Sean Penn and Charlize Theron share a laugh together.
Charlize Theron stepped out on Saturday night for Sean Penn's 3rd annual Help Haiti Home gala in Beverly Hills at the Montage hotel.
The duo — who vacationed in Hawaii over the holidays and have been spotted together over the past several weeks — never left each other's sides.
Sean and Charlize (who brought along her mom!) sat next to each other at the same table, and there was no shortage of PDA. The duo kissed, cuddled, and looked quite comfortable together. In fact, Sean even alluded to the positive influence Charlize has had on him during a speech on stage.
While discussing his views on guns the "self proclaimed alpha male" revealed his mind was changed, "about something like guns, by a strong woman. A beautiful South African woman."
The always gorgeous Theron watched on smiling … before getting into a bidding war with her famous table neighbor.
Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow — who rivaled Charlize and Sean for the cutest PDA-filled couple — were seated nearby at table 13 along with Anderson Cooper, Chris Hemsworth and his wife, Elsa Pataky.
The Coldplay crooner and the South African stunner got into it over a Banksy “Balloon for Haiti” painting. Martin came out victorious, paying around $650,000.
That wasn't the only celeb-on-celeb auction action.
Penn gave up his 67 guns to artist Jeff Koons to create a one-of-a-king “decommissioned commission” for one lucky bidder. This is what prompted the bidding war between Anderson Cooper and Piers Morgan. Cooper nabbed the artwork, dropping around at $1.4 million.
In the midst of all of that, a text message from Charlie Sheen (who was unable to attend) was read where he pledged $500,000.
The vibes were so good, it even made Emma Thompson proclaim, "I want to go to f--king Haiti… I’m here for Awards Season, and tonight is the first time I’m having a good time.”
Other guests in attendance: Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, Eric Dane, Michael Douglas, Idris Elba, Rebecca Gayheart, Goldie Hawn, Diane Kruger, Steve McQueen, Bette Midler, Adam Scott, Kyra Sedgwick, Sarah Silverman, David Spade, Oliver Stone, Emma Thompson, Uma Thurman, and Allison Williams.