LOS ANGELES — "The Sex Factor," a Web-based reality competition in search of the next top porn stars, will host an exclusive private premiere party and red carpet event at Lure Nightclub in Hollywood on Sat., May 7 at 8 p.m.
"The Sex Factor" features host Asa Akira, who leads the show's contestants through the competition. Tori Black, Remy LaCroix, Lexi Belle and Keiran Lee serve as mentors, coaches and judges.
Judges and contestants from the show will be available for red carpet interviews, as will executive producer Buddy Ruben.
"We're excited to celebrate with our judges and contestants," Ruben said. "Everyone is looking forward to sharing their unique perspective on the 'Sex Factor' experience."
"The Sex Factor" made national headlines when production was announced, with front-page stories in Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, Daily Mail, Gawker, Daily Beast and the New York Post. "ABC Nightline" did a national TV feature on the series.
The ten-episode original series follows 16 aspiring porn stars, eight male and eight female, who have never been filmed before. They're not "amateurs," but rather, are actual civilians who responded to an open casting call. The contestants compete in increasingly explicit challenges to win their share of a $1 million prize along with instant porn superstardom.
A representative for "The Sex Factor" said, "Fans will appreciate the show's fast-paced action, behind-the-scenes exploits, and the sheer spectacle of porn stars teaching civilians the tricks of the trade. Episodes are filled with hardcore sex, technical coaching, drama and all of the bloopers you'd expect."
To attend this private event, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. All media covering the event should arrive by 7:30 p.m.
Lure Nightclub is located at 1439 Ivar Ave.
Ruben developed "The Sex Factor" while working in San Francisco's tech industry. Ruben's production company was acquired by XHamster.com, and in addition to "The Sex Factor," Ruben and XHamster are developing two new adult reality shows that will be announced in 2017.