After ten long years, the infamous Just Cocktails with the Stars has returned to Micky’s WeHo with a new host and new lineup of adult industry content creators. This month, they are partnering with the non-profit Central City Neighborhood Partners for a back-to-school drive on Wednesday, August 30th in the upper level of Micky’s, located at 8857 Santa Monica Boulevard.
School supply donations will be accepted as popular adult stars Taylor Reign and Chris Stewart take the stage with host Alexander Rodriguez to chat about careers, give sex tips, play some naughty games, and interact with the audience. Doors open at 6 pm, show starts at 7 pm. Booze and boys are on the menu. Presented by JustFor.Fans
Originally created by Will Clark in the 90s, Cocktails with the Stars (now titled Just Cocktails with the Stars) enjoyed a long run with Jason Sechrest and Scotty B taking over the reins. This summer, after a decade, Micky’s manager Adam Eramian has brought the show back with on-air personality Alexander Rodriguez hosting and, together with JustFor.Fans, has increased the scope of adult film stars to include popular personalities from JustFor.Fans. So far, the event has included appearances from Chris Damned, Theo Brady, Adam Ramzi, Cole Connor, Michael Boston, AJ Sloan, and more! Keeping with the show’s popular tradition, the night boasts strong drinks, fun audience interaction, and a dash of naughtiness.
“I am excited for Alexander to take over where I left off over ten years ago; I can’t see anyone else do this but him,” said Predecessor host Scotty B. “The new show concept is a fantastic idea; when I was hosting the show the porn stars would show up and have a great time and meet their fans, but now content creators can actually meet fans and gain new fans which equals subscribers and direct money for them.”
For this year’s Back to School Drive, the event is partnering with Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP), a Los Angeles leading non-profit organization advancing systemic change to benefit low-income communities through collaborations. Attendees are being asked to donate any type of school supplies.