‘Ted’s Brunch,’ sponsored by Netflix Is A Joke held in Los Angeles on Sunday, was attended by Lily Collins and her husband Charlie McDowell, who looked great together.

In a white colored short-sleeve top with a little midriff showing, the actress, 33, looked effortlessly elegant. Her husband, 38, wore a copper short-sleeve cardigan on his white T-shirt and trousers.

Wilmer Valderrama,  Jimmy Carr, Norman Lear, John Mulaney, Ali Wong, Jerry Seinfeld, Dave Chappelle, Adam Sandler, Tiffany Haddish, Ted Sarandos, the Netflix co-chief executive officer, and many more were among those who attended the event.

The event was held after the Netflix Is A Joke festival, which began on April 28 and comprises more than 280 comedy performances in venues ranging from Dodger Stadium to the Forum, the Hollywood Bowl, Crypto.com Arena, and other locales. The event is scheduled to run until May 8th.

Lily Collins complemented her ensemble with a gold watch and bracelet, and she had a gorgeous French manicure on her nails to complete the appearance.

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With her brown hair down and little make-up on, the To the Bone actress looked stunning at the event, with just a smudge of mascara showing on her lashes.

42-year-old Haddish looked stunning in a one-shoulder blue dress that accentuated her toned arms and showed off her slender physique. Accessories included a crossbody black bag and white hoop earrings.

This time around, the Girls Trip actress styled her blonde hair in waves and accessorized with thick, volumizing eyelashes and a hint of blush pink lipstick.

The writer and producer Norman Lear, 99, who was dressed in a black jacket and a white fedora hat, was also seen mingling with Dave Chappelle at the event.

Jerry Seinfeld, 68, who was dressed in black sunglasses, and a long-sleeve violet shirt, was seen shaking hands with Dave as he proceeded to make his rounds.

Later, the Seinfeld actor was seen having a good time with Ted Sarandos, the Netflix co-chief executive officer, according to reports.