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Carnegie Deli at The Mirage Holds Inaugural Pickle Eating Contest

For the first time, Carnegie Deli at The Mirage partnered with ALL PRO Eating to host a pickle eating contest on Friday afternoon, May 13, similar to the one held each year at Carnegie Deli’s original location in New York City. The contest featured a combination of professional and amateur eaters, many coming from around the country, competing for a $2,000 cash prize pool.


Jammin' Joe Larue

Terry Fator, Jammin' Joe Larue and Rick Moonen

Jammin’ Joe Larue from North Kentucky broke the world record for the most pickles eaten in five minutes! He had a weigh-in of exactly four pounds of pickles and took home the grand prize of $1,000 cash. The previous world record was 3.15 pounds held by the founder of ALL PRO Eating and emcee of the event Arnie “Chowhound” Chapman. Each contestant had a celebrity judge to cheer them on. Larue’s celebrity judge was food critic and writer John Curtas who excitedly cheered him on throughout the contest.

Other celebrity judges on hand were Terry Fator and Taylor Makakoa of Terry Fator: Ventriloquism in Concert at The Mirage, Chef Rick Moonen of rm seafood at Mandalay Bay, Kevin Burke of Defending the Caveman, food writer Al Mancini and cast members from Thunder from Down Under at Excalibur and FANTASY at Luxor.

Wounded Veterans Honored With High-Roller Weekend at The Palazzo Las Vegas

In celebration of Armed Forces Day, on Friday afternoon, May 20 The Palazzo Las Vegas, along with Southwest Airlines and the Armed Forces Foundation, welcomed our nation’s wounded veterans with a red carpet reception. Nearly 70 wounded warriors and their families were flown in from military hospitals in Washington D.C. and San Antonio, Tex. to Las Vegas for a weekend of world-class dining, lavish accommodations and first-class entertainment.

Upon arriving by police motorcade escort, the troops were greeted at The Palazzo with more than 1,000 Palazzo and Venetian team members and guests that lined the casino floor, cheering and waving American flags. Many with tears in their eyes, stopped soldiers to say “thank you” and chanted “U-S-A” as the troops made their way through the crowd into The Palazzo’s atrium gardens, that was fittingly adorned in gorgeous red, white and blue.

With a 600-square-foot American flag as a staggering backdrop, the Nellis Air Force Base Honor Guard presented the Colors while the students from the Adelson Educational Campus led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. Lining both levels of the atrium area, guests were left in awe after the cast of “Jersey Boys” sang a stirring rendition of the National Anthem.

Philanthropists Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Las Vegas Sands, Sen. Dean Heller, Southwest Airlines’ Jimbo Larsen, and the Patricia Driscoll, President and Executive Director of the Armed Forces Foundation, all addressed the veterans, expressing gratitude for their courage and sacrifice.

The welcome I received at The Palazzo is monumental, something I have never seen before,” said Sgt. Johnny Jones, an explosives disposal expert in the United States Marine Corps, who lost both legs while deployed in Afghanistan. His fiancée, Meg Garrison, was also in shock over the overwhelming amount of support, saying “I’ve never seen this many people in my life! The troops deserve so much and we’re thankful to The Palazzo for giving us this amazing weekend.”

This weekend marks the sixth time Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson, with The Sands Foundation, have hosted the nation’s wounded warriors at the property.

During their weekend stay, the troops were treated to The Palazzo’s lavish accommodations, tours of the Las Vegas Strip, tickets to Blue Man Group at The Venetian and the Tony Award-winning “Jersey Boys,” the ultimate sports fan experience at Lagasse’s Stadium, gourmet cookout hosted by Omaha Steaks at The Pools of The Palazzo and services at Canyon Ranch SpaClub among others.

Police motorcade leading the troops from McCarran Airport arrives at The Palazzo Las Vegas
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

Sgt. Johnny Jones is welcomed to The Palazzo Las Vegas by cheering team members and guests
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

Airmen welcome the wounded veterans in The Palazzo’s red, white and blue decorated atrium and gardens
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

The Palazzo’s “Jersey Boys” sing the National Anthem
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

The crowd of wounded veterans, guests and team members cheering during the ceremony
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson, chief executive officer and chairman of the board of Las Vegas Sands Corp. address the crowd
Photo credit: Jake Andrzejczak, Images of Vegas/ IS Photography

Newly Restyled Oprah Figure Inducted Into the “Spirit of America” Room at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

A newly restyled “Oprah Winfrey” wax figure was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas (located at the Venetian Hotel and Casino) and inducted into the attraction’s Spirit of America room on Tuesday, May 24, the day before the airing of her last TV show. The induction is a nod to the great achievements that Oprah Winfrey has made during her illustrious career within the fields of television, entertainment and philanthropy - joining other iconic American figures such as John F. Kennedy, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Martin Luther King, Jr., John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe and President Barack Obama.

