Pink Brings Her 5-Month Baby to 'Happy Feet Two' Hollywood Premiere

Pink Brings Her 5-Month Baby to 'Happy Feet Two' Hollywood Premiere

Doning an all-black ensemble, the 'Stupid Girls' hitmaker brings along daughter Willow Sage and husband Carey Hart to the special screening at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.
Pink stole the attention as she brought her 5-month baby girl, Willow Sage Hart, to the premiere of "Happy Feet Two". Along with her motocross rider husband Carey Hart, the R&B star was seen cuddling her tiny tot while posing in the wintery-themed venue of the event that was held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on Monday evening, November 13.

The "Stupid Girls" hitmaker, who replaces the late Brittany Murphy to voice Gloria in the animated movie, showed off her stunning post-baby figure in a cream and black corset paired with a black tuxedo jacket, pants and towering stilettos. She dressed her baby girl in a tiny black fleece penguin all-in-one.

Other voice cast members spotted that evening were Robin Williams who arrived with his new wife Susan and his daughter Zelda Williams, Sofia Vergara who dazzled in a red tube dress, and Elijah Wood who looked dapper in a gray suit. Hank Azaria, Common, Carlos Alazraqui and Lil P-Nut were snapped attending the premiere as well.

Celebrity guests for the evening included Holly Robinson Peete and Billy Bob Thornton who came with their families. Johnny Sanchez, June Foray, Kate Flannery and Marcia Gay Harden were also among the attendance. VIP guests at the evening included veteran filmmakers, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas and Billy Crystal.

A sequel to 2006's Oscar winner "Happy Feet", "Happy Feet Two" follows Mumble's son Erik, who is afraid to dance after suffering from an embarrassing experience. He later runs away and meets a penguin who can fly, The Mighty Sven. However, as the world is shaken by powerful forces, the young penguin learns of his father's "guts and grit" as Mumble brings together the penguin nations and other creatures to put things right.

Set to open in U.S. theaters on November 18, the animated film is directed, produced and written by George Miller. The voice cast additionally includes Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, EG Daily and Magda Szubanski among others.

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