Model Tyson Beckford will return to Rio's "Chippendales" show for another month of "hey girl" guest dancing, as he did in in May when he signed up for the Full Vegas of going strip clubbing, judging bikini models and getting into a gun-video spat with the perfectly reasonable singer Chris Brown.
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Some dude threw his underwear at Eva Shaw on stage, once, so if you see her DJ Wednesday at Wet Republic pool‘s night party, she says she‘d prefer roses or cheese.
The last time Barenaked Ladies performed in Vegas, singer Ed Robertson spent six hours playing pinball at the "fantastic" Pinball Hall of Fame, he told me.
“It’s always weird when people say, ‘I’m moving to Vegas.’ You always think, ‘Who are you running from?’”
UFC “Octagon Girl” Brittney Palmer claims in a police report her husband threw her headfirst into their bedpost, and put his knee in her back while she was face down on their bed, struggling to breath for two minutes.
“Hef and I are really happy. That’s all that matters.”
“I couldn’t walk anymore. I was literally going (to die), and nobody could do anything.”
It’s nearly impossible for a band to stay together for even 10 years, but guitarist Tim Mahoney is in the position of telling us how 311 survived the music industry for 25 years.
In just eight months, Brendan Jordan went from the kid who vogue-bombed a TV reporter to the world’s top teen queen in Vegas.
Marlon Wayans is glad “I Can Do That” is doing well on TV, because his big family needs money. “The Wayans family is like a charity: Feed the Hungry Wayans.”
Are you thinking of spending $100,000 to buy the Tesla electric car, praised as the best consumer car in the world? Let Morgan Page ease your mind and open your wallet.
Hugh Hefner’s Las Vegas ex says she considered suicide while falling for him in a Playboy mansion lousy with dog urine and bestiality porn.
For those of you who didn’t experience the Center Bar at the beginning of the century, congratulations, you don’t have a tribal tattoo on your bicep.
Comedian Paula Poundstone doesn’t like what she sees at the park near her Santa Monica home: “95 percent” of parents and nannies ignoring their kids while staring at phones.
If you believe everything you’re told while watching Vegas’ newest ad on YouTube, tourists sometimes get greeted inside hotel elevators by famous DJs while a guy bobs his disco mirrorball helmet in their faces.
Vegas’ most extravagant gala of the year will star Andrea Bocelli, Kris Kristofferson, Quincy Jones, Robin Thicke, Martina McBride, Gloria Estefan, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, Steve Schirripa, and Siegfried and Roy.
Eddie Izzard will run for mayor of London an an atheist, and he expects no fallout, because Brits aren’t so religiously punishing to candidates now, he says.
The many fans and haters of Scott Weiland can gnaw on this nugget he gave me Monday: He’d love to play a regular Vegas residency.
Information overload. Do you feel it? Every five minutes, another Internet story bubbles up that we all have to take a stand on, disagree with others about, and move on. Will our brains survive this onslaught of knowing everything?
Mirage comedian Ron White was thisclose to co-starring in a big HBO show years ago, but the show was canceled before it ran, due to an unrelated development: HBO’s CEO choked his girlfriend in Vegas.
If you were playing “Call of Duty” online multiplayer all weekend like I was, then you might have a small interest in downloadable content of new maps and a new cinematic campaign narrative starring Bruce Campbell.
Terri Nunn has turned down more starring roles than other entertainers get offered in a lifetime. She rejected the TV show “Dallas” plus the lead female part in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.”
Gavin Maloof, of the Palms and former basketball family, is selling his Las Vegas estate in Southern Highlands for $12.5 million — the house where Lil Wayne shot the video for his hip hop classic “Lollipop.”
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are having a second baby after naming the first one North, begging the question: What should they name child number two?
Chumlee believes his life really was closing in on the end credits while vacationing in Hawaii this year when he got stuck in a swirling vortex or death waves.