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Hundreds of creatures of the night — both famous, like birthday girl Jami Gertz and uber-composer Burt Bacharach, and fanatical, like the fan club president settling in for his 3,500th viewing — donned sequins, corsets, and white face paint and gathered at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles last night for a celeb-studded one-off performance to celebrate the 35th anniversary of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and raise money for The Painted Turtle, a California camp for children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.
“It might be a little tamer at 8 than at midnight,” warned Lou Adler, the man who brought the musical »
- Carrie Bell
" Glee " wasn't the only one paying homage to " The Rocky Horror Picture Show " this week -- as some seriously huge stars hit the stage in L.A. last night for a giant tribute show! " Nip/Tuck " star Julian McMahon lead the star-studded cast in Dr. Frank-n-Furter 's infamous lingerie at The Wiltern -- where big names performed songs as the movie played in the background. " Glee 's" Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele played Brad and Janet , Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito took turns as The Criminologist , George Lopez donned fishnets as Dr. Scott , " Lost " star Jorge Garcia popped up as Eddy , " The Office 's" Melora Hardin was Columbia , Evan Rachel Wood played crazy as Magenta and Nicole Scherzinger performed the opening number and " Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me ." Barry Bostwick , who starred in the original movie, was on hand for the event-- and the place went absolutely insane when Tim Curry »
- tooFab Staff
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