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Regard Magazine Pre-ESPY Party in Bel Air

BEL AIR, California  (JULY 17th, 2018) — The Hollywood Press Corps attended Regard Magazine’s Pre-ESPY Experience 2018, a celebrity filled party in Bel Air, California.  Dimitry Loiseau’s Regard Magazine along with Grand Marnier, Lyft and Soul Restaurant sponsored a sun filled afternoon of luxury cars, sports stars and delicous handcrafted cocktails. This event was held in celebration of The ESPY’S hosted by CJ  Lana Perry, the cover celebrity of this month’s annual sports edition of Regard Magazine.  Event host CJ Lana Perry is a WWE Diva on E’s WWE Diva show.  She walked the red carpet and posed for photos with guests and VIPs.

CJ Lana Perry (L) and rockstar Rachel Lorin (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
CJ Lana Perry (C) with Antoine Holmes (L) and Spencer Holmes (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Event host CJ Lana Perry (L) with UFC Ring Girl of the year Arianny Celeste (C) and Gretchen Rossi (R) of RHOC (Real Housewives of Orange County)
Byron Chamberlain and Model. Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air.  Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Pro Bowler and former Denver Bronco Byron Chamberlain looked stylish on the step and repeat. Byron is a former American football tight end in the NFL, who played with the Denver Broncos, the Minnesota Vikings, and the Washington Redskins. Byron won back-to-back Super Bowl Championships as a member of the Denver Broncos (Super Bowls XXXII & XXXIII). Byron and actor Steve Cederquist co-host a show for Rio Vista Universal called The Front Lines.  We asked Steve Cederquist about the HGTV reality show “Flip or Flop”.  He was happy to talk about his love for flipping properties and remodeling homes.  Steve shared that he also just appeared in the short film “REASON”(2018) directed by Graeme Finlayson.

Dimitry Loiseau (L), Owner of Regard Magazine, and guest. PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Lisa Morton Woodard (L) Publicist, Kimi Applegate (C), Owner of Beverly Hills Magazine, and  Rachel Lorin (R), Rock Singer at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
John Baskin (L),  providing the Mercedes Benz Maybachs, and  Rick Egusquiza (R), Editor of In Touch Weekly and Life and Style Magazine at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Antoine and Spencer Holmes, Twin Actors /Screenwriters at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air.  Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Bai Ling, Actress at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

This event was at an incredible location at the top of Sepulveda Pass. The upscale home of Kimi Applegate, owner of Beverly Hills Magazine, featured a swimming pool and two separate putting greens. John Beskin of Mercedes Benz provided three luxury model Maybach’s on the front lawn. Actress Bai Ling posed for photos in front of the stunning cars with VIPs.  Former pro basketball player turned designer and actor, Jason Faulknor, walked the red carpet.   Dr. Sam Nguyen was on hand with her husband Chris Luong. Dr. Nguyen is a Ms National Woman of Achievement recipient. She was awarded a Lifetime Presidential Award from President Obama in 2015.  Antoine and Spencer Holmes (Transformers)  caused double vision in identical outfits and Justin Peck, Lucas Oil Off Road Champion graced us with his presence.

Spencer Holmes (L), Jerome Dawley (C), and Antoine Holmes (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Justin Peck (L),  Lucas Oil Off Road Champion, with guest at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Lisa Morton Woodard (L) and Mia St. John (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Rachel Lorin cooling off at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Mia St. John, 5 Time World Boxing Champion and Playboy Covergirl at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

 

Lucas Oil Off-Road Driver & Mental Health Advocate, Justin Peck (L) and Publicist, Stacey Barker (R). Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Lisa Morton Woodard, Publicist, at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

 

World Champion Boxer Mia Saint John was shadow boxing as she posed for photos on the red carpet. Mia has a foundation where she helps the homeless. She is currently working on a documentary film. Check out Mia’s Foundation website here: Mia Saint John Foundation. Rachel Lorin looked fabulous on the step and repeat. Rachel debuted on the Billboard ROCK charts and is working on a new album to be released next year. She was featured on Oxygen/E Networks show “Next Big Thing.” Follow Rachel Lorin on Instagram here.

Rapper, Too $hort (L) and model at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

 

Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Tetona Jackson, Actress (L), and Choice Skinner, Actor (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

The celebrities and VIPs moved from the red carpet to the back yard where guests were treated to gifts from the many sponsors. Rapper Too$hort and Boxer “Ice Man” Joey Davis were among the crowd.  The gazebo by the pool was full of VIPs that were relaxing in the shade.

Joey Davis, IceMan aka Black Ice (L),  Dimitry Loiseau (C), and Big Joey (R) at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air.  Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Bottled water from Sobaba was gifted to the thirsty party goers. Working together with local food banks, Sobaba’s mission is to make childhood hunger a thing of the past.  When you buy a bottle, a meal is donated.  Jen Oloo’s Yahooty Who? Puppets were at the party and posing for Insta photos. The Yahooty Who? project kickstarts an animated feature based on her Puppets.

Regard Magazine Senior Publicist Kelly K (L) with Trap Recording Artist Chef Sean (R)
Dustin Brown, Editor of HollywoodPressCorps, surrounded by models at Regard Magazine’s PreESPY Experience in Bel Air. Photograph by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

By the end of the afternoon, guests that were leaving the event were treated to complimentary luxury level rides on Lyft and giftbags featuring puppets by Yahooty Who?, iPhone charging cables by Cords of Steel and other unique gifts, given out as thoughtful momentos of the afternoon.

Dustin Brown

Dustin Brown

I am the Senior Editor at HollywoodPressCorps.com.