Oprah Winfrey is a supporter of the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs, and Molly Latham, Vice President of Program Services with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada, was in attendance to help unveil the figure. In support, Madame Tussauds has agreed to donate $1 from each ticket sold to local Nevadans through the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada organization, via a special redemption discount flyer or mention of the promotion at the box office, from May 23rd - June 1st.

Photo credit:
© Erik Kabik/ Retna/

Photo credit: © Erik Kabik/ Retna/

“We are honoring Oprah for her show’s 25 years of success and the extensive charitable contributions she’s made over the years,” says Madame Tussauds General Manager, Rosita Chapman. “She is a role model to all and an extraordinary inspiration.”

Following the unveiling guests at the attraction were invited to view Oprah’s final show, live from the Spirit of America room on Wednesday, May 25th.

Over 100 world-famous figures are featured at the attraction at one time, in various themed areas. Among its recent debut figures in Las Vegas were Gwen Stefani and Eva Longoria.

General admission $25.00, Seniors (60+) $18.00, Students (13 & up) $18.00, N.V. residents $18.00, Children (7-12) $15.00, Children 6 and under are free.

Disney's THE LION KING at Mandalay Bay Welcomes Its One Millionth Guest with Ultimate Summer Vacation Package

As part of its two-year anniversary celebration.DISNEY'S HE LION KING at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino welcomed its one millionth guest Saturday, May 21 during “Fan Appreciation Month”. THE LION KING’s run in Las Vegas marks the production’s longest sit-down engagement off Broadway in North America.

The Welch family of Las Vegas was chosen as the lucky winner and received an ultimate summer getaway. The family – comprised of parents Robert and Shaneka, and daughters Rachael, 7, and Kaitlynn, 6 – saw THE LION KING for the first time as their Mother’s Day gift to Shaneka. The 16-year Vegas residents’ prize package includes an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City where they will enjoy Disney’s Mary Poppins and THE LION KING on Broadway. Before jetting off to the Big Apple, the family will celebrate with a relaxing two-night staycation at Mandalay Bay in a luxurious suite.


“I saw THE LION KING for the first time [today], and it was fantastic,” said winner Robert Welch. “It’s unbelievable [to be the millionth guest]; I’m shocked and amazed; I can’t believe it. Shaneka added, “The stage, the settings, the costumes - everything was just so beautiful and beyond what I would’ve imagined at all. It was great how they transformed you into the world, and the music was beautiful; it was an amazing show.”

Thomas Schumacher, producer of THE LION KING and president of Disney Theatrical Group said, “We’d like to thank the Las Vegas locals and tourists who’ve embraced THE LION KING at Mandalay Bay, helping us to reach this significant milestone.”

Additional recent and upcoming “happenings” in and around Las Vegas include:

DON ARDEN, Owner of the Fitzgerald Casino in downtown Las Vegas, passed away on Thursday, May 19. He was 67. It was reported he died from complications of lung cancer, two days after he was admitted to Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit, according to Barden Companies. In 1997, he told the Associated Press, "I'm on a mission to prove that a poor, young African-American from a very large family, from humble beginnings, can rise to the top in America in a free enterprise system.” He went on to accomplish that as a successful businessman. Condolences goes out to his wife and extended members of his family and friends.

BLUE MAN GROUP teamed up with THREE SQUARE for a Summer Stock Up food drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Saturday, May 21. In support of the nonprofit organization, Blue Man Group encouraged locals to bring nonperishable food items to the Blue Man Group Theatre inside The Venetian in exchange for one complimentary ticket to the show and a 15 percent off coupon to the retail store. Patrons donated a variety of items including cereal boxes, fruit cups, granola and breakfast bars, crackers, cookie packs, juice packs, sunflower seed packets, canned fruit, trail mix, raisins and more. Over 6,230 pounds of food was collected during the four hour food drive which is the equivalent to 4,872 meals. The food will benefit children from low income homes, who are unable to take advantage of school lunch programs due to summer break.

