Celebs got in their Halloween costumes for Seth and Lauren Rogen's 5th annual Hilarity for Charity at Hollywood Palladium. The comedy night raised money for Alzheimer's awareness, and as the stars walked in they shared a few laughs with Circa's Stephanie Abrams, remembering dress up disasters.
The night of comedy netted the charity $1.6 million. Some of that came from a moment when the musical headliner, Snoop Dogg, took out this personally hand-rolled blunt and auctioned it off.
I have three siblings and we tell super inappropriate jokes about what our mom's going through just to keep ourselves level.
This is a personal struggle for the Rogens. They started the charity in 2012 after dealing with the early onset diagnosis of Lauren Rogen's mother. Many of the other celebrities who came to support the cause also are in the throws of a family member suffering from Alzheimer's and say humor helps in these tough times.
Of all the celebs dressed to impress, our favorite was Thomas Ian Nicholas, in his "Rookie of the Year" uniform. "If Daniel Stern can re-enact his character for a viral video on Facebook, I can come as myself for charity," said Nicholas.
The star-filled event also included Maria Shriver, comedian James Corden, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt who showed off his vocal skills, Courtney Love who sang "Time Warp," and many more.
The Hilarity for Charity Fund was established as part of the Alzeheimer's Association to directly help families struggling with Alzheimer's care, increase support groups, and to fund cutting edge research. If you want to help or learn more visit alz.org.
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