext]

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