President Obama will make up a postponed Hollywood fundraiser at the home of "Friends" co-creator Marta Kauffman later this month, according to a report in Variety

The $32,400-per-plate event to benefit the Democratic National Committee had originally been slated for early September. But the president was forced to scrap his trip to Los Angeles ahead of a congressional vote to authorize a military strike against Syria.

That vote was eventually postponed, after the Assad regime agreed to a deal that averted U.S. action in exchange for turning over its chemical weapons stockpile.

The glitzy roundtable discussion will take place at the home of "Friends" producer Marta Kauffman on the morning of Nov. 26. 

The president will also appear at an event benefiting House Democrats the prior day at the Los Angeles home of NBA legend Magic Johnson. Tickets to that event range between $2,500 to $15,000 per person. 

Later that day, Obama will attend a dinner at the home of Hollywood producer Haim Saban. Saban's company owns Spanish-language television channel Univison and produces children's television shows, including the popular "Power Rangers" franchise.

Tickets to that event start at $16,200 per person, or $32,400 per couple, according to the Hollywood trade publication.