She has just landed her very own late night chat show.
And Busy Philipps had a commanding presence when she joined forces with Selma Blair, Chelsea Handler, Mandy Moore and Ali Larter at the Communities in Schools Annual Celebration, in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
The actress, 38, turned heads in a pretty printed gown with a subtle keyhole neckline as she turned out to support entertainment and fashion marketer Ashlee Margolis, who was honored by Communities In schools at their annual celebration.
Chic: Busy Philipps had a commanding presence when she joined forces with an A-list turnout at the Communities in Schools Annual Celebration, in Los Angeles on Tuesday
Ashlee, founder of The A List, receives the honor for her financial support, her and her company's volunteerism to support career exploration and for providing life changing internships for CISLA students.
Busy matched her cute clutch bag to her pointed white stilettos, which gave some height to her floor-length ensemble.
The He's Just Not That Into You star wore her loose curls tumbling down her shoulders which drew more eyes to her beautiful look.
Wow thing: Selma Blair pulled off a little black number for the star-studded occasion
Looking good: The I Feel Pretty actress, 38, posed with honoree of the CIS event Ashlee Margolis and actress Zoey Deutch
A stark contrast to Busy's pretty pink dress, Selma pulled off a little black number for the star-studded occasion.
The Cruel Intentions star wrapped a dazzling skinny golden belt around her waist, which ensured party-goers paid attention to her petite figure.
For further sparkle, the dress was embellished with stars on the sophisticated collar and on the cuffs to match her star adorned dolly pumps.
Pretty as a picture: The He's Just Not That Into You star wore her loose curls tumbling down her shoulders which drew more eyes to her beautiful look
Big Heart: Entertainment and fashion marketer Ashlee Margolis, founder of The A List was honored by communities in schools at their annual celebration
Woman for the job! Of course Busy picked up the microphone with confidence following the exciting news she has landed her own late night TV spot on E!
Communities In Schools (CIS) is the nation's leading high school dropout prevention program whose mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.
Working nationally with nearly 1.5 million students in 25 states and Washington, D.C., CIS