“G.R.L. dresses like hookers, but they also fight crime,” papa Slayton jokes. “They’re like the Fantastic Four. So they’re really doing a lot of good stuff for society.”
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This Friday, the world of MMA will converge on the Venetian hotel for the MMA Awards, which will feed athletes’ bank accounts as well as their egos.
Manilow has been the butt of comedians’ jokes for four decades. But a landmark scientific experiment proves people can’t even recognize Manilow’s giant face on a T-shirt.
Would you like to shoot your ex-wife’s stuff with a machine gun? How about your ex-husband’s? This is a real offer. You can do this in Las Vegas soon.
Comedian Todd Glass has stopped telling “fat people” jokes because he finally realized: “Why are they the dregs of society’ ” who deserve to be picked on?
Mere mortals celebrate the anniversaries of their weddings and jobs, but WWE superstar Chris Jericho this week celebrated the fifth anniversary of Mike Tyson punching him in the face.
When fans quit Adam Carolla, he tells them: “Thanks. I bought a couple of houses because you were a fan for the last 10 years. I’m fine with that.”
Mary Wilson of the Supremes has lived in Las Vegas since the 1980s, but her plan to headline a regular Vegas residency eluded her, so she’s moving to L.A. to study acting with one of Halle Berry’s coaches.
“We bond naked!” says Angelique “Frenchy” Morgan, the petite blonde who drives a pink car featuring Hello Kitty insignia around Las Vegas. Only graffiti artist Banksy got more Google searches last year in Britain.
“All the interactions I have with people are always so positive, and everyone’s so supportive. Then I go on social media and everyone hates me.”
One of the last living Ramones equates one band member’s drug habits to another band member’s Republicanism.
In the past year, 600,000 tips were reported of kids being sexually solicited and harassed online — and that number represents cases from just one U.S. organization, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
Las Vegas headliner Joe Rogan’s podcast has become so popular, “The Joe Rogan Experience” earns a staggering 11 million downloads a month. Those are TV show numbers.
Comedy superstar Katt Williams told me his New Year’s resolution is, “I’m not going to jail for anything, no matter what. I’m going to be squeaky clean, and nobody’s going to mess with me.”
“People always say, ‘God, it must suck staying at hotels all the time.’ I go, ‘Yeah, it’s terrible. They take out the trash every day, and they bring you fresh linens, it’s terrible.’”
Singer-guitarist Scotty Morris doesn’t let his teen play PS4, but has him learning piano, drums, martial arts and classical dance. Now that is serious parenting.
I am an Elfman, so (like Santa) I enjoy punishing people who are naughty and rewarding people who are nice. But 2014 has punched a lot of people in the face, so let’s skip the naughty, and keep today’s column lighthearted for this end-of-the-year-list …
“I would be going to Vegas all the time with 100 grand. A million dollars in, like, a pillowcase in my backpack.”
This new self-parking car is autonomous, like Arnold Schwarzenegger in “The Terminator,” minus guns and life-threatening one-liners.
Forbes reports Hakkasan Group is close to taking over Light Group in a deal valued at more than $40 million in cash and debt — which would put Hakkasan in control of most major nightclubs in Las Vegas.
Do you love Santa? Do you love cats? Well, Cat Santa is coming to town and your little fur baby can take pics with the jolly man at Bonanza Cat Hospital. Small dogs are welcome too.
The high price of air fares is impacting a Vegas staple: Some East Coasters are struggling to scrounge cash to fly here for January’s World Series of Beer Pong.
Bush is coming to town Friday. I’m not talking about George H.W. Bush, or George W. Bush, or Jeb Bush, or Zeppo Bush.
Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” is a ninja businessman with morals. He has a razor with his face on the packaging in 2,600 Wal-Marts; it has sold “close to 2 million” in a year.
Chippendale Jaymes Vaughn, who came in second on “Amazing Race,” was filming a scene for a new show at the Lion Habitat Ranch, sanctuary for 50 lions, where his favorite animal was this 8-month-old baby giraffe, Ozzie.
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