The scene was a veritable Hue’s Who of A-list celebrities at last night’s 10th anniversary Boston Hot Pink Party, the annual benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Held at the Seaport World Trade Center, the soiree welcomed foundation supporters clad in rosy ensembles.
Actor and entrepreneur Andrew Shue (yep, the hunk from “Melrose Place”) and his wife, ABC News and ‘Good Morning America’ anchor and breast cancer survivor Amy Robach, were both honored by the org.
The crowning touch, of course, was a visit from “The Royals” queen bee, Elizabeth Hurley, who was lauded for her work as a foundation ambassador.
“Tonight’s an unbelievably important night because Boston has been so supportive of us at Breast Cancer Research Foundation,” said Hurley, whose grandmother died of breast cancer.
“I think it makes people feel very good that the money raised in Boston, stays in Boston,” she added.
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