StarCam's Jennifer Tapiero was helping bring more awareness to the importance of cancer research at the Taste for a Cure 2012 event.
She got to chat with plenty of celebrities on the red carpet, including Wilmer Valderrama, Anne Heche, Ryan Murphy, Shanola Hampton, and Jen even got to ask Lea Michele a quick question.
While everyone was clamoring to talk with Glee star Lea Michele, Jen got a chance to find out who she was wearing -- Oscar De La Renta.
Dr. Judith Gasson, director of the Jonsson Cancer Center, talks about the progress of the organization.
"This is our signature fundraiser, which raises unrestricted funds for the high priorities research at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center," she says. "We're making such remarkable progress on many types of cancer, including melanoma, ovarian cancer, and lung cancer."
Wilmer Valderrama was also there, as he was asked to give the opening statement at the event. He talks about being friends with Jennifer Salke, president of NBC and the night's honoree.
Jen got to talk with Jennifer Salke too, who mentions how cancer has affected her life since her mother and mother-in-law both had breast cancer and she herself has the breast cancer gene.
Anne Heche talks about being there to support Jen Salke, whileJames Tupper talks about the return of his show Revenge.
Ryan Murphy talks about what it's like working on such different shows like Glee and American Horror Story, saying, "It's challenging because you never get bored. It's energizing because you spend four hours with one and four hours with another."
Shanola Hampton talks about why the event has special meaning to her.
"My mother passed away from breast cancer when I was 16 years old so cancer research and anything that is raising money for that is very important," she says. "That was in 1993 and we're still losing so many people to cancer, all different kinds, men and women, and children."
Lastly, Gary Newman chats with Jen about this being his most fun event of the year and how there is a renaissance going on in television right now.