As the disco ball spun and twinkled across the main ballroom to Modern English's "I Melt With You," dudes in blowouts, couples in puffy pink prom dresses and white suits, and Jon Bon Jovi doppelgangers got Footloose and partied like it was 1987. An arc of red, white, and yellow balloons and Madonna ... More >>
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