Matt Goss -Both Ends Burning charity
A Night with Matt Goss: Music and Fashion event for the Both Ends Burning charity
“A Night with Matt Goss,” which took place on Wednesday, October 15th, at the W Hotel in Hollywood, was a night of decadence and glamour that brought the shine of Las Vegas to Los Angeles. The evening featured Caesars Palace headliner and “The New Leader of the Rat Pack,” Matt Goss, giving an amazing performance and the beautiful ladies of Rockin’ Models attending the show in style.
Matt is currently starring in commercials for Ciroc and the Caesars Palace and has performed at the Lincoln Theater for the Troops, Good Morning America, and the Queen Latifah Show. He has also performed for an audience of 50,000 in Times Square for the Revlon Run-Walk. All of the glitz-and-glam was for a good cause with 100% of the evening’s proceeds going to the Both Ends Burningcharity. Both Ends Burning is an organization that is passionate about and dedicated to defending every child’s human right to a permanent and loving family. The purpose of Both Ends Burning is to protect and advocate for the rights of orphaned children and aims to end the institutionalization of children and the devastating effects that this broken cycle causes.
The evening was hosted by philanthropist, host, and celebrity trainer Grace Lazenby and by Craig Juntunen, who is the president and founder of Both Ends Burning. Guests enjoyed cocktails, music, and reserved seating in the swanky area of the W Hotel called, “The Living Room.” Outside on the private patio area we enjoyed roulette, black jack, and casino tables along with a celebrity red carpet. Celebrity guests that were slated to attend included Alanis Morissette, Witney Carson, Kevin Connolly, Mayte Garcia, Jessica Canseco, Jimmy Jean–Louis, Jared Ward, Chantal Kreviazuk, Raine Maida, Jaime Murray, April Wilker, and more. The featured Rockin’ Models were Mercedes Yvette, Sabina Gadecki, Hannah Kat Jones, and Katherine Bailess, along with children from around the world that showcased their Rat Pack-inspired designs. It was an evening of fashion and music to serve children in need, it doesn’t get anymore glamorous than that.
By; Candy Washington