Renee Zellweger, a Vision of Elegance on the Red Carpet

Published December 3rd, 2017 - 11:47 GMT
Zellweger had her long blonde locks parted in the middle and down, and was impeccably made up. (source: PRESLEY ANN  GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA  AFP)
Zellweger had her long blonde locks parted in the middle and down, and was impeccably made up. (source: PRESLEY ANN GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA AFP)

Renee Zellweger never fails to impress.

The Bridget Jones's Diary star, 48, was a vision of elegance as she posed on the red carpet at a benefit for ALS's Golden West chapter, Champions for Care and a Cure, at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica, California on Saturday.

The 5ft4 beauty wore a long-sleeved black dress with a plunging top, a pearl necklace and sparkly silver heels. She had her long blonde locks parted in the middle and down, and was impeccably made up. 

(source: PRESLEY ANN  GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA  AFP) 

The Katy, Texas native, according to Deadline, has been linked to Judy, an upcoming film about Judy Garland directed by Rupert Goold.

The motion picture will feature the Academy Award-winning Cold Mountain actress playing the iconic entertainer amid her final run of shows in London in 1968, a year before her fatal drug overdose at the age of 47.

The Jerry Maguire beauty wasn't the only famous face snapped at the charity event, as Richie Sambora and Orianthi Panagaris were on hand and slated to perform at the festivities.

The gala, according to the organization, 'is an inspirational evening dedicated to raising awareness and conquering ALS,' with a fundraising goal of $500,000. Among the activities included a wine tasting, dinner, auctions, and an award ceremony honoring those instrumental in the battle against ALS.

On a sad note, the ALS community was impacted as news spread of the death last month of Anthony Senerchia at 46.

Senerchia, a Pelham, New York native, who inspired the national craze known as the Ice Bucket Challenge three years ago, helping drum up more than $220 million in donations to combat the ailment, which is also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

(source: PRESLEY ANN  GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA  AFP)

Richie Sambora and Orianthi Panagaris (source: Presley Ann  GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA  AFP)

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