Gretchen Rossi says people should “run” from the idea that it’s an American dream to be famous on TV, because it’s no “bowl of cherries.”
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Musician Morgan Page recently installed an $8,000 software card into his computer, allowing him to record and mix more vocals on his Pro Tools software setup.
For the first time in a long time, when I got on the phone with famous comedian Jim Gaffigan, he did not have a new baby to tell me about.
So you think today’s Vegas clubs are crazy? Whatever.
I have a little TV news: Bill Cosby tells me he is resurrecting “Fat Albert.” The cartoon will have the same good-hearted cartoon characters — but Fat Albert will lose a few pounds.
Meet the happy couple — Frank Marino and his fiance, Alex Schechter. They met when Schechter was 20 and Marino was 29. Now after two decades of love, they are getting married.
I was in a dayclub last year when I heard a no-name DJ spinning “Kaskade Live At Coachella 2012.”
Here’s your scorching-hot weekend forecast of DJs, nightclubs and dayclubs on and off the Vegas Strip.
Joe Rogan is hosting a new TV show about Bigfoot, UFOs and ESP, and he says the show is teaching him “a lot about crazy people.”
Kellie Pickler tells me she never had a “real man” until she met her husband. In fact, she was so mistreated in previous relationships, her exes inspired her to sing a lot of songs.
MGM headliner Deadmau5 vows he is “finally free” now that his engagement has ended with TV tattoo lady Kat Von D — in a flurry of social media drama.
This year, DJ-producer Steve Aoki plans to lay down hundreds of thousands of dollars in healthy bets — bets with friends that he will exercise and that they will exercise. If people involved in these bets miss a physical workout, they owe each other cash. What kind of exercising is involved? The serious kind.
Friday will be Homecoming Day for pop-R&B star Ne-Yo when he performs at The Cosmopolitan’s pool. He grew up in Vegas from age 9 through high school after his family moved here from Arkansas.
The man behind KC and the Sunshine Band once came within a few feet of death in Vegas, which would have robbed us of the creator of “That’s the Way (I Like It)” and “(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty.”
Got $3.5 million? Then you can buy Carlos Santana’s old Vegas home, and you would be living next door to him — because he is moving a few feet away into a fancier $6 million house dubbed “the ultimate party pad.”
Las Vegan and “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer recently went to the old Sand Dollar Lounge to rehab the bar for his hit show — but first Taffer had to watch a co-owner of the bar make nasty sexual comments to his wife.
The last time I talked to Fatboy Slim, in 2011, he was DJing in America for the first time in many years. He told me to tell you: “Hi America. I’m back. Let’s pick up where we left off.”
“Mob Wives” star Ramona Rizzo’s fiance is in jail, and he is a “reputed Gambino family soldier.” Isn’t prison going to make it a weird relationship?
You are not even prepared to cope with this crazy story. A rich guy recently bought a $250,000 bottle of champagne in a Vegas nightclub on one condition:
Do you want to be fed by a celebrity chef — but at a reasonable price? That has been the trend on the Strip for a few years now with affordably delicious eateries by Kerry Simon, Todd English, Hubert Keller and Gordon Ramsay.
Alicia Keys’ new music video for her torch song “Tears Always Win” was filmed in downtown Vegas and on the Strip. Keys says on Twitter the pretty video is about a “day in the life of a girl on the grind.”
Everyone keeps asking me what I think about these new clubs on the Strip. So for today, let’s start with Light — the new nightclub at Mandalay Bay.
Many musicians cite Cheap Trick as an influence. Because Cheap Trick is in Vegas to play the Palms on Saturday, I asked guitar hero Rick Nielsen: Who are the most famous fans you have met?
You crazy “Beverly Hills, 90210” fans might finally get your reunion wish. The 1990s cast might get together in Las Vegas to watch one of their own go topless.
The Offspring have come a long way. Tonight, they will play a trove of rock hits at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas pool — “Come Out and Play,” “Self Esteem,” “Smash It Up” and “Pretty Fly (for a White Guy).”