Last night at the KFC Yum! Center, the musical powerhouses of the New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys (aka NKOTBSB) crooned, winked, gyrated and grabbed their crotches to delight of throngs of screaming girls.
I'll be at the Yum Center rocking out in my Hypercolor t-shirt, Scrunchie and K-Swiss shoes.
Guests partied until late in the night on Friday at the Derby Eve Gala. The bash was held at the historic Seelbach Hotel. Though sadly, Jay Gatsby failed to make an appearance, many other guests kicked up their dancing shoes for a night of rollicking fun.
I learned two new things at Friday night's Julep Ball. One: black tie is totally open to interpretation. Two: as is the definition of celebrity during Derby season.
While other Derby-eve events are known for its throngs of star-studded celebrities, this party will be sure to please its devoted crowd with fabulous gourmet food, show-stopping entertainment and just plain fun.
This year's celebrity guest list is about as colorful and diverse as the city of Louisville. An eclectic blend of entertainers, scientists, athletes and writers will storm the red carpet and hobnob with guests all night long at The Julep Ball.
In a recent article, Forbes magazine ranked Louisville the 38th best (or 13th worst depending on how you look at it) out of the 50 largest cities for working moms.
For years, Louisvillians have overlooked the leering of creepy, old men drinking coffee even in 100 degree weather at the Mid-City Mall.
Never mind the fact that a doubloon doesn't equal a dollar. The Frazier's letting everyone in for just a buck!