Celine Dion’s return to Caesars Palace on Aug. 27 will include plans for “a significantly different show,” according to a Caesars Entertainment rep.
A book that paints gambling legend Benny Binion as an FBI informant is heading for Hollywood, and his family isn’t happy about it.
Multihyphenate Jason Alexander is looking to step up his work as a director, signing with Abrams Artists Agency for representation as a helmer.
Brown, 21, the only child of singers Bobby Brown and Houston, has been treated at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta.
Rossi, who played the straight man to Marty Allen in the famed duo Allen & Rossi, died June 22 after a brief bout with cancer. He was 82.
A 6-foot-7 junior at Liberty High School, young Ed O’Bannon has options: He’s not only one of the top Las Vegas basketball prospects, but he’s armed with a fastball clocked at 93 mph.
When mafia princess Susan Berman was slain in 2000, former Nevada Gov. Bob Miller was among the first notified.
Justin Bieber partied early Sunday without his boxing “coach” Floyd Mayweather Jr., who is in training for his superfight with Manny Pacquiao.
It is a rare occasion when Celine Dion and controversy appear in the same sentence. But the dismissal of four band members this week apparently left some feeling like scapegoats.
Will Ferrell is ready to take the mound — and every other position — for a new HBO special from his Funny or Die, in partnership with Major League Baseball.
Celine Dion’s longtime musical conductor and three other band members have been laid off, but her new manager issued a news release to reassure her fans that she is returning to Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas topless dancer who agreed to be a prom date for an Oregon teen — only to have it turn out to be a stunt — says “it was kind of silly, but flattering.”
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