Celebrities celebrate with bubbly at Golden Globes
Hollywood loves champagne
In addition to Julianne Hough (@juliannehough), who was the first to join Moet & Chandon in this year’s Toast4aCause at the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, four more gorgeous stars – Debra Messing, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Hayden Panettiere and Megan Hilty – raised their mini Moët in honor of their charities of choice. Julia (officialJLD) toasted for Heal The Bay (@HealTheBay); Hayden (@HaydenPanettiere) toasted for The Whaleman Foundation (@Whaleman1) and Megan toasted for Joyful Heart Foundation (@TheJHF). Now in its fourth year, Toast4aCause honors Hollywood and celebrates Moët’s history as the “Champagne of cinema.” Golden Globe nominees are invited to raise a toast with Moët & Chandon Imperial minis in support of their favorite charities. For each toast raised, Moët & Chandon donates $1,000 to the chosen charity in the nominees’ names. This year, Moët is expanding the program in partnership with Entertainment Tonight. ET will tweet images of the celebrities toasting on the red carpet, and the star with the most retweets at the end of the evening will receive an extra $10,000 for their charity. Follow @ETOnlineAlert and @MoetUSA to see the stars in action. Louis-Dreyfus, nominated for a Golden Globe for her role in VEEP, also celebrated her birthday on the red carpet. Moët & Chandon presented her with a personalized magnum of champagne embellished in Swarovski crystals.
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