Karlie and Lara takes fans behind the scenes of amfAR gala

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The ladies of L'Oreal have shared behind the scenes snaps of Thursday night's amfAR gala, using social media to include their fans in the evening's festivities. Karlie Kloss and Lara Stone both posted dubsmash videos, which showed the group of L'Oreal ambassadors lip-syncing to the Spice Girls and Salt N Pepa.

The funny videos saw Karlie and Lara joined by Doutzen Kroes, Eva Longoria, Natasha Poly, Barbara Palvin, Isabel Fontana, and Soo Moo as they danced and sang along to Nineties hits Wannabe and Push It.


"L'Oreal Girls Have More Fun", Karlie captioned her video, while Lara playfully hashtagged her video "#becausewereallyreallywant".

Lara, who was gorgeous in a gold Grecian-style wrap dress, also posted a snap of the group acting up for the camera, writing: "Mahalo Cannes, it was real. Had the best few days with all these amazing ladies".

Eva's picture simply said: "I love these girls".


The eight L'Oreal ambassadors were clearly having the time of their lives at the annual gala, which raised over $30 million for amfAR's AIDS research programs and the search for a cure.

Dressed to the nines, Karlie was stunning in a champagne-hued Tom Ford dress with a choker collar, while Eva wore a unique sea-blue Georges Hobeika gown.

It came after a week of red carpet commitments saw many of the new generation of the world's most in-demand supermodels let their hair down at the event which is held in the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.


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What their Instagram snaps didn't show however was some of their impressive dance moves, which they showed off on the dancefloor as the annual charity event got into full swing.

There they were joined by Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, and Jourdan Dunn as well as singer Robin Thicke, who looked delighted to be dancing alongside the supermodels.

The evening's festivities were curated by Carine Roitfeld and guests were treated to live music from Mark Ronson, Imagine Dragons, Mary J. Blige and Charlie XCX.

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