Kate Bosworth Snuggles With Helena Christensen

March 27th, 2008 // 6 Comments

Kate Bosworth nestles herself in the comforting supermodel bosom of Helena Christensen at the after-party for the screening of Kate’s new film, 21, at The Mercer Kitchen in NYC. I’m a much bigger fan of the simple black dress Kate’s sporting vs. the steel-wool creation she wore on the red carpet at ShoWest, however, it is much less exciting. To make up for it, though, Kate makes it look like she’s about a sip of champagne away from agreeing to make out with Helena and that’s basically a good time waiting to happen.

Mary-Kate Olsen was also there, in a satin-shorts-jumper–at least, I think that’s the proper term for it–and yes, she looks about as awkward as that description would make it sound.

And if you think I’m kidding about Kate and Helena, check out the pictures after the jump. If Kate isn’t gazing lovingly into Helena’s eyes, then I don’t know what loving gazing looks like.

Photos: Getty Images

19 more photos of Kate Bosworth and Helena Christensen, Elle Macpherson, May Anderson, Jamie Burke, Mary-Kate Olsen, Fred Schneider, Katrina Bowden, Lonny Ross, Andrew McCarthy and Catalina Sandino Moreno from the after-party for the screening of ’21′ hosted by The Cinema Society and Calvin Klein Jeans are after the jump.

(Hint – Right-click on the image thumbnails with your mouse to open them in a new tab or window.)

Photos: Getty Images

By Lisa Timmons
  1. shell

    That main picture looks like something out of Dracula when Winona Ryder got all drugged up and the vampire brides got frisky with her… Spooky.

  2. Zekers

    I keep waiting for Elle Macpherson to age…freak! Yes, I’m jealous!

  3. Queen Caffeine

    shell,

    you hit the nail on the head. kate better keep an eye on that neck of hers.

  4. Martee

    Mary-Kate looks like she put on some weight. She probably is still underweight but I’m used to seeing her emaciated so anything above that seems chubby.

  5. Xavier

    Get some, Kate!

  6. jen

    haha…paul banks in the background

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