Olivia Wilde wore a dazzling Gucci dress -- that you can buy online through an auction at Artists For Peace and Justice. "Extra" caught up with Olivia at the InStyle Golden Globes after-party, where she dished on her favorite moment of the night.
The 67th Annual Golden Globes weren't all glitz and glamour Sunday night -- celebrities took the opportunity to remind the public that relief is still desperately needed in Haiti following the devastating earthquake.
Meryl Streep, who nabbed a Globe for her role in "Julie & Julia," told her peers to remember how fortunate they are -- and to share.
"I come to Golden Globes weekend and I am conflicted how to have my happy movie self in the face of everything I'm aware of in the real world, and that's when I have my mother's voice coming to me," Streep says during her acceptance speech. "Partners in Health, shoot some money to Partners In Health, and be damn grateful you have the dollars to help."
She adds, "And I am grateful. I'm really grateful."
Many of Hollywood's finest were spotted wearing ribbons in support of the earthquake victims.
"A lot of people are wearing ribbons tonight in support of the people of Haiti, and you can go to NBC.com to make your personal contribution," Nicole Kidman tells the audience at the show.
Olivia Wilde, who was involved with Haitian charity before the quake, will join Streep, Josh Brolin, Gerard Butler, and Amy Poehler in donating their outfits worn at the ceremony to Artists for Peace and Justice, a relief organization that will auction off the clothing and give 100% of the proceeds to the Haitian people.
"It's my way of turning all this fashion madness into something positive," Wilde says.
George Clooney, who is hosting a "Hope for Haiti" telethon on January 22, used the awards show to line up talent for the benefit. "This is the perfect place for me to go and recruit some people," the actor tells AP.
So far, Clooney's benefit will include performances by Bono, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Alicia Keys.
"Hope for Haiti" airs worldwide January 22 on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, CNN, BET, the CW, HBO, MTV, VH1 and CMT. The proceeds will go to Wyclef Jean's Yele Haiti Foundation, UNICEF, Oxfam America, Partners In Health and the Red Cross.
Check out photos from the rainy red carpet below:
Actress Olivia Wilde wrote on her Twitter page, "Thank you for your donation, of any amount, they are all crucial. Our colleagues in Haiti are sending you their love."
The 7.0 earthquake that shook Haiti yesterday has affected millions of the country's inhabitants -- and from Hollywood to the UN, there are calls for support.
Wyclef Jean issued a statement following the crash, urging people to donate to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund to support the victims. Jean's celebrity friends took to Twitter to help spread his message.
"Anyone that may be listening's attention. Call 1884074747 State Dept for Haitian Relief Please help them...I know I will as much as I can," Lindsay Lohan wrote on her Twitter page. "Yele Haiti now for the disaster. Please do all that you can."
Ben Stiller also tweeted his support, writing, "People in Haiti need our help and attention right now."
Diddy tweeted, "God Bless Haiti!!!! God please!!!"
Former President Bill Clinton, a U.N. special envoy for Haiti, said in a statement: "My thoughts and prayers are with the people of Haiti. My U.N. office and the rest of the U.N. system are monitoring the situation, and we are committed to do whatever we can to assist the people of Haiti in their relief, rebuilding and recovery efforts."
The extent of the damage near Port-au-Prince is still unknown, and President Obama has pledged aid to the victims from the United States, saying, "There is no doubt that we are facing a major humanitarian emergency and that a major relief effort will be required."
Today, U.N. spokeswoman Elisabeth Byrs says the situation worsened in Haiti when the agency was notified that the main prison in Port-au-Prince collapsed, and that inmates have escaped.
For more on how you can help send relief to Haiti, check out Wyclef's Yele foundation at www.yele.org. (Due to a high volume of traffic, the page has been periodically down since Wednesday morning.)
See other stars giving back below:
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