When in Vegas! Cheryl Hines plays poker with Coolio as she hosts charity tournament

She may be a Kennedy now, but Cheryl Hines still likes to party.

And when in Vegas for the weekend, what else is to be done but to hit the tables? 

But rather than spending a fortune, the 49-year-old actress was raising cash for charity, as she hosted the All-In For Cerebral Palsy Celebrity Poker Tournament. 

For the cause: Cheryl Hines served as co-host of the 7th Annual All-In For Cerebral Palsy Celebrity Poker Tournament presented by the One Step Closer Foundation in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday

For the cause: Cheryl Hines served as co-host of the 7th Annual All-In For Cerebral Palsy Celebrity Poker Tournament presented by the One Step Closer Foundation in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday

The two-time Emmy nominee, whose nephew has the disorder, served as co-host at the star-studded event held inside the Bally's Hotel & Casino.

Cheryl showed off her fashion flair dressed in a glittery silver blouse underneath a white structured jacket.

The Curb Your Enthusiasm star styled her look with a pair of fitted black jeans and black boots. 

Shimmery spotlight: The 49-year-old actress dressed in a glittery silver blouse, white structured jacket and pair of black skinny jeans

Shimmery spotlight: The 49-year-old actress dressed in a glittery silver blouse, white structured jacket and pair of black skinny jeans

She wore her long blonde locks around her shoulders and accessorized the ensemble with diamond tear drop earrings.

Cheryl's husband Robert F Kennedy Jr, who she married earlier this year, was not present. 

At the charity event, Cheryl was joined by celebrity poker enthusiasts Mekhi Phifrer, Dean Cain, Montel Williams and Coolio.

Selfie with the stars! Cheryl shared this selfie photo of her and Coolio on Twitter

Selfie with the stars! Cheryl shared this selfie photo of her and Coolio on Twitter

Learning from the pro: The Curb Your Enthusiasm star posed with professional poker player Jamie Gold on the red carpet

Learning from the pro: The Curb Your Enthusiasm star posed with professional poker player Jamie Gold on the red carpet

The players tried their best hands at No Limit Texas Hold-Em Poker to take home the grand prize of $25,000.

The One Step Closer Foundation is a non-profit organization that strives to ease the lives of those with Cerebral Palsy and raise money to assist families of those with the disorder.

Cheryl shared a selfie from the event on her Twitter account.

'Just me & #coolio playing poker. My usual Saturday,' she wrote along with the photo.

All black everything: Jennifer Tilly and Phil Laak coordinated in black ensembles

Also at the event: Alison Waite showed off ample cleavage in a plunging red dress 

All black everything: Jennifer Tilly and Phil Laak coordinated in black ensembles

All black everything: Jennifer Tilly and Phil Laak coordinated in black ensembles

The cause hits close to home for the actress, who has used her star power over the years to raise awareness and funds to find a cure for CP.

She has worked with United Cerebral Palsy ever since her nephew was diagnosed with the disorder and even serves on the Board of Trustees for UCP.

More support: Alicia Webb was also in attendance at the charity function

More support: Alicia Webb was also in attendance at the charity function

 

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