MTV's 'Ikki' Twins Host UFC Party at Sandbar Saturday

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The Ikki twins, who starred in last year's MTV reality show A Double Shot at Love, will host a UFC fight night viewing party at north Scottsdale's Sandbar (10050 North Scottsdale Road, 480-998-8845) on Saturday, April 18.

The busty blonde twins -- Rikki and Vikki -- who took a page from MySpace sensation Tila Tequila, who lost at the game of love on two seasons of "A Shot at Love," searched for love on the bisexual-themed dating competition which pitted 12 lesbians against 12 heterosexual males who competed for their affections.

The UFC party will also feature a performance from Playboy's DJ Tamara and shot specials throughout the night. The fun will kick off at 7 p.m. and it's suggested that patrons arrive early to secure a table.

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