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THE creme-de la creme of the western suburbs were out in force on a school night as part of the TFS Corporation’s exclusive cocktail party last week.
Held at Blue HQ in Fremantle, the glitzy crowd, which included Troy and Sophia Barbagallo, Rhonda Wyllie and Jeff Browne, Kim and Ines Ledger, jeweller Siobhan Way and Crown Perth darling Denise Cheir, listened to former Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist interview Formula One star hometown hero Daniel Ricciardo.
The duo, both TFS ambassadors, chatted about Monaco, Ricciardo’s win in Malaysia and his famous friends, including Prince Harry.
They were also spotted lunching and filming at The Shorehouse in Swanbourne as part of their ambassadorial roles with the corporation. children affected by domestic violence.
The movie by Perth producer Maggie Meyer is about a courageous mother and daughter trapped in an abusive relationship.
The charity screening was at the State Library Theatre in November, with proceeds going to Starick.
Heavyweight UFC World Champion Soa Palelei hosted the evening, which received a donation of $1000 from Relationships Australia WA for the screening.
Caged In premiered at the 168 Film Festival in Los Angeles in August, claiming six awards from seven nominations. Sports Star of the Year nominee Kayden Minear (9) won over the audience at WA Sports Star Awards with his orange bow tie and big smile.
Then Australian cricketer and 2014 Sports Star of the Year Mitchell Johnson introduced him as his godson.
The ktm 62585 rider was handing out awards with Tamila Andreeva from synchronised swimming during the night and got to meet his favourite footballer Josh Kennedy backstage.
Adam Gilchrist interviewed Daniel Ricciardo for the event.