The Gay Pimp and a handful of sexy models with their junk packaged in fashionable underwear spiced up the charity fundraiser Big Gay Game Show on Wednesday.
The monthly event, which raises funds for Lost N Found’s efforts to help homeless LGBT teens, injects some gay flair into popular TV game shows of the past. This month, the fun evening at Jungle also served up Jonny McGovern, the gay pop personality who made his first stop in Atlanta.
McGovern told us he was looking forward to some after hours fun when the charity event ended. He apparently enjoyed himself.
And between games, scantily-clad models showed off their assets in sexy underwear during a fashion show from Boy Next Door. Big Gay Game Show premiered in April.
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