DNCE, Joe Jonas and Saint John’s Health Center Foundation
Powerhouse team Jackie Watson, the french reporter, and director/rock n’roll star ‘Ray, Ray’ were on the red carpet at the Saint John’s Health Center Foundation Gala. The black-tie event was held on October 24, 2015 at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills.
The event honored Wendy Goldstein, executive vice president and head of urban A&R at Republic Records; civic leader Raylene Meyer and husband Bruce Meyer, president, Meyer Pacific; and philanthropist Merle Mullin and husband Peter Mullin, co-founder and chairman of the board of M Financial Holdings and chairman of Mullin │ Barens │ Sanford Financial.
The evening was full of magical moments with lots of dancing, food, fellowship and entertainment.
Jackie spoke with many celebrities and attendees such as Kate Prudente, Jane and Marcel Loh, Wendy Goldstein, and Joe Jonas (the frontman for DNCE).
Jackie also celebrated the one-year anniversary of her first meeting with the fabulous Dr. Lawrence Piro, who by the way was dually dressed in a fashionable attire combo of Dolce & Gabbana and Dior. An abundance of kisses were in order and the two reminisced about the days gone by. Sigh!
And, as luck would have it, just before the stroke of midnight, Jackie met the real prince charming; his royal highness Prince Mario Max Schaunburg-Lippe. But the fairy tale was not quite played out the way it should have been. Jackie kept her composure and her shoes on—not quite the Cinderella story that we were all hoping for. But alas, an introduction was made and Jackie was able to strike up a conversation with the comely prince.
But the evening was not quite complete without the featured performances by DNCE, Joe Jonas and Rock n’ Rolls newest star ‘Ray, Ray’ who rocked the house and had the crowd rollin’ on their heels. Stay tuned for more information on ‘Ray, Ray’ and his debut album, “Dancin’ with My Mannequin” which will be released in stores very soon.
For more information on the Saint John’s Health Center, please visit their website at www.california.providence.org/saint-johns
—Written by: Valerie Roop