VIEW MORE PHOTOS | Boyz Gone Wild with Rockstars Production @ Jungle
With more than a half-dozen guys in form-fitting underwear, a packed crowd, free-flowing cocktails and thumping beats, Rockstars Production pushed its gay MLK Weekend slate of nightlife events into overdrive on Friday.
The models were on hand to show off the work of Atlanta fashion designer Lee Gregory and show it off they did. The fast-paced runway show proved to be a crowd favorite.
The beats of DJ Angel and DJ Tron kept the capacity crowd at Jungle on the dance floor. Two well-muscled go-go boys on boxes didn’t hurt, either.
Rockstars kept a busy pace over the holiday weekend, opening with Boyz Gone Wild on Friday, shifting to Club 595 on Saturday and closing with the International Male 2012 Main Event on Sunday.
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