George Clooney has been honored for his humanitarian efforts at the Carousel of Hope Ball, which benefits children and adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
George Clooney was the man of the hour at the 26th annual Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills on Saturday (October 20). Clooney was honored for his philanthropic efforts in raising awareness for human rights in Sudan.
On the red carpet, the 51-year-old star talked about his role in the upcoming film, "Gravity," in which he plays a veteran astronaut lost in space desperately trying to return to Earth.
Neil Diamond, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and Jay Leno all lent a hand to support the ball, which has raised more than $75 million in a 35-year span for the Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes based in Denver, Colorado.
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