Winter is upon us and Lucky Diamond is out and about sporting her latest designer jackets and sweaters, keeping heated with warm conversation and cozy socializing. Always supportive of a good cause, Lucky takes us to the Animal Medical Center Benefit, where she rubbed noses with the philanthropic animal friendly crowd. Just in time, Lucky was spotted critiquing and schmoozing at the movie premiere for Out Of Time.
At the Animal Medical Center Benefit, Lucky ran circles around the guests. First she jumped in to the arms of Henry Kissinger, the temperature rose when they discussed the constantly changing “dog eat dog” world of politics. Lucky shared her inside canine take on the ongoing competition between donkeys and elephants. The petite fluffy Maltese then shimmied over to Barbara Walters, where the two conversed about Lucky and her owner, Wendy Diamond’s recent stint on The View. Never a dog to stay in one person’s arms for long; Lucky couldn’t contain herself when she had the opportunity to discuss bulls and bears with Ace Greenberg, CEO of Bear Stearns. While making her rounds, the small white wonder locked eyes with one of her favorite actresses, Jane Seymour. Lucky leapt in to simpatico tête-à-tête with Jane as they exchanged their views about the societal importance of adoption, whether it’s of the animal or human kind.
Lucky tries to make a fashionable entrance at every possible movie premiere, and in a timely manner she strutted the red carpet for Out Of Time. Once in the party, she stayed warm from the wintry winds, by cuddling in the strong arms of Superman, Dean Cain. Next, to keep toasty, she decided to do some coupling, to comfort Couplings star, Jay Harrington. And Lucky couldn’t resist giving him some doggy tips about sniffing out the right dates at the party. Pepa (minus the Salt) and Janice Combs (minus Puppy – I mean Puffy) cushioned Lucky in between them and conversed about the newly emerging dog music industry, and encouraged Lucky to release a CD of her own. Next, Lucky raced over to Eva Mendes and shared some canine pointers about the LA movie and television industry, knowledgeable after she spent several weeks there during the summer trying to develop her own sitcom. The thought of the West Coast sun and beach had Lucky reminiscing, but she was also looking forward to snowball fights and sledding in Central Park.
Next on Lucky’s agenda is publishing a bestseller! Look out on Valentine’s Day 2004 for her quintessential dating guidebook to be released with her loyal companion, Wendy Diamond titled, What A Lucky Dog! How to Understand Men Through Their Dogs!
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