Kate Middleton and husband Prince William have been off to a great start with their North American Tour, but Canada isn't nearly as exciting as the A-list parties that await the royal couple in Los Angeles.
This Saturday, The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is throwing a 'Brits to Watch' party, which will feature 42 rising stars who, according to a BAFTA statement, 'show... real promise.' BAFTA, whose president just happens to be the royal Prince William, will host the part at the Belasco Theatre in downtown Los Angeles.
The goal is to link the emerging British talent with Hollywood's biggest names and help develop strong relationships between America and the UK's entertainment industries.
Daniel Kaluuya, best known for playing Posh Kenneth in wildly popular British drama Skins, is one of these young stars; the list also includes Game of Thrones' Harry Lloyd and Juno Temple, who is starring in the upcoming Batman film, Dark Knight Rises. The Mentalist's Owain Yeoman made the list, as did Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay, and writers Jack Thorne and James Watkins. The 42 also includes producers, directors, and graphic designers.
But while these young stars are certainly worthy of celebration in their own rite, it's the guest list that just can't be beat.
Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Lopez are just the most recent recipients of this week's most coveted invitation and J-Lo's husband Mark Anthony and Nicole's Keith Urban will appear as well. The Kidman-Urban clan was just spotted leaving Sydney, Australia, with the little ones - who probably won't make it to the $4000 apiece dinner party - in tow.
Joining these celebrities is the multi-talented Broadway sensation and television star Kristin Chenoweth. Ginnifer Goodwin, who starred in Walk the Line and chick flick He's Just Not That Into You, will also be rubbing royal shoulders this weekend. Dancing with the Stars' dancer Derek Hough and Dana Delany of Desperate Houswives are also set to show, and although not yet confirmed, Jack Black may be the funny one in the house.
With so many high profile names in attendance, there is only one question tnat remains: who will be starstruck by whom?