Brittany Andrews Joins the Manhattan Madam for Players Ball

NEW YORK CITY—Adult superstar and AVN Hall of Fame performer-turned-celebrity-DJ Miss Brittany Andrews has teamed up with infamous "Manhattan Madam" and 2010 New york gubernatorial candidate Kristin Davis to host the annual Players Ball and to celebrate Miss Davis’ birthday. This event will take place at New York’s Hotel Chantelle this Friday, September 23, with open bar and press meet-and-greet from 9-10 p.m., and the Players Ball starting directly afterward—costumes encouraged! Wear your best Pimp & Ho outfits and prepare to have a fun evening.

The Players Ball is open to the public with a $20 entrance fee. Proceeds will go to Jordan Suppino’s fight against cancer.

Fresh from gigs in Ibiza and London, DJ Miss B will be spinning a sizzling exclusive Pimps & Hos themed DJ set during the event. Don't miss the chance to speak to Kristin about her upcoming book, Sex Secrets—and feel free to ask her questions about recently revealed client DSK and interview her co-hosts: Roger Stone, political consultant to Donald Trump, and reality TV star/Penthouse Pet Anju McIntyre. Additional guests attending will include adult stars Alexis Ford, Lauren London, Natasha Star, Jennifer Buonagurio from The Bad Girls Club Season 6, sex columnist Lola Bastinado, and the notorious Pablo Escobar Jr.

The Players Ball is an annual gathering of pimps and hos originally held in Chicago. The party has been a yearly tradition since 1974. The idea stemmed from a scene in the 1973 Blaxploitation film, The Mack, in which the lead character, a pimp named Goldie, attends the Players Ball in Oakland, California. The Player's Ball was shown in the HBO documentary Pimps Up, Hoes Down and the Hughes Brothers' documentary American Pimp.

Hotel Chantelle is located at 92 Ludlow Street (off of Rivington) in downtown New York City.

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