A gaggle of Hollywood's brightest stars attended amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS benefit in Cannes, France on Thursday, which paid tribute to the organization's iconic co-founder, the late Elizabeth Taylor.
"AIDS research is ongoing, we shouldn't forget about it, it's still something that they haven't found the cure of, that we know," gorgeous supermodel Naomi Campbell said.
Jane Fonda, looking sensational at 73, said, “It’s a very important cause and it's a wonderful organization, and on top of that, we're honoring Elizabeth Taylor.”
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Added Goldie Hawn: "This is Elizabeth Taylor's night and she's watching us ... I know she is."
Brooke Shields, Janet Jackson, Courtney Love, Michelle Rodriguez were among the other stars on hand.
Taylor died at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center March 23 of congestive heart failure at 79.
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