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Jan Rouven brings his ILLUSIONS to the Clarion Hotel

On July 19, new Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman proclaimed that day Jan Rouven Day. If you are not familiar with Rouven, you will be soon, once positive word of mouth gets out about Illusions, the thrilling, heart stopping show that Jan Rouven, the German born, master illusionist, recently opened at the Fame Theatre inside the Clarion Hotel and Casino.

Jan Rouven
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Jan Rouven (center) with cast

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Already a star in his native Germany, Rouven has been honored with some of the most important international awards of the entertainment industry such as the “Magician of the Year,” following magic greats David Copperfield and Siegfried & Roy; “Audience Award Monte Carlo Magic Stars” presented by Princess Stephanie of Monaco; and “Entertainer of the Year” which is selected by more than 37,000 members of the biggest magic society worldwide. During the past 10 years, Rouven has performed for audiences of up to 20,000 people. More than three million spectators have seen him live, and approximately 55 million people have been able to view his many television appearances.

Jan Rouven
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I am a huge fan of magic and as such have seen almost every magic act that has performed In Las Vegas over the course of three decades I have lived here. So when I was invited to the official Grand Opening performance of Illusions on July 19, I couldn't wait to see what Rouven, the latest in a long list of Las Vegas “magic” headliners, had in store for his audience.

“A show in Las Vegas is the ultimate dream for most performers and after appearing at Fremont Street Experience for the past two years, I knew a permanent show had to be in the cards,” said Jan Rouven. “After touring Europe for many years, ILLUSIONS will allow me to reach a whole new audience and I am confident that my new show will be a crowd-pleasing production that will leave audiences in awe, and a little frightened.”

Suffice to say, he delivers the goods, with both his charming, audience pleasing manner, and as master of his craft. In his show, that runs approximately 75 minutes, audiences witness several tried and true illusions that have wowed audiences through the years. However, Rouven takes them to another level by adding his own stunning, unique twists.

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

In Illusions Rouven performs some hair raising, dangerous stunts that feature swords, fire, water and knives, that “appear” to put the young, raven haired performer's, and in one segment, even an audience volunteer's, life at risk. The death defying stunts include Bed of Death, Fire Spiker, and Hand Stab, where a volunteer from the audience plays Russian roulette with a sharp knife and the Water Tank in which the illusionist is cuffed and chained under water as the water level rises and his chance of surviving looks grim. Another illusion, magic act, stunt, whatever you wish to call it, has Rouven walking though a stacked wall of bricks. “I’m from Germany, where we know about walls,” he jokingly told the audience.

Mike Monahan (Channel 3's "Monorail") is an audience participant in the Russian Roulette knife stunt
Photo credit: Stephen Thorburn

We all know that's impossible, but the trick is making people believe and as I watched him perform, I could see the jaw dropping reactions and hear people seated around me saying, “How does he do it?”

This isn't a one man show and Rouven is joined on stage by five, fabulously talented, professionally trained dancers, Gene Lonardo, Porcia Hendrix, Johanna Grajales, Taylor Crosta and Spencer Baumgart who act as his assistants and pump up the energy with spectacular choreography by Bradly Cleary set to chart topping hits such as Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” and Katy Perry’s “ET”. Kudos also goes to the edgy, imaginative, eye dazzling costumes by Blair Farrington.

So, if you are a magic fan like me, I would advise you to check out this mesmerizing new show. Actually, don't take my word. You have to see it to believe it and discover for yourself it is well worth the experience.

Illusions astounds audiences Thursdays – Tuesdays (dark Wednesdays) at 7 p.m at The Clarion (formerly the Greek Isles), located at 305 Convention Center Drive, walking distance to the north end of The Strip and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Tickets start at $49.