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Light Up The Blues 2018 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood

(Hollywood Press Corps) — Friday, April 20, 2018 —The 5th Annual Light Up The Blues – Autism Speaks 2018 was hosted by Kristen and Stephen Stills. Producers, directors, musicians, actors and comedians came out for the cause. When MC Jack Black was asked by Yours Truly on the blue carpet, “Show me Sexy,”  Jack Black obligingly posed (see below – haha!)  Autism Speaks Board Member, Chuck Saftler was on the blue carpet with his wife, as well as Paula Salvatore, Capitol Records Vice President with her date.   The Stills Family and The  Producers of Autism Speaks, Anthony Young Evip, Raoul Mongilardi, and Brandon Cohen, also made their appearances on the blue carpet.  Christina Applegate, Amy Brenneman, Kim Raver, and the always funny Sarah Silverman were also present to lend their support. Christopher Bollenback, owner of Bottega Louie, John Asher, and Michael Frondelli also showed their support on the blue carpet.

Stephen Stills on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chris Stills (L), Kristen Stills (C), and Stephen Stills (R) on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
The Stills Family on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chris Stills on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chris Stills on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Producers of Autism Speaks, Raoul Mongilardi (L) and Anthony Young Evip (R) on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Producers of Autism Speaks, Anthony Young Evip (L), Raoul Mongilardi (C), and Brandon Cohen (R) on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
“I want Sexy!” Jack Black on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
“I want Sexy!” Jack Black on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
“I want Sexy!” Black on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
“I want Sexy!” Jack Black on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Christina Applegate on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Amy Brenneman on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Suzan Postel on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
CC White on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Sheryl Crow on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Comedian Sarah Silverman on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Judy Collins on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Kim Raver on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Amanda Anderson, Spectrum Artist, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Tyler Kilmer, Spectrum Artist, Trumpet, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Tyler Kilmer, Spectrum Artist, Trumpet, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Spectrum artist Amanda Anderson walked the blue carpet and gave an amazing operatic performance later on the main stage.  Tyler Kilmer came with his loving Mom and a large fan base. He posed for pictures on the blue carpet then played a soulful jazz trumpet number.  Soulshocka  posed for photos on the blue carpet with his trademark dark sunglasses. His performance on stage was striking and powerful, rapping about the challenges on being on the autism spectrum.

Soulshocka, Spectrum Artist, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chuck Saftler (R), Autism Speaks Board Member and wife, Colleen, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chuck Saftler (R), Autism Speaks Board Member and wife, Colleen, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Adrienne Frantz (L), Rochelle Savory (C), and Vicki Frantz (R) on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Adrienne Frantz (L), Rochelle Savory (R) on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Director John Asher on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Director, John Asher (L), and Julian Feder (R) on the Blue Carpet Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Julian Feder on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

At one point in the evening, Jack Black auctioned of three Gretch guitars that were signed by the evenings celebrities. Each guitar went for $25,000.00, with Jack Black matching their bids for a total of $100,000 –  the proceeds going to Autism Speaks.

Christopher Bollenback, Owner of Bottega Louie, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Chris Stills (L) and Michael Frondelli (R), on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Christopher Bollenback (R), Owner of Bottega Louie, and guest, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Paula Salvatore, Capitol Records Vice President (L) and guest, on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Michael Jensen, of Jensen Communications, Inc. on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Michael Frondelli (L), and guest on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Michael Frondelli (L), and guests on the Blue Carpet at Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Stephen Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Jack Black and Chris Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Jack Black and Chris Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Amanda Anderson, Spectrum Artist, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Tyler Kilmer, Spectrum Artist, Trumpet, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Burt Bacharach and Sheryl Crow, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Belmont Tench and Beck, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Beck, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young, Patti Smith, and Chris Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young and Patti Smith, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young and Patti Smith, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Mike Campbell, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Neil Young, Patti Smith, and Chris Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Stephen Stills and Mike Campbell, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Stephen Stills, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Burt Bacharach, Judy Collins, and Steve Ferrone, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Burt Bacharach, Judy Collins, Steve Ferrone, and Sheryl Crow, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Burt Bacharach, Judy Collins, Steve Ferrone, and Sheryl Crow, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Burt Bacharach, Judy Collins, Stephen Stills, Steve Ferrone, and Sheryl Crow, Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
Light Up The Blues ~ Autism Speaks at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Photo by Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Stephen Stills performing with Neil Young, with the Heartbreakers as the backing band was powerful, to say the least.  A few of the Buffalo Springfield songs they jammed to were “Long May You Run”, “For What It’s Worth” and “Mr. Soul.” This concert was amazing in its lineup and the performances.  The backup band was comprised of Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers – Belmont Tench (keyboards), Mike Campbell (guitar) and Steve Ferrone (drums). The night went on with performances by Judy Collins, Patti Smith, Burt Bacharach, Sheryl Crow, Beck, Chris Stills and Oliver Stills. In addition to this amazing musical line up, comedian Jack Black was the MC for the evening, performing his version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” (haha!)

Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, refers to a broad range of conditions like challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. Research has shown that there is not one autism but many subtypes. Each person with autism can have unique strengths and challenges. Most are caused by a combination of genetic and environmental influences, and many are accompanied by medical issues like seizures, sleep disturbances and gastrointestinal disorders. The CDC estimates that 1 in 68 children are in the autism spectrum.

Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions across the spectrum for the needs of the individual with autism and their families. They do this through advocacy and support. Autism Speaks seeks to increase understanding and acceptance of people with autism. They raise money to fund research into the causes of autism. They also seek to provide better interventions for autism spectrum disorder.

Check out the website for Autism Speaks here.

Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Marie Gregorio-Oviedo

Marie is a professional photographer and shoots for the Hollywood Press Corps

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