Olivia Wilde and Emma Stone will join forcing for an upcoming Revlon event.
The actresses have agreed to take part in the EIF Revlon Run-Walk for Women in New York City. Wilde and Stone have been tapped to host the event on the East Coast.
According to the official press release for the Revlon event, Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde are turning to host the event once again.
The former House co-star said she had previously participated in the Revlon Run-Walk for Women in Los Angeles. She called it one of the most “moving experiences” she’s ever had.
“At that time, I never imagined that I would become a Run/Walk host, let alone a two-time host! I urge everyone to come out and join me in New York on May 4th. If you can’t be there, you can still get involved by making a donation online to fight women’s cancer,” Olivia Wilde said in a statement.
Emma Stone described the Revlon event as “deeply important” to her. Like many other people around the world, she explained that she had also been “touched by cancer.”
“My role as a Revlon Ambassador gives me a platform to speak out on the issue of women’s cancer and I hope that as host of this year’s New York event, we can continue to work together to build awareness and raise funds to find a cure for this disease,” Stone said.
Although Wilde and Stone will handle hosting duties in New York, Carrie Ann Inaba, Brooke Anderson, and actress Halle Berry will host a similar event in Los Angeles. The star of The Call said the experience was like no other.
“All I can say is that I cannot imagine a more important and more inspirational way to spend a Saturday morning. I hope we can celebrate the Run-Walk’s 20th anniversary with record-breaking attendance and fundraising as we fight this disease together,” Berry stated.
The EIF Revlon Run-Walk for Women in New York City will take place on May 4. The Los Angeles version of the event will take place on May 11.
Are you a fan of Olivia Wilde, Emma Stone, and Halle Berry? What do you think about the actresses’ helping out with the upcoming Revlon event?