Hollywood – On Wednesday night, a Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser was held at Lexington Social House for the many victims that were affected by this horrific storm.
Lexington Social House team members and New York natives, Junella Chin, Tanjee Mahdavi, and Jeremy Chin hosted this charity event along with Wilmer Valderamma for the countless number of Hurricane Sandy sufferers.
The night kicked off with DJs Chris Kennedy, Edski, and Bobby Normound playing music for the crowd as guests sipped Patron and Svedka cocktails. Mark Foster, from band Foster the People, was the surprise musical guest of the night.
Guests in attendance included Rumer Willis, Wilmer Valderamma (That 70s Show), Mark Foster (Foster the People), Lance Bass (Recording Artist), Drake Bell (Ultimate Spider-Man), Ryan McPartlin (J. Edgar), Jennifer Gimenez (Blow), Chris Masterson (DJ), Edski (DJ), Bobby Normound (DJ), Danny Boy (House of Pain), Cris Judd (Choreographer) and many more!
Rumer Willis and her boyfriend of three months, Jayson Blair, attended the Lexington Social House Hurricane Sandy Fundraiser. The pair didn’t seem like their normal PDA-filled selves as they talked separately to party goers and barely looked in each other’s direction. Rumer and Jayson scooted out to valet soon after the event had begun. We hope there isn’t trouble in paradise already for these two lovebirds!
Host of the night and ‘That 70s Show‘ star, Wilmer Valderamma seemed to be in good spirits. He was seen chatting and laughing with good friend, Chris Masterson (DJ Chris Kennedy) and taking photos with partygoers. Usually very suave with the ladies, Wilmer stayed close to his male friends throughout the night and seemed to be avoiding any flirting temptations from women partygoers. Could the rumors be true? Have Wilmer and Demi Lovato rekindled their romance?
Special guest of the night and lead singer of band Foster the People, Mark Foster, surprised guests with an acoustic performance. Celebrity guests such as Wilmer Valderamma, Lance Bass, and Drake Bell were seen dancing throughout Mark Foster’s performance.