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Lohan can’t have a ‘Piece’ of Spears


Party girl Lindsay Lohan is reportedly on the banned list of Britney Spears’ “Piece of Me” show at Planet Hollywood Resort.

According to In Touch magazine, Spears’ father Jamie has been keeping Lohan at a distance since he became the pop star’s conservator in 2008, after her famous meltdown.

As conservator, Jamie Spears has court-ordered powers to keep track of his daughter’s estate, and, presumably, her well being. A source told In Touch that Spears’ father “always felt that Lindsay was a bad influence on Britney.”

She began her two-year headliner residency at Planet Hollywood last month.

THE SCENE AND HEARD

Mark Shunock’s “Mondays Dark” benefit for the Nevada SPCA is being held tonight at the Hard Rock Hotel’s Vinyl venue. He and his fellow entertainers will do two shows, starting at 8:30 p.m. …

A capacity crowd packed the Palm Mortuary chapel, 7600 S. Eastern Ave., on Sunday for the memorial service of political activist Vincent Frey, who died Jan. 3. “Vince wasn’t just politically active,” said former Clark County Commissioner Rory Reid, one of the speakers. “He was politically hyperactive.” Frey, 46, died after a brief illness. He was a former director of the Gay and Lesbian Center of Las Vegas. ...

Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon Jackson will begin performing Feb. 20 in the Rocktellz &Cocktails series at Planet Hollywood. They have signed a 40-show deal.

SIGHTINGS

Former “Saturday Night Live” star Jason Sudeikis, with friends at “Michael Jackson One” (Mandalay Bay) on Saturday. … At Celine Dion (Caesars Palace) on Saturday: Mick Jagger’s youngster daughters, Georgia May and Lizzy, Tommy Hilfiger’s daughter, Ally Hilfiger, and TV personality Tyra Banks. … Rick Harrison of “Pawn Stars” and baseball veteran Jason Giambi at Chayo Mexican Kitchen + Tequila Bar (The Linq) on Saturday. … Singer and golf legend Don Cherry, celebrating his 90th birthday with standing ovations at Pia Zadora’s show at Piero’s Italian Cuisine on Saturday, his birthday. Cherry sang “Without a Song” and “My Way.” His version of “Band of Gold” reached No. 5 on the Billboard charts in 1955. He was an amateur golf sensation when he shot into contention in the 1960 U.S. Open in Denver. Also there: Richard Little, Steve Rossi and retired exec Burton Cohen. … Members of the Washington Redskins, including DeAngelo Hall and Barry Cofield, camping out at VIP tables at Tao (The Venetian) on Saturday. … At N9NE Steakhouse (Palms) on Saturday: a Miss Nevada USA delegation that included Shana Moakler, Miss Nevada USA pageant director, and pageant judges Nicole Murphy (Eddie Murphy’s ex-wife), 2012 Miss Nevada USA Jade Kelsall and Gretchen Jensen, who won Miss USA in 1989 as Gretchen Polhemus, Miss Texas USA. … Mike Tyson, sipping on ginger ale while listening to DJ R.O.B. and The P. Funk All-Stars in the showroom at the Aliante on Saturday. … Music producer Jermaine Dupri, dining at Andrea’s (Encore) on Saturday. … Ex-“Saturday Night Live” star Will Forte, dining at Hakkasan (MGM Grand) on Thursday.

THE PUNCH LINE

“Right now Iran’s population is around 80 million. Their supreme leader wants to get it up to 150 million. If he wants more pregnancies, he should start by legalizing alcohol over there.” — Jimmy Kimmel

Norm Clarke’s column appears Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Reach him at 702-383-0244 or norm@reviewjournal.com. Find more at normclarke.com. Follow @Norm_Clarke on Twitter. “Norm Clarke’s Vegas” airs Thursdays on the “Morning Blend” on KTNV-TV, Channel 13.