Renee Zellweger hit the red carpet for the first time in four months for a good cause.
Zellweger looked lovely in a black dress with pearls around her neck and her hair in a bun Monday night, March 10, at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. The actress stepped out for "A Starry Evening of Music, Comedy & Surprises" presented by the UCSF Medical Center and The Painted Turtle, a camp for children with life threatening and chronic illnesses.
The 44-year-old has not made a red carpet appearance since Nov. 2, according to E! News.
Other stars in attendance included Kathy Griffin, Annette Bening, Josh Groban and "Glee" actress Amber Riley, CBS reported. All the money raised will go toward programs that help sick children throughout California.
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