Kate Ceberano joins stars at Scientology gala

Australian singer Kate Ceberano has been accepted into the ranks of Hollywood’s biggest star sect – as proved by her presence at a celebrity-heavy Scientology party in Los Angeles.

The Dancing With The Stars winner joined international A-listers like John Travolta and his wifey, Kelly Preston, Kirstie Alley and Catherine Bell.

And she did not just party – she drew on her DWTS success to entertain the assembled celebrities, kicking up a storm on stage with dancer/choreographer John-Paul Collins.

The party, at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre, was held to mark the 38th anniversary of the controversial religious movement, beloved by an increasing number of stars.

As the senior Australian ambassador, committed Scientologist Ceberano’s presence was clearly felt.

It is believed the re-starting of her career Down Under, with DWTS and her next project – on singing celebs’ show It Takes Two – added to her value to organisers.


Australia’s other best-known Aussie Scientologist – James Packer – was not at the bash, nor was his close pal and fellow member Tom Cruise.

The two blokes have been hanging out in Europe, along with their respective wives Erica Baxter and Katie Holmes, while Cruise films a movie about a plot to kill Hitler.

Among other names who did make it to the Scientology gala were Taylor Dane – who joined Ceberano in the all-star entertainment line-up, by singing – Sofia Milos and Nancy Cartwright.

The party presents a light side of the sect, most recently in the headlines after a British BBC TV reporter threw an incredible tantrum during filming of a documentary on Scientology.

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