The Atlanta Cotillion donned cowboy hats and boots to launch its 11th season on Saturday, even enlisting a reality show cowboy for a dash of authenticity.
Good Cotillion Belles, a play on ABC’s now-dumped campy “GCB,” brought out the western plaid, boots and more to Urban Body Studios. On hand to lend some gay cowboy appeal was Levi Crocker (top photo center) of Logo’s “The A-List: Dallas.”
The event kicks off an ambitious summer of fundraising for the five debs (top photo). The one who raises the most will take the crown during the annual Cotillion Ball in September; all the funds benefit AID Atlanta. They’ll be aiming to top last year’s record take of $171,028.
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