On Thursday, September 22, Hollywood’s hottest will be taking over the rooftop of the Petersen Automotive Museum to “Get Lucky for Lupus LA!”

Young Hollywood celebrities, athletes, musicians and VIPs will ante up to support Lupus LA at the poker tournament. Guests will enjoy an evening of mixing, mingling and poker playing while overlooking the fabulous Hollywood Hills.

The “Get Lucky for Lupus LA!” celebrity poker tournament and party will also include a silent auction with unique and priceless memorabilia from stars of sports, music, TV and film, a customized photo booth, celebrity deejay and MC, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, music and fun.

Hosted by Karina Smirnoff, and with music by Blake Lewis, expected celebrities at the event include Jason Alexander, Melissa Joan Hart, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Lou Diamond Phillips, Ricki Lake, Joanna Krupa, Ryan Cabrera, Verne Troyer, James Denton, Scott Grimes, Hill Harper, AJ Buckley, Omar Benson Miller, Kellie Martin, Jayde Nicole, Camryn Manheim, Peter Jacobson, Carl Weathers, Ken Davitian, Paul Johannson, Warren Sapp, Derek Hough, Mike Mizanin, Doug Robb, Ryan Eggold, Arianne Zucker, Jose Canseco, Ben Lyons, C Thomas Howell, Roger Cross, DJ Dwrek, Aaron Hill, Michael Trucco, Meredith Monroe, Andrew Gunsberg, Cassie Scerbo, Joel David Moore, Richard Karn, Corey Feldman, Gilles Marini, Stephen Bishop, Keri Whitman, Josh Altman, Aly Michalka, Tiffany Michelle, Jamie Gold and Jeff Madsen and many others.

The event starts at 7pm, with tickets priced at $100 to party and $250 to play. For more information, click here.

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