Jubilee! Showgirls Shut Down Las Vegas Strip in Sign of Solidarity with the American Consumer

Thursday afternoon, July 21, Nearly 50 showgirls from Donn Arden’s Jubilee! at Bally’s Las Vegas shut down traffic on the famed Las Vegas Strip to rally against resorts that charge hidden resort fees to hotel guests. Las Vegas celebrity headliners Marie Osmond, Penn & Teller, Chippendales special musical guest star and former 98 Degrees star Jeff Timmons, Mac King, and Vinnie Favorito, as well as more than 100 Caesars Entertainment employees and company executives attended the rally in support of Caesars Entertainment’s city-wide “No Resort Fee” policy, which eliminates mandatory fees associated with hotel amenities at all of its Las Vegas properties.

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Marie Osmond and Rick Mazer president of Flamingo Las Vegas
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Osmond launched the “No Resort Fees” savings clock on Bally’s Las Vegas digital marquee with a
public countdown exposing shocking figures – Las Vegas travelers are saving up to $1.16 per second,$100,000 per day and $3 million per month– a savings of $37 million to-date by staying at Caesars Entertainment resorts. The clock, which displays guest savings as of July 5, 2010, after the company’sacquisition of Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, will reveal up-to-the-second figures achieved as a result of Caesars Entertainment’s “No Resort Fees” policy.

A vast majority of remaining Strip properties continue to charge travelers up to $20 per day in resort fees, which in some cases exceeds 40-percent of the advertised room rate. In 2010, Las Vegas guests spent an estimated $17 million per month on resort fees at hotel properties outside the Caesars Entertainment portfolio. Resort fees—which cover various hotel amenities ranging from pool entry,
fitness center access, internet service, bottled water, daily local newspaper access and valet parking—are often not made apparent to the hotel guest at the time of booking.

“It’s extremely important for visitors to the city to be aware of the high prices they could be paying in mandatory resort fees,” said Osmond, who headlines with her brother Donny at the Flamingo Las Vegas. “I am proud to be part of this key nitiative and even more proud to be headlining at a ‘No Resort Fees’ property.”

Also in attendance were Gary Selesner, president of Caesars Palace and Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino; David Hoenemeyer, president of Paris Las Vegas, Bally’s Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino; and Rick Mazer president of Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Imperial Palace and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon.

“Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts believe our hotel guests should choose how they want to spend their money,” said Caesars Palace President Gary Selesner. “We are committed to transparency in guest service transactions and believe this commitment will continue to build guest loyalty within our resorts.”

Insomniac Donates $75,000 from Electric Daisy Carnival Ticket Sales to Las Vegas Charities

Insomniac presented $75,000 to Las Vegas charities from funds raised through ticket sales at the 15th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival which was held June 24-26, 2011 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The Clark County School-Community Partnership Program, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and the Injured Police Officers Fund – Las Vegas each received checks for $25,000 at a presentation held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.

“This year’s festival was one of the best in Insomniac history, and we are incredibly appreciative of the Las Vegas community joining together to welcome us and assist with a memorable event,” said Pasquale Rotella, Insomniac’s CEO and founder.  “We are thrilled to be able to present $25,000 donations to key organizations that will only help improve the city where our fans and partners reside.”

The Clark County School-Community Partnership Program connects business and community resources with schools to enrich the educational experience and increase student achievement. The Clark County School-Community Partnership Program began in 1983 as a pilot program of seven schools partnered with seven businesses. Since that time, it has grown to hundreds of partnerships with programs that range from kindergarten to twelfth grade, from tutorial programs to scholarships, from science activities to fine arts programs.  Insomniac’s partnership will help support, supplement and complement Arts Education Programs in Clark County public schools.

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is a public/private partnership, opening in 2012, which will become the centerpiece of cultural life in Las Vegas. In December 2010, The John F. Kennedy Center chose The Smith Center as the fourth partner city for Any Given Child, a program that will create a long-range arts education plan for Las Vegas area students.  The program will incorporate existing resources of the Las Vegas school system, along with those of local arts organizations and the Kennedy Center to ensure that every child has the opportunity to receive a solid and meaningful arts education.

