I always feel like I’m a hard worker except when Marlon Wayans phones. He’s promoting “A Haunted House 2” (he produced it and stars in it); a TV show, “Second Generation Wayans”; and his viral-video site WhatTheFunny.com.
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Do you remember the incredibly emotional YouTube video of born-deaf Sarah Churman getting an ear implant so she could hear for the first time? Well, she is coming to Vegas to experience her first rock concert.
Bryan Ferry’s take on Bill Murray’s singing “More Than This” is predictably positive.
Come to Vegas for the women but stay for the men.
I quizzed Lilian Garcia about her fans because she told me, “One of them has my face tattooed on his leg, and he put angel wings on it.” Wait. What?
The five stars who most surprised Vegas’ US Weekly reporter were Lindsay Lohan, Gary Busey, Aubrey Plaza, Michael Phelps and Ian Ziering.
If you are reading the Review-Journal right now in its printed paper form, that signifies you are a brighter and more sophisticated person, poll of one says.
“Where I’m from, to be a vegetarian, you’re an alien. Everybody thinks you’re nuts. They think something’s wrong with you.”
David Furnish says he and Elton John will marry in May in a small English ceremony.
The sbe club opens Labor Day weekend and apparently will look like this, minus all the fast edits when you see it in person, presumably.
Ground control to Major Fashion Police.
Winger is back, with a little help from Vegas.
“Get busy living,” George Carlin said.
Make it happen in Vegas. That’s what I always say. And who is better than Holly Madison at self-actualizating her nu future?
“To be honest, steak prices have gotten so ridiculous in much of Las Vegas that I avoid most of the classic steakhouses.”
Eight out of 10 conventioneers want to party in a cool bar, not a thump-thump nightclub, the “Bar Rescue” star insists.
The weekend’s big celebrity event for the One Drop charity at Mandalay Bay brought out old and new faces.
Vegas Party Pix: Here’s how Shanna Moakler looks in a chain mail dress.
David Spade’s fashion family intimidates his ladies.
Vegas gets a new concert venue, O’Sheas celebrates its reopening with St. Patrick’s shenanigans, and highly skilled art-athletes twirl from the ceiling at Light nightclub. Enjoy.
I’m not gonna lie to you. I have never seen a “Step Up” movie, and I feel pretty good/smug/regretful about it.
Remember that time Bill Cosby gave you grief for performing his jokes behind his back for the entertainment of your customers?
According to Bill Maher, pot could be a great issue for Republicans. It’s about individual rights, and small government, and taking jobs from Mexicans, everything they have always stood for.
Comedian Jo Koy is on TV now and he just bought a $2.2 million L.A. house, and all that national success can be traced to him turning down a lucrative job to be a valet attendant in Las Vegas.
This gentleman is Neil Scartozzi. He trimmed Tom Selleck’s mustache recently. He likes his regular customer “Hammertime” (MC Hammer). He’s what we journalists call “a character,” the main man at the Riviera’s Celebrity Club men’s salon since 1975.