Locals who were unable to attend the food drive can still participate in Blue Man Group’s summer fundraiser to help Three Square. Fans can use the discount code “3 SQUARE LOCALS 50” to receive 50 percent off Blue and Red Zone tickets for shows now through Sunday, June 19. Blue Man Group will donate 50 percent of the proceeds raised from tickets purchased, up to $10,000, using the special code to Three Square. For more information regarding Blue Man Group’s Summer Stock Up program visit . To purchase tickets, call (702) 414-9001 or visit any Venetian or Palazzo Box Office.

Food collected from Blue Man Group’s Summer Stock Up on May 21

Photo credit:
Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Volunteer helps with food collected
Photo credit: Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Blue Man Group fans show off their free ticket after donating to Three Square
Photo credit: Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Blue Man Group fans donate to the Summer Stock Up for Three Square
Photo credit: Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Blue Man Group fans donate to the Summer Stock Up for Three Square
Photo credit: Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Volunteers from Blue Man Group, Three Square and Hard Rock Café help load the food collected onto the Three Square truck
Photo credit: Jim Oberg / Las Vegas Photo and Video

Music legend, DMC from the iconic group Run-DMC, will perform at LAX NIGHTCLUB inside Luxor Hotel and Casino on Wednesday, May 25.

The all-female American rock band THE GO GO'S will bring its greatest hits to the Mandalay Bay Beach as part of the 2011 LANDSHARK LAGER BEACH CONCERT SERIES. The show will kick off Memorial Day weekend with a performance Friday, May 27, scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. Tickets are priced at $27.50, not including applicable service charges.

VEGAS! THE SHOW!, the hottest stage production on the Strip, is celebrating a major milestone on May 25… its 500th performance at the Saxe Theater inside Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. The large scale production features a cast of more than 40 singers, dancers, showgirls and live big band orchestra, that takes the audience on a journey through the “glory days” of Las Vegas, to a time when The Rat Pack ruled and glamorous showgirls packed showrooms to Elvis’ big comeback.

BODY & SOUL starring song and dance man RICK FAUGNO, the original Las Vegas Frankie Valli for “Jersey Boys,” will be presented on Friday, May 27 at 8:30 p.m in the Shimmer Cabaret at the Las Vegas Hilton. Fresh off of his success with his first one man show “Songs My Idols Sang (And Danced),” which played to packed houses and rave reviews, Faugno returns with something completely different; a tour de force of pop, rock, soul, funk, blues, jazz, Latin and just about every musical genre imaginable.  The show is a journey of self-expression through music and dance that recalls the great performers of the past. Nowhere else can you see one performer bring together so many different styles of music and make them his own. Tickets for Body & Soul starring Rick Faugno are $39-$49 (plus tax and service charge).

Rick Faugno


NINA BLACKOOD'S ABSOLUTELY 80's MUSIC FESTIVAL kicks off on Memorial Day Weekend with a FREE concert by Terri Nunn & Berlin on Saturday, May 28 at 9 p.m. on the 1st Street Stage. Also ready to entertain visitors is the launch of an original production show, “VJ Invasion: Launch Date 8.1.81,” the start of Blackwood’s countdown of her 100 greatest songs of the 80s on Viva Vision and a chance to travel Back to the Future by seeing a rare 80s icon, a DeLorean DMC-12. With the world debut of The Nancy Rayguns 80s music tribute on May 31, Fremont Street Experience’s three stages will be active every night as the 100-day flashback to the 80s takes over downtown through Labor Day Weekend.

SMASHBURGER restaurants is honoring military members and their families with a FREE* 1/3 lb. Smashburger of their choice this Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, 2011, from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. During those designated hours, anyone showing a valid military ID card at any of the four Las Vegas Smashburger locations or the St. George, Utah location, will receive a free 1/3 lb. Smashburger of their choice. This offer is limited to ONE free Smashburger per person per valid military ID.

