She's still got her mojo: Lisa Rinna shows off her curves in figure-hugging dress as she shares a red carpet kiss with husband
18:06 GMT, 22 July 2012
She turned 49 last week but Lisa Rinna, who wore a form-fitting black and white body con dress, is still continuing to defy her years.
Joined by her actor husband Harry Hamlin, 60, the couple, who have been married for
15 years engaged in some PDA on the red carpet in Malibu last night where they were attending a DesignCare charity event.
The mother-of-two recently released her sex book, Big Fun Sexy Sex Book, which she co-authored with sex therapist Ian Kerner. the actress openly described how she got her mojo back, with a little help from a pole dancing class.
In black and white: Lisa Rinna, 49, proved she's still got it in a figure hugging dress
Fun and sexy: The actress recently penned a sex advice book revealing how she put the fun back into her 15 year marriage with Harry Hamlin
Hostess Holly Robinson Peete, wearing a full-length strapless sequined dress, posed with British actress Jane Seymour who looked nowhere her 61 years.
Held at a private estate in Malibu, DesignCare is an annual summer event to help raise funds for the HollyRod Foundation.
The evening featured a star studded reception, a designer fashion show featuring designs by Sue Wong and a musical performance by Natalie Cole.
Hostess with the mostest: Holly Robinson Peete poses with guest Jane Seymour at the Malibu event
Also in attendance were former American idol judge Paula Abdul wearing a boldly patterned kimono-style dress and Spice girl Mel B.
37-year-old Mel, accompanied by husband Stephen Belafonte. looked elegant in a one-shouldered red lace dress and a towering pair of sparkly stiletto heels.
A source recently confirmed to the MailOnline that the Spice Girls have signed up to perform together at the Olympics closing ceremony in London this month.
Spicing things up: Mel B and Paula Abdul both brought a dash of colour to the party
Spice Girls reunion: The original girl power band has announced that they will perform as a group for the Olympic closing ceremony in London this summer
The HollyRod Foundation was formed
in 1997 by actress, Holly Robinson Peete and her husband former NFL
quarterback Rodney Peete to provide compassionate care to those living
with autism and Parkinson’s disease.
Holly’s father, Matthew T. Robinson, Jr., was diagnosed with PD in 1982 at the young age of 46 and her eldest son, RJ, suffers from autism.
Efforts of the HollyRod Foundation are providing a better quality of life for individuals and their families.
Team leader: Celebrity Apprentice winner Arsenio Hall shows his support for the cause