Health World News Report

Bobbie Stone of Hollywood Byline.com brings Entertainment World News an insider's report from Hollywood.


Hollywood parties are more than stars, music and frolic, when there's a good cause the stars come out to support it. Sure, a good time was had by all at the Race to Erase MS party complete with a 1960's theme, but the purpose was to raise money and that they did, a whopping $2.5 million dollars for the Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis.

Many of the guests were attired in 60's fashion, one of the best ones was the outfit worn by designer Tommy Hilfiger. He wore a red outfit with bell bottom pants so I asked him if the outfit is vintage or available in the stores and he said it is in the stores.

Designer Tommy Hilfiger, Nancy Davis

Tommy created a magical "Peace and Love to Erase MS" themed fashion show with celebrity models that included Cheryl Ladd, Jaclyn Smith and Montel Williams. Sela Ward & Jay Mohr hosted the evening and were joined by Tom Arnold, and Bill Maher who were the celebrity auctioneers for the incredible live auction. Smokey Robinson, Donna Summer, Don Henley and Stevie Nicks performed

Don Hanley, Stevie Nicks

Some of the other stars at the party were Sylvester Stallone, Dustin Hoffman, Jeff Bridges, Tia Carrere (Relic Hunter), Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond), Brooke Shields, Molly Sims, TV producer Aaron Spelling, Tony Danza (Family Law, Taxi), Shannon Doherty (Charmed, 90210), Michael Clarke Duncan (Scorpion King, The Green Mile), David Hasselhoff (Baywatch), Harry Hamlin (LA Law), Lisa Kudrow (Friends), Angela Bassett (Waiting to Exhale), Traci Bingham (Baywatch), Jacqueline Bisset, author Jackie Collins, David Faustino (Married with Children), Brent Spiner (Star Trek), Paul Stanley (KISS), Tara Reid (American Pie), Teri Garr, Melissa Joan Hart, and supermodel Cheryl Tiegs.

Tom Arnold

Smokey Robinson, Donna Summer

Photo Credits: Silvia Mautner

The Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple Sclerosis is dedicated to the treatment and ultimate cure of MS. Funding research is the core focus of the Foundation and significant strides have been made to find the cause and the cure of this devastating disease. All funds raised support "The Nancy Davis Center Without Walls", a unique collaboration of the world's leading MS research scientists representing UC San Francisco, Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital, Yale, The Cleveland Clinic, Oregon Health Science University and University of Southern California. For additional information on the Nancy Davis Center Without Walls contact (310) 440-4842.

Sela Ward


Jay Mohr


Angela Bassett


John Levitz