Haute Event: Laura Croft Kicks Off ‘Night School 4 Girls’ with Holly Madison, Josh Strickland and Angel Porrino

Laura Croft at “Night School 4 Girls” at Excalibur in Las Vegas.

Laura Croft’s “Night School 4 Girls” celebrated its grand opening Friday with Croft’s friends and co-stars from E!’s “Holly’s World,” Holly Madison, Angel Porrino and Josh Strickland. The four pals hammed it up for media, posing with pink and purple feather boas and strutting their stuff on the dance pole.

Now offering afternoon classes for women to let loose and release their inner bombshell, “Night School 4 Girls” features real Las Vegas showgirls teaching ladies visiting the destination for bachelorette parties or any girls’ trip to Sin City how to burlesque and dance on the pole. As the “party expert,” Croft offers tips for ladies to have a great time while out on the Las Vegas Strip.

Madison wore an emerald green Laundry by Shelli Segal dress with jeweled Roberto Cavalli heels. Croft wore a pink and white striped Betsey Johnson dress, Chinese Laundry white stiletto pumps and jewelry by Tarina Tarantino. The “Thunder from Down Under” hunks and sexy “Fantasy” ladies also attended the grand opening of Night School 4 Girls, posing for photos on the pole for media.

Changing things up for the class, Croft dressed in a bedazzled “Night School 4 Girls” hot pink lace back tank-top, and cast mates warmed up with boas taking fun and flirty photos before learning the sultry moves of burlesque and pole-style dancing from pro-instructor, Erin, a former NBA cheerleader. Croft loosened up with a sexy Vegas striptease and developed new sensual showgirl moves.

The three friends took advantage of Croft’s class, shimmying in boas as they learned burlesque, and even trying out a few moves on the pole. As the Night School instructor, Erin, called out to the class, “Work it, ladies!” Strickland added, “And man,” as he took a turn swinging around the pole. Porrino stood nearby laughing hysterically as Strickland outperformed everyone in the class. Fans agreed that Croft was the ideal party expert for “Night School 4 Girls.” “If you look up party in the dictionary, you’ll see a picture of Laura Croft,” said Porrino.

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