THE MAGIC & TIGERS OF RICK THOMAS will open at the Saxe Theater at Planet Hollywood beginning June 3, 2011 for a summer run. Crowned “Stage Magician of the Year” at the World Magic Awards, Master Illusionist Rick Thomas weaves together magic, exotic animals, birds and music into an unforgettable experience. The Magic & Tigers of Rick Thomas also offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to step on stage and stand virtually face-to-face with four white and orange Bengal Tigers. Show-goers who upgrade their tickets will receive the full VIP treatment! VIP ticket holders will be seated up front and center, meet the stars of the show and then go on stage after the performance to take pictures with the rare, majestic cats. Performances are daily at 3pm at Saxe Theater inside Miracle Mile Shops - Planet Hollywood with the VIP “Tiger Encounter” directly following each show.

On Saturday, June 4 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Southern Nevada’s most eligible firefighters will strut their stuff in the 12th ANNUAL “FIRE AND RAIN” FIREFIGHTER BACHELOR AUCTION, hosted by the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation. The event will take place at RAIN Nightclub inside the Palms Casino Resort with proceeds benefitting the Firefighters of Southern Nevada Burn Foundation’s programs and services as well as the UMC Lions Burn Center, Las Vegas’ only burn care center. The entertaining event will include a live auction with 18 bachelors and auction packages such as show tickets, jewelry gift certificates, hotel & spa packages, restaurant gift certificates, and more! Admission is $40 for women ($35 if purchased online) and $80 for men ($75 if purchased online). Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased at VIP access wristbands are also available for purchase and start at $50 for women and $90 for men. VIP wristbands (available while supplies last) include admission into the auction as well as access to all after parties at Palms Casino Resort nightclubs including RAIN, Ghostbar, Moon and Playboy Club.

The explosive touring sensation, NITRO CIRCUS LIVE will have its North American premiere Saturday, June 4 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. With sold-out shows in Australia and New Zealand, the international tour is being billed as the “greatest live action sports show of all time” for its stunning choreographed displays in FMX, BMX and skate, as well as world-first stunts and crazy contraptions launched off the infamous 50-foot high Nitro Giganta Ramp, all performed by the best action sports stars on the planet. Ticket prices start at $39 not including applicable taxes and service charges.

Travis Pastrana

Nitro Circus Live

10th ANNUAL, REGGAE IN THE DESERT Music Festival will be held on Saturday, June 11 at the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Parkway. Freddie McGregor, Mykal Rose, Don Carlos, Junior Reid, Michael Black, Detour Posse, Reggae Angels and Reggae in the Desert staple DJ Rhamma adds to years of impressive lineups. Doors open at 2 p.m. and the event concludes at 11 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and are $25 in advance, $30 the day of the show. Only cash is accepted at the door for tickets on the day of the show. Children ages 5 or younger are free. All seats are general admission and available on a first-come, first served basis.

Grammy-nominated bluegrass band, THE GRASCALS will perform a musical tribute to the Emmy Award winning classic TV program from the 60's, The Andy Griffith Show, at ARTBEAT presented by Target, Friday, June 10 at 8 p.m. at the HENDERSON EVENTS PLAZA, 200 S. Water Street, in the Water Street District. As devoted fans to The Andy Griffith Show, The Grascals will release their latest album Dance ‘til Your Stockings Are Hot and Ravelin’, on Tuesday, June 7, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the classic television program. Henderson will be the first West Coast city on The Grascals’ international tour to enjoy the debut of the new songs. Admission to the concert is FREE.

The 2011 SEASON OF SUPER SUMMER THEATRE begins with performances of the classic musical “ANNIE” on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park in Red Rock Canyon. Performances take place Wednesday – Saturday for three weeks through July 25, 2011.

Seating is first come-first served basis. Guests are encouraged to throw down a blanket, or bring/rent a chair in general-admission grass seating where many share a picnic dinner, indulge in treats from the concession stand and enjoy the outdoors before settling in under the stars for some super theatre. Spring Mountain Ranch is located 10 miles west of 215 on Charleston. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $12 at the UNLV Performing Arts Box Office, or online at Park entrance after 5 PM is free with show ticket. Seating for each performance begins in the meadow at 6 PM, with the parking lot opening at 5 PM. A limited number of tickets are available at the gate the night of the show for $15.

