Kingston Rossdale escorted Gwen Stefani down the red carpet at the third annual Milk + Bookies event in LA on Sunday, while Zuma met his mom and brother inside to hear stories read by stars such as Chris Pine and Eric Stonestreet. See Gwen and Kingston's cute red-carpet stroll and find out which books other famous faces read as children in today's PopSugar Rush.View Transcript »
Hey there, I'm Karli Bulnes. Gwen Stefani brought both of her boys along for a celebrity-filled story time. See their cute red carpet stroll in today's PopSugar Rush. Five-and-a-half-year-old Kingston Rossdale acted as Gwen Stefani's stylish red carpet escort at the third annual Milk + Bookies event in LA on Sunday to help raise awareness about the organization, which facilitates book donations to less fortunate children. Three-and-a-half-year-old Zuma was also in attendance, though he left posing duty to his older bro and rock star mom. PopSugar's Michelle Manning was with Gwen and other famous moms and dads as they headed inside, even spotting hottie Chris Pine steaming things up solo. "Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet and Julie Bowen came out to support the cause, too." The onscreen in-laws were just two of the famous faces who shared their favorite reads as a kid with us. "My favorite children's books were Doctor Seuss books and that All About me, where you get to fill it in, I still have my book about me./I also was a huge fan of early princess stuff, Cinderella, and anything with a horse!" "My book was Where the Red Fern Grows, yeah it's very sad, I remember crying and having to tell everybody have you read the ending yet? So sad!" "I like Where the Wild Things Are./I liked it because the lead character was named Max and I thought it was about me!" "I mean really the books I remember from being a kid were like The Amityville Horror and The Exorcist that's when I was like 10 or 11 years old, that's what I liked to read but I think I was big on Dr. Seuss and Busy Town." Dave Grohl, Eric Stonestreet, and Yo Gabba Gabba's DJ Lance Rock rotated time on stage to recite some stories, along with Mr. Pine, who Max Greenfield said was the object of his daughter's affection! "I'm going to be holding my daughter back from attacking Chris Pine!" In years past, stars such as Jennfier Garner and Ashlee Simpson have lent their support to the cause.