Michael B. Jordan and Serena Williams kicking off Vanity Fair's virtual conversation series

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Michael B. Jordan and tennis ace Serena Williams are sitting down for a virtual conversation next week to help kick off Vanity Fair's Cocktail Hour Live! series.

The three-day event will feature various celebrities in discussion with either one another or reporters, as well as cocktail recipes and musical performances.

Jordan will launch the festivities with Williams on 13 April, when Gal Gadot and Andra Day will also take part in separate chats with Vanity Fair correspondents, and Transparent stars Kathryn Hahn and Judith Light will catch up online.

Laura Dern will top the second night of events in an interview with Vanity Fair's editor-in-chief Radhika Jones, while Judas and the Black Messiah director Shaka King will touch base with comedian Ziwe, and Glenn Close will host a costume retrospective with designer Ann Roth and collaborator James Nadeaux.

There will also be a game night segment featuring Jessica Alba, Eva Longoria, Kelly Rowland, and The Crown's Emma Corrin, before Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore headline the fun on 15 April.

Paris Hilton, Sacha Baron Cohen, and director Jon M. Chu are all on the bill for the final night of Cocktail Hour Live!, as are Haim and Maya Rudolph, who will face off in a game of trivia against Andy Samberg and his The Lonely Island bandmates.

Each night of programming will begin at 7pm ET. For tickets and more information, visit vfcocktailhourlive.com.

A portion of proceeds will benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund to help support Covid-19 relief efforts.