Blondes Rule : Pamela Anderson & Hayden Panettiere Stand Out At ABC Event

Blondes Rule : Pamela Anderson & Hayden Panettiere Stand Out At ABC Event
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They say that blondes have more fun, and that certainly seemed to be the case for the stars at an event thrown by ABC tonight.Pamela Anderson and Hayden Panettiere outshone the other attendees as they smouldered on the red carpet at the Beverly Hills bash.

Baywatch babe Pamela poured her curves into a summery white dress which showed off her tanned legs and she completed her look with sparkling silver pumps.

The 45-year-old also sported her trademark heavy make-up and backcombed hair which was big and bouncy for the evening at the Beverly Hilton hotel. Hayden, 22, didn’t go for overt sex appeal and instead picked a pretty floral frock in grey, black and red hues.The strapless dress was fitted to her slim figure and Hayden topped it off with strappy sandals and a slick of crimson lipstick.

A host of other television stars were on hand at the event and dressed to impress. Don’t Trust The B—- in Apartment 23 actresses Krysten Ritter and Dreama Walker were both in attendance and it seems the pair had coordinated their ensembles. They both sported glittering metallic frocks, with Krysten opting for an entirely sequined gold number while Dreama had sparkling silver decoration on a cream dress.

Nick Lachey‘s pregnant wife Vanessa chose a floaty number for her maternity chic look. Body of Proof’s Jeri Ryan went for a racy nude and black lace dress which clung to her every curve as she posed for the camera. Meanwhile Dancing With The Stars pro Cheryl Burke chose an elegant mauve dress which highlighted her dancer’s body.

Her co-star Karina Smirnoff chose a cleavage-revealing outfit and Desperate Housewives’ Dana Delaney also took the plunge in a low-cut green satin frock. And Lily Tomlin and Reba McEntire showed their close bond when they posed up together on the red carpet. The Disney and ABC Summer TCA event hasn’t all been about partying however and many of the stars have been attending panel events to drum up publicity for their shows.

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