Kevin Bacon, Stephen Baldwin and Donald Trump were just some of the stars who re-created the magic of Studio 54 last night, when Sirius XM reunited with members of the original team that worked behind the scenes at the famed New York City club during its 1977-1981 heyday to re-create the iconic '70s nightlife glamour for one night only. The special event was in celebration of the launch of Studio 54 Radio, a 24/7 commercial-free channel devoted to the best classic dance and disco as a tribute to the music often played in the legendary club. The channel will air music that comes from the vaults and special record collections of insiders, much of which has never been heard since the club's doors shut.
The celebrity guests were clearly in a nostalgic mood, remembering the iconic club known for its beautiful and famous partiers, which reportedly included superstars Liza Minnelli, Deborah Harry, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Andy Warhol.
"I just remember people who love dancing," Baldwin told ET. "It seems like the authenticity of that has been lost. I mean clubs are clubs, but there ain't nothing like Studio 54."
Kevin Bacon fondly recalled to ET his memories of trying to get into Studio 54 before he was famous.
"I started coming here when I first moved to New York, I remember standing right out here and hoping I would get picked," he smiled. "I was just a kid, I came here all by myself, and danced by myself and had a great time."
Check out the video to hear Susan Lucci and Donald Trump reminisce about their own Studio 54 days, as well as Trump's thoughts on the upcoming season of The Celebrity Apprentice.