Actress Halle Berry was gorgeous in silk blue dress as she attended the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Image Benefit Fundraiser on yesterday.
Halle Berry was all smiles as she walked the red carpet at the event… and no that is not her wedding ring..it seems as though another ring has replaced it.
Halle look was very comfortable as she stepped onto the carpet at the event…The silk blue dress was accessorized with a greyish blue coat and strappy heels.
In other Halle Berry news People magazine has dug up an old Halle Berry interview that she had done after filing for divorce from then husband David Justice ( a few days ago David Justice went on a twitter rant about his ex for not coming to his defense when folks thought it was him who was hitting on her).
“Why can’t all men be like dogs” Halle asks.
“Why can’t all men be like dogs?” she asks with a sigh. For a moment she is silent. Then, breaking the glum quiet in her vast, art-filled Hollywood Hills living room, she giggles. The truth is, her tiny white Maltese pooches are as close as she gets to a loving snuggle these days. “They are the only men in my life,” she says, “because they have unconditional love.”
Halle said David was her “prince on a white horse”
“This is a painful, painful chapter in my life,” says Berry, who filed for divorce from Justice last month. “For four years David was part of my life, every day, every hour. I do keep telling myself that this is one of life’s lessons,” she softly adds, “and as long as I can learn something from it, then all the pain will be worth it.”
Superstar, supermodel, superwife – a nice life, if you can get it. But as Berry says, she is neither naive nor greedy enough to assume she could have had it all forever. “Success is so fleeting,” she says. “So many people I know have a moment of it and then they look up and it’s gone, and they go, ‘What happened?’ ” Still, as Berry tells it, nothing in the past three years had suggested to her that she’d be sitting alone in the $1.6 million, three-bedroom home the couple bought in 1994 and contemplating divorce.
“It’s something I’m still struggling to understand,” she says. “Every day wasn’t bliss, but I didn’t see that our problems were so great we’d be divorcing.”
Justice, however, told PEOPLE he saw nothing but problems – and says Berry both knew and felt the seriousness of the situation.
“When we were in Bermuda for our anniversary, we both agreed we’d made a mistake with our marriage,” he says. “I was unhappy. She was unhappy. I always felt I was walking on eggshells with her. Everything I did was wrong.”
“She wasn’t the same person I was with before we got married,” he says. “She’d get mad when I watched ESPN. And every time she saw a picture of me with a woman, any woman who might have been standing by my side, she thought I was cheating. She carried a lot of baggage from her previous relationships. She was always suspicious. I’ve never known a girl who could throw a tantrum like she does.”
For years, Berry says, she’d been on the receiving end of manipulation and deceit in relationships. By 1991 a failed romance with actor Wesley Snipes left her “crying all the time,” says a production assistant who worked with Berry onStrictly Business. But the unhappy pattern, Berry says, took a violent turn during the filming of Boy Scout. A boyfriend she refers to as someone well-known in Hollywood hit her so hard her left eardrum was punctured; she lost 80 percent of her hearing in that ear. “I left so fast there were skid marks,” she says. “It never happened to me before – or since.”