Diane Kruger, Gerard Butler, Janet Jackson and Kylie Minogue were among the stars who turned out to raise nearly $11 million (?8.9 million) for Aids research at a glitzy charity ball in Cannes, France on Thursday night (24May12).
AmfAR's annual Cinema Against Aids event was held during the famous Cannes Film Festival at the Hotel du Cap in Antibes and featured a cocktail reception, dinner and a money-raising auction.
If a man buys the watch, Heidi Klum will give that man a massage,
Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein and Heidi Klum started off the bidding by offering up a pricey Cartier watch and the supermodel sparked a bidding war by promising the winner a massage.
Weinstein told the crowd, "If a man buys the watch, Heidi Klum will give that man a massage," before the piece sold for 50,000 Euros ($62,839?39,274).
Other coveted lots in the auction included a guitar owned by Ronnie Wood and the chance to star in a short film by KARL LAGERFELD, while VampireDiaries star Nina Dobrev offered to bite a winning bidder.
The night also included performances from Jessie J, who sang her money-themed hit Price Tag, and Aloe Blacc, who performed the aptly titled I Need a Dollar.
The event raised nearly $11 million (?8.9 million), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Other guests included Alec Baldwin, The Artist's Berenice Bejo, Milla Jovovich and Antonio Banderas.