JEFF LEIBOW of JERSEY BOYS is producing “NF HOPE CONCERT” set to take place on June 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the Las Vegas Hilton. Proceeds from the concert will be donated to NF, Inc., an organization that serves families and individuals with neurofibromatosis (more commonly known as NF), one of the most common genetic disorders that affects more than 100,000 Americans. The concert is inspired by Leibow’s daughter Emma, who was recently diagnosed with NF. Despite its commonality, the disorder receives no federal funding and very few people know about it. “NF Hope Concert” will be hosted by Improv Comedy veteran Matt Donnelly and KTNV Channel 13 Anchor Lisa Remillard. The star-studded concert will include performances by Gordie Brown, Rich Little, Dezmond Meeks, Human Nature, Santa Fe and cast members from JERSEY BOYS, Phantom—The Las Vegas Spectacular and THE LION KING. Silent auction items include tickets to Celine Dion, Donny and Marie, Terry Fator, Phantom—The Las Vegas Spectacular, THE LION KING, JERSEY BOYS, show memorabilia, restaurant certificates, spa certificates and more.

Here’s a message from headliner Gordie Brown – or is it Al Pacino??? about a great entertainment opportunity that will benefit NF, a worthwhile charity.

Video by Dianne R. Davis

Tickets start at $39 and are available at or by calling the Las Vegas Hilton box office (702) 732-5755 or (800) 222-5361.

Legendary R&B group THE MANHATTANS will bring their doo-wop and soulful sounds to the Suncoast Showroom, June 18 and 19, each evening at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available starting from $15.95, plus tax and convenience fees.

One of America's foremost comediennes, LILY THOMLIN, creator of “Ernestine,” “Edith Ann” and the “Tasteful Lady” among many other hilarious characters, will perform at The Orleans Showroom, June 18 and 19, each evening at 8 p.m. Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets are priced from $39.95, plus tax and convenience fees.

Celebrating his love for old “Vegas,” CHRIS PHILLIPS, aka Zowie Bowie, pays homage to the city’s entertainment roots with ZOWIE BOWIE'S VINTAGE VEGAS SHOW Zowie Bowie’s Vintage Vegas Show featuring Marley Taylor. The evening of classic tunes and the “Rat Pack” style banter can be seen every Sunday at 7 p.m. at Ovation inside Green Valley Ranch.

Celebrity Sightings:

Wednesday night, May 18...

Smokey Robinson came to see his Aussie boys Human Nature at the Imperial Palace for the group’s second anniversary.

Rev Run made his second appearance at LAVO’s Old School Wednesday. Joseph ‘Rev Run’ Simmons fueled up for the night at TAO Asian Bistro, dining with DJ Ruckus and a friend. Afterwards, he headed over to LAVO to play host for the night.

Friday night, May 20...

Nicky Hilton hosted the evening at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.

Also walking the red carpet was reality TV vixen Vienna Girardi from ABC's "The Bachelor."

Once inside the opulent nightclub, Hilton settled into her lavish VIP booth with boyfriend David Katzenberg, executive producer for MTV's hit show "The Hard Times of RJ Berger," as well as two of her closest friends.

Nicky Hilton arrives at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Vienna Girardi arrives at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Nicky Hilton and David Katzenberg at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Nicky Hilton hits the DJ booth at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Reality television beauty Vienna Girardi celebrated her 25th birthday at Vegas’ hottest new venue, Gallery Nightclub inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Vienna Girardi with a Sugar Factory birthday cake at Gallery Nightclub.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Vienna Girardi celebrates her 25th birthday at Gallery Nightclub.
PHOTO CREDIT: David Becker/WireImage

Glee stars Cory Monteith and Mark Salling joined friends at a VIP table in the main room of the Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan to take in the sounds of DJ Benny Benassi.

Shaun Phillips of the San Diego Chargers was also seen at the hot spot.

DJ Benny Benassi
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

DJ Benny Benassi
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

Joe Jonas and friends with friends at LAVO restaurant’s private dining room. Before heading up to the nightclub he chatted with Whitney Port, who was dining nearby. Later in the night Joe made his way to Marquee to check out Benny Benassi.

Whitney Port and friends were also seen dining at the eatery. After dinner they made their way to the second floor nightclub and danced to the sounds of DJ Politik.

Poker pro Phil Hellmuth was spotted in at TAO Nightclub, taking in the sounds of DJ Ross One.

Saturday evening, May 21...

