I told Joy Behar a lot of fans will go see her Friday-Saturday at The Orleans just to find out what she has to say about politics because they miss her on “The View.”
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Shania Twain is an icon for vegetarians, so while she and I were catching up, I told her I gave up meat last year. I still eat fish for now, but I feel better than ever.
Dear Nicolas Cage. Since you’re settled in Vegas now, I am going to start pitching Vegas-angle movies to you. I don’t even want a thanks. Consider this a friendly shout-out, good sir. Here is the root of the pitch.
Three Grammy nominees will DJ on the Strip this weekend. Zedd performs Saturday at Light nightclub. Calvin Harris spends Friday at MGM’s Hakkasan. And Sultan and New Shepard will be at XS in the Wynn Las Vegas on Friday.
Shanna Moakler — Vegas party girl/former Miss USA/Playmate — told me she loves her new cosmetic surgeries so much, she plans to attack her thighs next.
Palms comedian Lisa Lampanelli is the queen of news. She has lost 107 pounds, is going to Broadway this year and just cut off most of her hair. “I got my hair all chopped off because I was mad at my husband,” Lampanelli says.
I just got a sneak peak at the new reality TV show starring former boxing champ Fernando Vargas and his Vegas family (before it comes out Jan. 26). The takeaway?
How much money would Mariah Carey need to relocate to the Vegas Strip, a la Celine Dion? Oh, just a billion-dollar transaction.
My college economics professor used to tell this dumb joke: What does a guy have to do to be called an economist? Answer: Simple — he can just call himself an economist, because anyone can. Ha? No, it’s not funny, but it’s true. The world of DJ-producers is similar.
3 Doors Down guitarist Chris Henderson says, “If you sat and listened to what your brain told you day in and day out, it would drive you nuts.”
Last year’s most in-demand Vegas concert tickets were for Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, the Eagles and Adele, says Ken Solky, owner of LasVegasTickets.com and 1-800-Las-Vegas.
Apparently, “many” Britney Spears fans were disappointed after paying a staggering $2,500 to meet her for a “quick 3-second photo-op” VIP package recently in Las Vegas, which came with a ticket, T-shirt and poster, Radar Online reports.
Wayne Brady is so busy, he can’t remember chunks of his life. How busy? He hosts “Let’s Make A Deal,” stars on “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” has a recurring role on “How I Met Your Mother,” tours the world and appears on “Real Husbands of Hollywood.”
Las Vegas’ DJ Ikon was in a nightclub some months ago when he watched a celebrity half-ass his way through a guest-DJ set. Ikon’s story goes like this: “He uses everything right off his iPhone,” Ikon says of the star.
Which celebrities openly made out in front of people on New Year’s Eve? Which famous guy hit on a whole restaurant booth of women? I have answers.
Paris Hilton will not only party at Hyde Bellagio tonight, she will perform as the DJ. So she and I got on the phone to discuss some things.
Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons was on his way to becoming an FBI agent to make a difference in the world. He took a seminar and enrolled in classes. But then his mom sat him down.
Some Britney fans said on Twitter they cried at her Planet Hollywood dress rehearsal Thursday night. They’re not weeping alone. Here are your top 10 Twitter tears for Britney Spears in recent days.
Which one of these three types of nightclub person are you? A) Party Animal, B) Amateur Nighter, or C) Oh My Aching Back …
Hard Rock Hotel headliner Jim Norton suffers from sleep apnea so badly he has to wear a crazy mask at night that makes him look like Darth Vader without the pretty helmet.
In the old days before the Internet, I could have told you Joe Rogan is a great comedian and you would have taken my word for it as a newspaperman.
This will come as a shock to you 20-somethings who are familiar only with DJs like Calvin Harris, but there are these other things in the world known as “bands,” composed of several musicians who play something called “live music.”
I am Doug. The guys in “The Hangover” movies are Doug and Black Doug. There was “Doug” the cartoon, and then came “The Dougie” dance.
It’s Tech Talk Time with John Dahlback and me, and we agree on one thing immediately. We usually love to play “Call of Duty” multiplayers but the new “Call of Duty: Ghosts” is meh.
Adrian Patrick contemplates the small-hit rock songs his Vegas band released recently, and he says, “We sold 50,000 copies of our first album, and I got an $800 publishing check.” There’s not much money in rock anymore, but it’s still hard work.