The star-studded bash raises money for good causes…

THE OSBOURNES threw a star-studded charity fundraising dinner at their house in BEVERLY HILLS last week (October 7).

Elton John, Robin Williams, Quincy Jones and Star Wars director George Lucas all turned up for ‘An Evening At Home With The Osbournes’, which was raising money for both the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre.

The night featured an auction, which saw bids rise to $16,000 (£8,916) for a puppy – which went to the dog loving Osbournes – and *NSYNC’s Lance Bass paying $200,000 (£111,457) for a brand-new, as-yet-unavailable-on-the-West-Coast Aston Martin.

According to Reuters, John played an intimate concert during the evening and, speaking after the last song, Osbourne said: “It’s a dream come true. It’s been amazing. How could it not – look at the people who are here tonight.”

Other guests in attendance and dining on Aisa de Cuba cuisine were all three Osbourne children – Kelly, Jack and Aimee – South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Tori Spelling.