The Injured Police Officers Fund (IPOF) was formed in October 1982 to help reduce the financial burden suffered by police officers and their families in the event of a line of duty injury or death by providing monetary assistance to these officers and their families.  IPOF currently assists over 8,000 officers and their families in Nevada.

Insomniac will be making additional donations to other charities in the upcoming weeks to finalize distribution of the funds raised at Electric Daisy Carnival.

Cheryl Wagner, Paula Zier, Pasquale Rotella, Minddie Lloyd, Myron Martin
Photos attached courtesy of Scott Harrison/Retna.

Guest Wins an Engagement Ring from Slot Machine at Bally’s Las Vegas

It is said, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”, but that is'nt the case for two visiting tourists and a handful of those who witnessed an important moment. There is little chance they won’t share the story of this weekend for years to come.

Las Vegas visitor Jim Canfield popped the question to his girlfriend, Paige, at Bally’s Las Vegas with the help of the property’s gaming staff.  The couple traveled from San Diego to celebrate her birthday, but Canfield had other plans in store.  The famous Colossus slot machine inside Bally’s Casino was arranged beforehand so it would land on the words “Will You Marry Me” when Canfield’s girlfriend pulled the handle. Shocked and surprised, she could not stop smiling and laughing as Canfield got down on one knee with a ring in hand.  He affirmed that Bally’s Las Vegas will always hold a special place in his heart. Vegas was the perfect location for the proposal as he said, “I feel like I hit the jackpot when I met her so I wanted her to feel like she hit the jackpot today.”

After accepting the creative proposal, the couple kissed and posed for the cameras and onlookers that had gathered around the oversized slot machine nicknamed “Big Bertha.”  The newly engaged couple then celebrated the special occasion with a romantic dinner at the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas.

Canfield proposing to girlfriend in front of Colossus at Bally’s Las Vegas

The betrothed couple posing at Bally’s Las Vegas

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

UNITED WAY OF SOUTHERN NEVADA'S “EARN IT KEEP IT SAFE “ 2011 initiative helped hardworking individuals and families in Las Vegas receive $8.5 million in tax refunds and $3.8 million in tax credits, a total increase of 27 percent from last year’s tax season. From January through April 2011, “Earn It Keep It Save It” provided free tax preparation to those who earned less than $49,000 in 2010. More than 6,000 individuals and families received assistance through this program, an increase of nearly 1,000 from 2010.

Laurie Clemens, School Director (left) and Steve Clemens, President (right) of Las Vegas Professional Institute of Technology, Inc.
receive an award for their support of the “Earn It Keep It Save It” collaborative from Ana Wood, United Way of Southern Nevada (center).

CSN presents its 13TH ANNUAL DANCE IN THE DESERT FESTIVAL in the Nicholas J. Horn Theatre, 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave. Three contrasting programs are presented by choreographers and dance companies from Las Vegas and the nation. Performances are July 29 and July 30 at 7 p.m., and July 30 at 2 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for students/seniors. Discounts are available for multiple program tickets and groups.

Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall presents AN EVENING OF POP AND DOO WOP inside the 750 seat Sam’s Town Live! venue on Saturday, July 30 at 8 p.m. The evening of music stars Sonny Turner, former lead singer of The Platters; Terry Johnson’s Flamingos and Danny and The Juniors. Reserved seating tickets are $19.95 and $24.95, plus tax and convenience fees.

NIKKI BEACH at the all-new Tropicana Las Vegas hotel and casino will welcome DIPLO as guest DJ during Amazing Sundays on July 31. Amazing Sundays is a worldwide tradition at Nikki Beach that is a sizzling combination of internationally-renowned DJs, haute cuisine, exotic libations, sexy entertainment and Champagne spraying at one of the most stunning beach club venues in Las Vegas.  Diplo’s sound is a combination of world music from many genres and styles including house music,Southern rap and energetic techno with energy as the common factor to create his  signature sound.