Tim Allen and Holly Madison made a surprise appearance at the "Salute Our Troops" dinner at The Palazzo. The 70 wounded soldiers and their families continued a weekend of VIP treatment while enjoying a poolside dinner. Tim, currently headlining at The Venetian Showroom, and Holly, star of E!'s "Holly's World" came to show their appreciation and thanked the veterans for their courage and sacrifice.

Holly Madison with the troops
Photo Credit: Robyn Andrzejczak, IS Photography

Tim Allen addressing the crowd
Photo Credit: Robyn Andrzejczak, IS Photography

Tim Allen with the troops
Photo Credit: Robyn Andrzejczak, IS Photography

Tim Allen and Holly Madison with soldier
Photo Credit: Robyn Andrzejczak, IS Photography

Joe Jonas, of the pop-rock band the Jonas Brothers,hosted a pre-awards party at TAO Nightclub. Joe started the night with dinner at TAO Asian Bistro after soaking up the sun at TAO Beach earlier in the day. After feasting on signature dishes under the watchful eye of TAO’s famed Buddha and taking pictures with fans he made his way to the nightclub.

Surprises were in store as DJ Vice let the everyone know that Taboo from the Black Eye Peas was in the house. Taboo jumped on top of the DJ booth and proceeded to entertain the packed club with several the band’s hits and club goers sang along.

Reality TV star and fashion designer Whitney Port dined at TAO with her sister and friends before hitting the club with a VIP table in the moat section.

Jillian Michaels and Bob Harper from The Biggest Loser dined at TAO, then made a stop at the nightclub before heading over to check out Marquee.

DJ Vice and Joe Jonas
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Joe Jonas and music producer Rob Knox
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Joe Jonas, DJ Vice and Taboo
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Reality TV star and fashion designer Whitney Port hosted at TAO Beach in celebration of the new Swarovski Las Vegas Crystal Forest store in The Venetian Grand Canal Shoppes. The reality TV star and fashion designer soaked up the sun joined by friends and her sister Paige. Later in the day she stopped by the new store, browsing the jewelry and mingling with guests.

Whitney Port
Photo credit: Al Powers/Powers Imagery

Singer Rihanna was spotted at Marquee Dayclub.

Actor Justin Bartha was also seen checking out the Dayclub scene as was Landry Fields of the New York Knicks.

At night notable names checked out headliner Kaskade at the nightclub. Justin Barth returned to experience Marquee. Hangover 2 actress Jamie Chung hit the hot spot with friends while Reggie Bush took over a VIP table on the dance floor and was wearing “I Love Kaskade” sunglasses. Rapper Nas was in the club and Jillian Michaels stopped by the Library at Marquee after spending the evening at TAO.

Kaskade at Marquee
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

Kaskade at Marquee
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

R&B superstar, Trey Songz hosted a Billboard Music Awards after party at Eva Longoria’s opulent Eve Nightclub at Crystals CityCenter in Las Vegas.

Inside the club, Songz and his entourage partied in a private VIP booth surrounded by friends who danced the night away to sounds by DJ J Nice.

Also seen at Eve Nightclub were the “Free Wired” guys from Far East Movement. NBA All-Star, Rasheed Wallace from the Boston Celtics was also seen at the popular nightspot and celebrated in style at the exclusive after party.

Trey Songz hosts at Eva Longoria’s Eve Nightclub at Crystals CityCenter in Las Vegas

Far East Movement arrives at Eva Longoria’s Eve Nightclub at Crystals CityCenter in Las Vegas
Photo credit: David Becker/WireImage

Last evening pop singer Kylie Minogue celebrated an early birthday (May 28) and the wrap of her ‘Aphrodite Live’ tour at CatHouse Boutique Nightclub inside Luxor. The “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” beauty was joined by over 40 members of her touring group and savored the evening drinking Veuve Clicquot Champagne and dancing with friends. After blowing out the candles on a white frosting birthday cake adorned with flowers, Minogue enjoyed a piece of the sugary goodness and shared some with a male admirer. At CatHouse until the early morning hours, Minogue was smiles all night as she partied it up before heading home to Australia.

Sunday evening, May 22, pop singer Kylie Minogue celebrated an early birthday (May 28) and the wrap of her ‘Aphrodite Live’ tour at CatHouse Boutique Nightclub inside Luxor. The “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” beauty was joined by over 40 members of her touring group.

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