Matt Goss, a modern day Frank Sinatra, brought Old Hollywood glamour to LA to support Both Ends Burning Foundation and give children a voice to the world. With a packed house, Matt Goss played a full concert at the W Hollywood to benefit this organization’s mission of helping orphaned children find loving homes. Both Ends Burning seeks to eliminate the institutionalization of children and the devastating effects that result. Both Ends Burning believes every child has the right to a permanent loving family.
The Caesars Palace headliner Matt Goss sang favorites such as Luck be the Lady and Hotel California as well as his personal hits such as When Will I be Famous, Lovely Las Vegas and The Day we Met from his new Album Life you Imagine. Goss also sang These Arms of Mine while celebrity trainer, philanthropist, and the host of the event Grace Lazenby lead her Rat Pack of models (Mercedes Yvette, Sabina Gadecki, Hannah Kat Jones and Katherine Bailess) in a candle light vigil with children from 5 different countries, including Both Ends Burning founder Craig Junctanen’s three children, Amalec, Espie and Quinn. The crowd was tearing and mesmorized by the moment. Matt Goss will be bringing more of his magic to LA during his residency in Beverly Hills in the next few months.
Lazenby styled her Rat Pack from top designers such as Pierre Balmain, Again, and Alexander Wang from KIN Los Angeles, Lazenby’s go-to boutique in LA. Lazenby’s Bridgette Bardot look was a combination of Hair by Joseph Chase and Makeup by Nars on Melrose. She designed each model to represent the Glamour of Old Hollywood. Before and after the show guests tried their luck on the roulette and black jack tables.
A hundred percent of the proceeds went to Both Ends Burning. If you missed this classy sassy evening for the children, you can still support this amazing organization by being a Global Child Protector for only $5.00 a month, less than a latte at Starbucks. Please click HERE for more information.