First Lady Michelle Obama spent her Sunday raising money for the Obama campaign in Beverly Hills.
Early Sunday afternoon, the First Lady attended a reception at singer Gwen Stefani‘s house. Guests included designer/socialite Nicole Richie and husband/rocker Joel Madden, actor Jeffrey Tambor and actress Alyson Hannigan, according to Deadline.
Deadline reported that a campaign official said tickets started at $2,500 for a family of four and estimated 400 guests were expected. Funds raised at the events benefit the Obama Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee of Obama for America, the Democratic National Committee and several state Democratic parties.
Later in the evening, Michelle Obama attended an event at Warner Bros chief Barry Meyer and his wife Wendy’s house. Deadline sources reported E! talk show host Chelsea Hander, director Rob Reiner and producer Chuck Lorre were among the 150 guests that attended the event.
Other industry guests at the event included Warner Bros Pictures Group president and Office Of The President Jeff Robinov, Warner Bros Home Entertainment Group president and Office of the President Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Bros Television president Peter Roth, Warner Bros Domestic Television Distribution president Ken Werner, CAA co-owner Kevin Huvane, New Line Cinema president Toby Emmerich, Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos and DreamWorks Animation chief marketing officer Anne Globe, according to Deadline.
Tickets for the event ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.