Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde to sell Golden Globes dress to raise funds for Haiti


Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde is auctioning off the Gucci gown she wore to the Golden Globes on Sunday. The 'House' actress has vowed to sell the elaborate frock she wore at last night's prestigious awards ceremony to raise funds to help the aftermath of last week's disastrous earthquake in Haiti.

She told UsMagazine.com: "I am gutted by this catastrophe." However, Olivia is not the only celebrity to draw attention to her designer frock at the star-studded event. Chloe Sevigny looked stunning in her ruffled, sleeveless Valentino gown - until it ripped on stage.

The 'Big Love' beauty was about to accept her prize as the Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries of Motion Picture Made for Television when a presenter accidently stepped on the train, and caused it to rip dramatically. The 35-year-old star screamed as she heard the material tear.

She exclaimed: "I can't believe you just ripped my dress!" Olivia and Chloe were not the only actresses looking stunning last night. 'Precious' actress Mariah Carey flashed flesh with her plunging Herve Leger by Maz Azaria gown while Jennifer Aniston showed off her thighs in a sexy Valentino number. However Cher - who also opted for a little black dress - struggled to impress with her laced-up gothic gown.


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