ROCKHOUSE, the only ultra-dive bar on the Strip, celebrates National Girlfriend Day by inviting all ladies and their best girlfriend to come in and receive their first shot or drink for FREE on Monday, August 1. Ladies can also celebrate National Girlfriend Day by taking part in Rockhouse’s Rock, Paper, Scissor Monday night event, where any willing girlfriend can play RPS against the bartender to receive 50 percent off their bill.

Silverton Casino Hotel has a new Executive Chef DANIEL PFEIFFER. Pfeiffer came from the University of Southern California where he was the executive chef, the planning director for USC hospitality and the executive chef of special events, catering and banquets.

THE JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN OPEN TEAM invites Las Vegas to make a splash at Palms Pool and Bungalow’s weekly “CABANAS FOR A CAUSE” event on Monday, August 1. Palms Pool & Bungalows is offering its lush cabanas, day beds and island tables to Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children guests for $100 with all proceeds benefitting the Shriners Hospitals for Children. Guests will lounge in style and enjoy spins by a live DJ from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. In addition, the entire pool menu will be available including the famous Coconut Colada, Sliders, Mediterranean Steak Salad and more. All ages are welcome, children 16 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter, JAKE WALDEN will complete the first leg of his "Same Something Different" concert tour in support of his new album of the same name in Las Vegas with an intimate performance on Thursday, Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. at Don't Tell Mama Piano Bar, located at 517 Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas. The event is free and open to the public; adults 21 and over.

“NINA BLACKOOD'S ABSOLUTELY 80's” music festival on Fremont Street Experience will feature a FREE concert by LOVERBOY, Saturday, Aug. 6 at 9 p.m. on the 1st Street Stage.  

MISURA, a men’s fine apparel boutique specializing in fun fashion and classic casuals, is now open at The Mirage. Misura offers a remarkable selection of clothing, shoes and accessories from some of the most desired brands in men’s fashion, including Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Tommy Bahama, True Religion, Affliction, Puma and Calvin Klein.

In its first year of operation, RAVELLA AT LAKE LAS VEGAS has been awarded the esteemed AAA Four Diamond Award  for 2012,  one of the hospitality industry's most prestigious honors.The AAA Four Diamond Award distinction symbolizes Ravella’s ongoing commitment to superior quality and service. Four Diamond properties provide an exceptional degree of hospitality, service and attention to detail while offering upscale facilities and a variety of luxurious amenities.

The classic comedy “LOVERS & OTHER STRANGERS” written by and starring Academy Award nominees RENEE TAYLOR AND JOSEPH BOLOGNA, stops in Las Vegas at the Suncoast Showroom for two performances, August 13 and 14, each evening at 7:30 p.m. The hilarious anecdotes give the audience insight into their own 46-year love story, as well as the crazy family and friends that inspired each of the five scenes of the play. This pre-Broadway tour marks the first time Taylor and Bologna have revived “Lovers And Other Strangers” since its successful debut on Broadway in 1968, which also starred the husband-and-wife comedy duo. Tickets are available from $15.95, plus tax and convenience fees.

The third annual VEGAS CINE FEST will be held at the all-new Tropicana Las Vegas resort and casino August 25-27.  The festival will feature premiere screenings, Q&A sessions and themed after-parties at Club Nikki.  The three-day event will conclude with a Gala Awards Ceremony, with awards presented to winners in the Feature Film, Featurette, Film Shorts, Screenplay and Music Video categories.“We are thrilled to be hosting Vegas Cine Fest.  This partnership is the perfect opportunity to realize our goal of bringing cultural entertainment to Las Vegas, and we look forward to introducing the international film industry to Tropicana’s all-new South Beach vibe,” said Tom McCartney, President and COO of Tropicana Las Vegas.

“With the exciting new look and feel of Tropicana Las Vegas, we thought that it would be the ideal location to hold Vegas Cine Fest.  Its redesign has made it into the hip, Las Vegas Strip setting we were searching for, a/nd we are excited about our new partnership with Tropicana Las Vegas,” said Phillip Marcus, Executive Director of Vegas Cine Fest.

