The 18th annual “A Night at Sardi's” musical revue and gala drew a slew of A-list celebs including Anne Hathaway, Fraiser star David Hyde Pierce and Will & Grace’s Eric McCormack who all belted out Broadway tunes to raise money to benefit the Alzheimer's Association.
The event was held Thursday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles where the always stunning Demi Moore -- who was presenting an award at the event -- walked down the red carpet arm-in-arm with her hunky husband Ashton Kutcher. Brother's and Sisters star, Gilles Marini shouted in excitement, "I've never seen Demi Moore before, Ashton you’re so going down."
On a night where celebrities were giving back, RadarOnline.com’s reporter Viviana Vigil asked what was the most selfless act they've had done for them.
Funnyman Seth Rogen quipped "any girl who has ever touched me was selfless, in a very nice way, and I appreciate all three of you."
Steven Weber claims to have performed the utmost selfless act for all of Los Angeles, "I saved LA from Nuclear destruction..."
These humble celebs were grateful for mentors that helped them become who they are today. McCormack remembers his acting teacher from Canada, who during a parent-teacher conference encouraged his parents to allow him to continue to pursue acting, "my mom told me that 10 years later!"