Gay Atlanta boys and their leather daddies love a pop diva. So they showed up in force on Saturday for the Eagle's Britney Bash.
The event, now in its fourth year, serves as a summer kick-off for the bar and DJ Pat Scott, who knows exactly how to make dancing queens and bears alike groove together on the dance floor.
The event, hosted by the Atlanta Bucks, also benefited Jerusalem House. Some $985 was donated to the HIV non-profit.
Did we say it's an annual thing? It is.
Photos by James L. Hicks
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