Celebrity Sightings:

Wednesday July 20, Reality starlet and Vegas’ newest headlining sweetheart, Angel Porrino, helped confectionary emporium Sugar Factory celebrate National Lollipop Day at the flagship location inside Paris Las Vegas. Porrino, who performs in Caesars Palace’s new revue, “Absinthe,” and stars alongside her best friend Holly Madison in the hit E! Entertainment reality show, “Holly’s World,” came to the store with her adorable two-year-old son, Roman.

Angel Porrino with her son Roman
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Angel Porrino enjoys milkshake at Sugar Factory
Photo credit: Denise Truscello/Wire Image

The mother and son, both decked out in Sugar Factory T-shirts, handed out mini lollipops to fans and shoppers. Afterwards, Porrino sat down for lunch with her son and a group of friends.

Biz Markie hosted the latest installment of Old School Wednesday at LAVO. He entertained the packed crowd with favorites including “Ain’t No Fun”, “Vapors”, and of course “Just a Friend”.  After wowing the crowd, Biz hung out in the booth with DJ Crooked before making his way to a VIP table where he took pictures with fans.

Biz Markie
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

Biz Markie performs for the crowd
Photo credit: Brenton Ho/Powers Imagery

Thursday night, July 21...

St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson had a pre birthday dinner celebration at N9NE Steakhouse inside the Palms Casino Resort.

Carlos Boozer, forward for the Chicago Bulls, was spotted with his brother and friends at TAO’s Worship Thursday.

Friday night, July 22, HBO “Entourage” star, Adrian Grenier, enjoyed dinner at Vegas’ sweetest eatery, Sugar Factory American Brasserie inside Paris Las Vegas.

Adrian Grenier in the retail store

Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Adrian Grenier posing with a couture pop in the chocolate lounge
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Adrian Grenier posing with executive producer, Matthew Cook

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Adrian Grenier posing with executive producers John Loar and Matthew Cook

Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Grenier was in Vegas to host a screening of his acclaimed HBO documentary “Teenage Paparazzo.” at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens and celebrated the upcoming premiere of Entourage's final season at Paris Las Vegas.

Grenier later walked the red carpet posing for photos with the executive producers of the film, John Loar and Matthew Cooke, before heading back into Chateau Nightclub to celebrate the night.

Also in the VIP section was NBA All-Star power forward, Amar’e Stoudemire, of the New York Knicks.

The lavish nightclub also played host to other professional athletes Friday night including NBA star Drew Gooden of the Milwaukee Bucks, as well as NFL stars Brandon Jacobs of the New York Giants and James Butler of the New Orleans Saints.

Adrian Grenier at the “Teenage Paparrazo” Q&A at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens.
Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Adrian Grenier at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas.
Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Adrian Grenier and Executive Producers John Loar and Matthew Cooke at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens

Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

Amar’e Stoudemire at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens.

Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/WireImage

In town for the NBA Summer League, athletes packed Marquee’s Boom Box Room on Friday night.  Spotted taking in the sounds of DJ Politik were Amare Stoudemire and Chauncey Billups of the New York Knicks, Kenyon Martin of the Denver Nuggets, Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, Josh Smith of the Atlanta Hawks, Rip Hamilton of the Detroit Pistons, Chuck Hayes of the Houston Rockets, Tyronn Lue of the Orlando Magic and Rudy Gay of the Memphis Grizzlies.  Also seen at Marquee was Marcus Trufant, cornerback for the Seattle Seahawks.

Saturday night, July 23...

Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries celebrated their upcoming nuptials with separate Las Vegas bachelor and bachelorette parties at TAO at The Venetian and LAVO at The Palazzo.

The bride-to-be was joined by her mom Kris, sisters Khloe and Kourtney, friends including La La Anthony, Brittny Gastineau, Larsa Pippen, Robin Antin, Malika and Khadijah Haqq, Allison Azoff and her future sister-in-law Kaela Humphries.

