Red Carpet Rundown

Red Carpet Rundown covers the…Borgnine Movie Star Gala

Zoe Hewitt took to the red carpet to cover the Borgnine Movie Star Gala which brought a slew of celebrities together in one place to honor the acting legacy of Ernest (“Ernie”) Borgnine.

Take a look at what some of the actor’s close friends had to say about him:


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Red Carpet Rundown covers the…Desperate Housewives and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Fundraiser 

Zoe Hewitt covered the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s 2nd Annual Block Party on Wisteria Lane, home of the Desperate Housewives.  The wives, including Teri Hatcher, Felicity Huffman and Vanessa Williams, all made an appearance along with some of their male counterparts.

The Band from TV, put together by Hero Greg Grunberg, played well into the night.

Other celebrities on the carpet included Ariel Winter, one of the stars of Modern Family.  Plus, learn about a brand new drug that’s curing 4% of the population with Cystic Fibrosis.


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Red Carpet Rundown covers the…2012 Academy Awards Night of 100 Stars Party

Zoe Hewitt attended the Night of 100 Stars Oscar viewing party where was in a great mood; there was a lot of laughter on the red carpet where she was stationed.  Pay close attention to the interview with funny-man Ken Davitian (The Artist, Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Glorious Benefit of Kazakhstan) who invited our cameras to join him at his restaurant. We’ll be there…but will he?

Also, learn about Jason Ritter’s new pilot, County, and how it differs from other medical shows on television and the possibility of In Living Color coming back to television from Tommy Davidson!

Plus, guess which classic television show theme song Zoe sang with the series’ star!  The answer is below.

Ken Davitian:

Jason Ritter:

John Ratzenberger:

Tommy Davidson:

Maria Conchita Alonso:

David Leisure:

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Red Carpet Rundown covers the…43rd NAACP Image Awards Luncheon 

Zoe Hewitt took the Red Carpet Rundown cameras to the Beverly Hills Hotel to cover the 43rd Annual NAACP Image Awards Luncheon. Founded in 1909, the organization is the largest and oldest civil rights organization in the country. Each year it seeks to honor those who may not otherwise be recognized by mainstream media in the categories of acting, writing/directing, literature and music.

We are bringing you the full interviews with Chandra Wilson and Anika Noni Rose. So, if you want more of these fascinating (and friendly!) women, take a look (and listen) and what they had to say about their most memorable characters to date:

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