Linda Thompson is finally writing a memoir detailing her long romances with Elvis Presley, Bruce Jenner and David Foster. But it’s not a dirty tell-all. It’s the kind of well-tempered book we would expect from this Oscar-nominated lyricist and mother of Brody and Brandon Jenner.
This Wednesday, the Light Group will open Eclipse — a 50,000-square-foot, nighttime pool party at Mandalay Bay. And Eclipse’s debut performer is Axwell, also known as one-third of international hit-makers Swedish House Mafia.
It will be a clash of personalities on Sunday’s finale of “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” — pitting Vegas star Penn Jillette against country singer Trace Adkins. Both are trying to sell the most ice cream.
In America, Rebecca & Fiona may not be as famous as Kaskade and Calvin Harris. But in their native Sweden, they are Grammy-winning stars of a documentary TV series.
Ray Romano calls me and asks, “How’s it going?”
Do you ever wonder what makes a fancy restaurant so special?
Yes, we’re all sick of singer Chris Brown’s personal life, but he keeps making silly news. Saturday in Vegas, he celebrated his 24th birthday at a club and tweeted: “Do too wasted at the party. Threw up crazy!! Lol!”
Carmen Electra tells me her new song — explicitly titled “Bigger (Expletive)” — is not about her exes, who range from Dennis Rodman to Dave Navarro and Otep guitarist Rob Patterson.
Louis Prima Jr. is drinking vodka in the back of a PT’s pub, and I ask him to tell me about his tattoos. On his right arm, there’s sheet music to Nine Inch Nail’s “Hurt” (“I hurt myself today to see if I still feel”). Left arm: Radiohead’s “Creep.”
Kaskade will DJ Saturday night at Marquee nightclub, then he will go to sleep near dawn, wake up, and walk to Marquee’s Dayclub pool to perform again Sunday afternoon.
This is what I told Robert De Niro on Sunday in a penthouse suite in Vegas’ new Nobu hotel (which he co-owns).
Mirage headliner Ron White announced on Twitter that his wife, Margo Rey, a 4½-octave singer in her own right, has breast cancer again.
Here are some highlights of Denise Truscello of WireImage's coverage of the 10th annual "Best in Show" at Orleans Arena on Sunday, put on by the Animal Foundation to save 52 shelter dogs. The pooches were all adopted after the show. And a...
I ask you for one favor every year. This is it. Would you please go have fun with dogs, which will also save their lives? Thanks.
Laidback Luke is a headliner at MGM, so he sees his face appearing on MGM’s giant outdoor video monitors. But Luke is “Laidback,” so he’s not egotistical about it.
Would you like Steve Aoki to throw a cake in your face? Because he will throw a cake in your face. In public. He’s good at it.
I give unto thee: the greatest Prince story you have never heard (just in time to see Prince on Friday and Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel).
You want customer service? Check this out. A major Strip venue is refunding people’s airplane tickets to Vegas due to postponed shows. On Friday, the upcoming Light nightclub at Mandalay Bay announced it will not open as scheduled this week. Instead, the club will open Memorial Day weekend.
Today, I’m going to give you the food version of insider-trader information. I’m going to tell you where Elizabeth Blau eats for pleasure.
For months, I have been trying to talk famous DJ-producers into playing a soccer match this summer at Las Vegas’ Electric Daisy Carnival.
THURSDAY April 18: Deadmau5 with the great Irish DJ Fergie at MGM’s new Hakkasan. Mak J at Tryst. Benny Black at ghostbar. Exodus at Moon. Tyler, The Creator performs at Haze. FRIDAY April 19: Avicii at XS. Lil Jon at Surrender. Benny Benassi at...
On Tuesday, a buddy from Boston told me he wants to fly to Vegas this summer — with his fellow married pals — so they can see Ian Ziering take his clothes off in “Chippendales.”
On Monday, I took a walk-through of MGM’s new Hakkasan nightclub and restaurant, and let me tell you, it’s going to be insanity up in there.
I bet you didn’t even know there is a new “Tiger Woods” golf game on the market. “Tiger” used to arrive with a roar every year. Now its arrival seems as quiet as a golf gallery.
Quincy Jones and Michael Caine will celebrate their mutual 80th birthdays at tonight’s “Keep Memory Alive” gala at MGM Grand. Jones — a music legend — has loved Las Vegas ever since Frank Sinatra took care of him at the Sands.
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