Meanwhile Kris Humphries was the man of honor at his bachelor party, arriving at The Venetian and starting the celebration at Lagasse’s Stadium.   Later in the night Kris and friends dined on the terrace of LAVO Italian restaurant, overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.  Joining the New Jersey Nets player were teammate Jordan Farmer, Jason Kapono of the Philadelphia 76ers and future brother-in-law, Lamar Odom of the Los Angeles Lakers.  Also in the group were Kim’s brother Rob Kardashian, Kourtney’s boyfriend Scott Disick and family friend Jonathan Cheban, as well as college friends from Indiana.

As the night went on, Rob Kardashian, Scott Disick and Jonathan Cheban made their way over to TAO to meet up with the girls and ultimately brought the whole group back to LAVO as Kim stopped in to say goodnight to Kris before heading to her suite.

Khloe Kardashian, Odom, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian at TAO
Photo credit: David Becker

Kim Kardashian with cake
Photo credit: Denise Truscello

Kris Humphries with cake
Photo credit: David Becker

Scott Disick, Kris Humphries, Rob Kardashian, Lamar Odom at LAVO
Photo credit: David Becker

Lamar Odom, Kris Humphries at LAVO
Photo credit: David Becker

One of Brooklyn’s finest underground artists Talib Kweli put on a riveting performance at LAX Nightclub inside Luxor Hotel and Casino. Upon arrival, the entertainer and a group of friends settled into their exclusive VIP booth. Also seated in the VIP area was Denver Nuggets forward, Wilson Chandler.

Talib Kweli
Photo credit: Nikki Villoria.

Talib Kweli
Photo credit: Nikki Villoria.

Wilson Chandler
Photo credit: Nikki Villoria.

Nick Cannon made his DJ residency debut as actor Adrian Grenier and reality stars Scott Disick and Rob Kardashian stopped in to party at Gallery Nightclub inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

Marcus Camby of the Portland Trailblazers, Carlos Boozer and CJ Watson of the Chicago Bulls and Deandre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers were all spotted in the Boom Box Room at Marquee taking in the sounds of DJ 88 and Eric D-Lux.

Sunday, July 24...

Kim Kardashian ended her whirlwind bachelorette weekend at The Venetian and The Palazzo by relaxing at The Pools at The Palazzo. She was joined by sister Kourtney and future sister-in-law Khaela Humphries.

Kahlea and Kim Kardashian
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Kourtney and Kim Kardashian
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Emily Maynard from The Bachelor was spotted with a group of her closest girlfriends at XS Nightclub’s celebrated Sunday night swim party. Although Maynard has recently revealed she wants time away from the spotlight and cameras, she ran into fellow American Sweetheart Holly Madison at the evening soiree who could relate to the pressure of media and constant camera coverage when working on reality shows. The two clicked instantly, merging their groups of friends and dancing on stage to the sounds of Manufactured Superstars.

Along with Holly’s World co-stars Angel Porrino and Josh Strickland, Madison was seen on stage throughout the night, posing for funny photos with her friends and dancing the night away.

Emily Maynard and best friend Carrie
Photo credit: Danny Mahoney/XS Nightclub.

Emily Maynard and Holly Madison
Photo credit: Danny Mahoney/XS Nightclub.

Josh Strickland, Holly Madison, Angel Porrino and friends
Photo credit: Danny Mahoney/XS Nightclub.

Kim Kardashian's fiance Kris Humphries wrapped up his Vegas bachelor party weekend with friends, enjoying dinner at TAO Asian Bistro in the hot spot’s private loft area.  Afterwards, the group commanded a table on the dance floor at LAVO for Vice Sundays.

Monday, July 26, Redfoo of LMFAO continued his monthly Party Rock Monday residency at Marquee Nightclub with a special celebration.  Redfoo was surprised with a cake in honor of LMFAO’s single “Party Rock Anthem” being the number one song in the USA for three weeks in a row.

Spotted in the club was NFL free agent Sidney Rice.

Redfoo on the red carpet
Photo credit: Al Powers

Redfoo with cake
Photo credit: Al Powers

Redfoo sprays champagne
Photo credit: Al Powers


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