Monica Lewinsky - TV Guide and TV Insider present The Television Industry Advocacy Awards Gala held at the Sunset Tower - Arrivals at Sunset Tower - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 18th September 2015
Trinny Woodall, Heather Kerzner, Monica Lewinsky and Elizabeth Hurley - On Tuesday 12th May The Quercus Biasi Foundation Trustees, Diego Biasi, David Mandiya & Vinayak Bhattacharjee along with Heather Kerzner and Jeanette Calliva hosted The Spring Gala in aid of the Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, at Claridge's. The Quercus Biasi Foundation's Spring Gala contributed significantly to the fundraising necessary to build the new post-operative surgical wing at The Red Cross Children's Hospital, with a completion date of December 2017. The Gala's guests included Elizabeth Hurley, Yasmin Le Bon, Monica Lewinsky, Natalie Imbruglia, Lisa Snowdon, Amanda Wakeley, Charles Saatchi Trinny Woodall, Annabelle Neilson and Ben Chaplin were all in attendance to support the worthy cause. The Spring Gala was kickstarted with army of African drummers flowing between the tables, finally arriving on stage to start the evening with an energetic performance, followed by a warm welcome from the One&Only co-host Heather Kerzner. Following an impactful show guests sampled a spring inspired culinary menu by Claridge's before turning their attention to Diego Biasi, the QBF principal's keynote speech on the Foundation's support for the Red Cross Children's Hospital in Cape Town. Actress Elizabeth Hurley looked flawless wearing a plunging black floor length gown, after her latest trip to Venice for the Biennale. Supermodel Yasmin Le Bon looked effortlessly spring chic in a vintage style floral jumpsuit with her hair scrapped back showcasing her undeniable supermodel features! TV presenter Lisa Snowdon wore a beautiful coral gown and was seen laughing and joking with Aussie singer Natalie Imbruglia who had just arrived back from Monaco from her performance for Prince Albert. Natalie looked amazing in a colourful ensemble complete with Gismondi Opal and diamond drop earrings Monica Lewinsky, who in recent months has been campaigning against cyber bullying featuring on the stage of the famous TED Talks w at Claridge's Hotel - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 12th May 2015
Monica Lewinsky - The 87th Annual Oscars - Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall - Arrivals at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Oscars - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
The former White House intern is having some of her belongings used in the federal case against President Clinton put up for auction
Monica Lewinsky will be airing out her dirty laundry in public once again, only this time she wont be bringing any Presidencies to an end, but rather having some of her belongings put on sale from the Lewinsky scandal. The items from the federal investigation are being sold off by auction house Nate D. Sanders, with online bidding ending this Thursday (June 27).
Among the items being put up for sale include letters between Lewinsky and Andy Bleiler, who was also involved in the Lewinsky as another married man with whom Lewinsky was said to had an affair while she was an intern at the White House, and some items of clothing including a black negligee and a large blue velour hoodie. It does not, however, contain the infamous blue dress which proved in court that the then-intern had extra-marital relationship with Bill Clinton in the 1990s.
The current bid - as of Tuesday (June 25) afternoon - on lot #375 stands at $3,025 and is believed to be worth within the region of $25,000 and $50,000. With only two days to go, the bidding is going to have to be knocked up a peg if it is to meet it's valuation, but how many Monica Lewinsky fanciers willing to pay $50,000 can be out there?
Continue reading: Monica Lewinsky's Lingerie And Letters To Clinton To Go Up For Auction
At the time it was probably among one the biggest public scandals that a US President could've faced, but times move on and we've pretty much all gotten over the fact that former President Bill Clinton had an affair with his secretary Monica Lewinsky in the mid 90's. We had a good laugh at the endless jokes written about the affair on The Simpsons and then got on with our lives as Clinton showed himself to be a man of regret and patched things up with wife Hilary Clinton.
It's a bit of a surprise then to find out that 14 years on from the affair, Perez Hilton is reporting that the now 39 year-old Lewinsky is going to write a full-disclosure memoir about the events of 1998. More baffling is the fact that publishers are apparently willing to pay a whopping $12 million to give her the privilege of dishing the dirt on the retired President.
"Monica has tried to move forward, but the nightmare of her affair with Bill still haunts her" so say friends of hers. "She's facing 40 without a man in her life, and seething about the way her reputation was destroyed as the whole world watched." We wouldn't dare suggest that Lewinsky hasn't endured a tough time of it since, but it still seems odd that at this stage people would still be so interested in what she has to say.