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NEW YORK Orlando Bloom & Pink were among the honorees & stars at the 2015 UNICEF Snowflake Ball. Bloom accepted the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award while the singer, who posed with hubby Carey Hart, was recently announced as an ambassador for UNICEF. Bloom spoke about working with such a prestigious organization. 0:25: Orlando Bloom: An organization…overcome. :0:36 LOS ANGELES December 1st marked World AIDS Day with events to remember those afflicted with the disease and the efforts to combat it. Former ‘Who’s The Boss’ star Danny Pintauro touched on what the day is really all about. 0:00: Danny Pintauro: I think it’s…anymore. :0:16 LONDON In London, Helena Bonham Carter was the picture of plaid as she signed autographs at Coram's Christmas Celebration. And in & around the entertainment world, in a surprise win, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ was named Best Picture by the National Board of Reviews & Pixar’s ‘Inside Out’ & ‘The Good Dinosaur’ earned a combined 23 nominations for the Annie Awards, which honors the best in animation. That’s all for now. We’ll be back tomorrow with more celebrity news and sightings.

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