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Vanity Fair and FIAT teamed up to honor young Hollywood last night, bringing out Jurnee Smollett Bell, rapper Childish Gambino and “HTGAWM” star Aja Naomi King. See party pics inside…

Actress Jurnee Smollett-Bell was among the starlets who came out for the Vanity Fair and FIAT celebration of Young Hollywood, hosted by Krista Smith and James Corden at No Vacancy. And we’re loving her look.

Jurnee, who attended with her brother Jake, was there to raise awareness for the Terrence Higgins Trust, an organization dedicated to empowering persons living with HIV in the UK. Jurnee recently wrapped films Hands of Stone where she stars opposite Usher (playing Sugar Ray Leonard) as his wife, Juanita Leonard.

“Community” actor Donald Glover (aka rapper Childish Gambino), who’s set to appear in Magic Mike XXL, recently announced he’ll star in a new tv movie named “Atlanta.” He’ll play “Earnest ‘Earn’ Marks”, an ambitious college-dropout who helps his cousin make it on the rap scene.

Fab “How to Get Away with Murder” star Aja Naomi King was spotted looking pretty in pink with one of the FIATs.

She and her co-star, Jack Falahee were spotted celebrating the success of the Shondaland series and all of the Hollywood party invitations that are pouring in.

The fabulous Nicole Beharie, who stars on “Sleepy Hollow”, looked amazing in red, white and blue. Such a cute look!

“The Vampire Diaries” star Kat Graham took a few moments from her busy shooting schedule. She’s currently filming a short film dubbed Muse.

Keith Stanfield, starring as Snopp Dogg in the NWA-bio pic “Straight Outta Compton,” was also spotted on the carpet. We can totally see him playing Snoop!


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