StarCam's Jennifer Tapiero was all glitzed up and ready to rock the red carpet at Night of 100 Stars. While the event may have begun with only 100 stars, there seemed to be thousands that night.
Antonio Sabato Jr. may have summarized it the best when he told Jen, "This is a great night in Hollywood. People are here for the same reason -- we love movies, we love to make 'em, we love to watch 'em, we love to talk about 'em."
Therefore, he wasted no time talking about the movie that he's been working on.
"I just finished doing the Three Stooges with the Farrelly Brothers," he said. "Working with them was unbelievable. This year so far is starting to be pretty good."
Another great actor Jen got to chat with was Gary Busey, her fellow co-star in Mansion of Blood. Speaking about the Oscars, he said, "If you're nominated, you're a winner."
Then he reminisced about being nominated for an Oscar himself several years ago for The Buddy Holly Story. "It was beautiful to bring awareness back to Buddy Holly and his music," he said. "And I'm not finished with that because I'm going to be doing some music in his behalf."
Martin Landau talked about Woody Allen and his nominated film Midnight in Paris. "It's a lovely movie and Woody never repeats himself," he said. "It's a very romantic and fanciful film, that's funny and charming and serious."
On Woody's directing style, Martin said, "He's very creative and he really allows you to do your own thing. He directs by non-direction. If you ever see , you'll see a performance that was not directed."
Christopher McDonald dished about who he wants to win an Oscar.
"I want George Clooney or the wonderful Brad Pitt," he said. "I thought he was brilliant in that movie, it made me cry, they both made me cry, they were really, really terrific."
John Ratzenberger attended the event with his fiancé Julie so he shared the story of how he popped the question, saying, "It was on the beach in the middle of winter. We were freezing but we got a great picture of it… she didn't know I was going to get on one knee and propose to her. The picture is so perfect, it looks like it was posed but it wasn't."
Mimi Rogers also had a special guest for the event too, her daughter Lucy. "She's been my date every year for this event since she was 11," Mimi explained. She also shared that Lucy may want to act after college and the advice she always gives her is "You have to live in gratitude every single day, to get to make your living doing this."
Ken Davitian talked about what a "nice, real, humble guy" the director of The Artist, Michel Hazanvicius is, Robert Wuhl talked about starring in the next Star Wars picture as "Obi-Wan's grandson of the future from the past," and John Savage liked "the fact that we're bringing more intimate stories to the Oscars."
Richard Grieco also stopped to talk with Jen on the red carpet about Gigolos, the Showtime series he created, while David Leisure joked about his acting range being "lying, smarmy, obnoxious, and mooching."
Patty McCormack was rooting for George Clooney and Brad Pitt, Kate Linder talked about her new film Hysteria, Sofia Milos thought The Iron Lady was amazing, and Kristanna Loken talked about her new film Love Orchard.
Jason Ritter was excited about the season finale of Parenthood and a new pilot he's working on called County, Carla Ortiz talked about her film The Man Who Shook the Hand of Vicente Fernandez, Ron Masak talked about why he enjoys Night of 100 Stars so much, and Bai Ling dished about why she went with a more "wild, westernized" hairstyle for the event.