StarCam's Jennifer Tapiero hit the red carpet for Chicago Opening Night at the Pantages Theater and talked with stars of the show like Christie Brinkley and John O'Hurley, as well as those there to enjoy it such as Max Adler, Jaime Pressly, Katrina Law, Kym Johnson, and more!
Christie Brinkley, who plays Roxie Hart in Chicago, talked about how this role is a dream come true and she shared her usual routine before her performance.
John O'Hurley said performing on a live stage is more enjoyable than filming for television because he loves hearing the laughter and the silence.
"The silence of 2,500 people being still enough in a room to listen to you… and catch the nuances… it's organic and it starts from A every night and goes to Z… you just leap and you hope the net will appear," he said.
Max Adler from Glee talked about recently returning from Hawaii where he was shooting a pilot called Last Resort; Jaime Pressly was there supporting her good friend John O'Hurley because their sons go to school together; and Katrina Law talked about her definition of beauty.
"Natural, bubbly, smiley, genuine… some of the most beautiful people don't have to always be beautiful on the inside so a lot of times you find beauty in really odd places," Katrina said.
Kym Johnson of Dancing with the Stars attended the event with her mom and talked about just starting rehearsals with Jaleel White for the finale of DWTS.
Danica McKellar couldn't say enough nice things about Christie Brinkley. "She's ageless and timeless; she's a stunner!" she said.
Raphael Sbarge has always been a fan of Christie Brinkley's and he was looking forward to seeing her in the show, while Ken Davitian said Christie was the main reason he was attending the event.
Charlene Tilton talked about her busy acting schedule and what she's been shooting lately, while Richard Portnow said he's starring opposite Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren in Hitchcock.
Kat Kramer talked about performing for Lily Tomlin and Barbara Streisand and Brandon Tyler Russell was very excited about winning the Film Critic's Choice Award.