At left, many of the original cast members of The Breakfast Club celebrate the 25th anniversary of the film’s release at Lincoln Center on Monday. Anthony Michael Hall (Brian, the brain), Molly Ringwald (Claire, the princess), Ally Sheedy (Allison, the basket case), and Judd Nelson (John, the criminal) reunite as part of the celebratory screening and post-screening Q&A and party. Only the athlete, Emilio Estevez, was missing from the festivities. Photo courtesy of People.com.
At right, supermodel Gisele Bundchen also hits up the Upper West Side this week. The Victoria’s Secret beauty was at the American Museum of Natural History (Central Park West at 79th) on Monday evening serving as a U.N. Environmental Ambassador at the United Nations MDG Summit kickoff party. The summit aims to develop goals and targets worldwide to improve education, maternal health, child mortality, public health, environmental sustainability, and biodiversity. Oh, and if Gisele is there, we guess it’s also to improve runway strutting skills worldwide. Photo courtesy of People.com.
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