The Men of Magic Mike Live Want to Host Your Bachelorette Party

Published on February 2, 2018

Here are some things that make the world a better place: love, quality female friendships, and synchronized sexy dancing to Ginuwine’s “Pony.” Revel in all three by celebrating your bachelorette party at Magic Mike Live in Las Vegas.

The show is the rebel brainchild of Channing Tatum, real-life stripper turned star actor/producer/director, who decided male revues shouldn’t demoralize anyone—on or off stage. In honor of the MML opening, Tatum wrote for Cosmo, “I want women to feel what it’s like to exist in a world where men really listen to them—where they treat them like goddesses and where they can feel comfortable and proud to express the full force of their sexual energy together.” That’s why our boy Tatum polled real ladies about exactly what they wanted from MML with questions like “When was the last time you felt like you were the only woman on earth?” and “How does society influence preconceived notions of men and women?”

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