The ladies of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, including alum Camille Grammer, all joined forces on Sunday night ion Los Angeles to attend the Family Equality Council event in L.A. They were even accompanied by RHOC pal Shannon Beador.
The event was held at the Beverly Hilton and honored television shows that include LGBTQ characters from shows like Glee and Modern Family. The Housewives were among the A-listers who arrived at the event, including the night's host Sandra Bernhard, Glee stars Lea Michele and Darren Criss, and Magic Mike star Matt Bomer.
"What an incredible event last night for Family Equality," Lisa Vanderpump tweeted about the awards ceremony. "Heartfelt speeches,children blessed with loving parents #adoption # Equalrights."
Inside the event, they hobnobbed with folks like American Horror Story actress Sarah Paulson and Girls actor Andrew Rannells.
But what's a party without an after-party? And the ladies, of course, kept the festivities going at Lisa Vanderpump's hotspot, PUMP. "Love spending time in LA!," Shannon added of her time there.
The party came just days after the RHOBH ladies gathered to film the upcoming reunion special at the end of February. And while they were all smiles at the event, the special's host Andy Cohen revealed that the reunion special left him feeling something else.
"That's a wrap on the most intense #RHOBHReunion in five seasons. I am SPENT," he tweeted. "over and out...."
Kyle Richards added, "Rough day. Hands down toughest Reunion yet #RHOBH."