I usually interview Ron White about his fondness for weed, or falling off of porches while drunk, but this time it’s serious, because on Wednesday he will stage a big Vegas TV special for the Armed Forces Foundation.
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Lynn Bonds was just putting in another day of work this week when rock legend Steven Tyler walked into her store and bought thousands of dollars’ worth of knives.
Brooke Evers is the future. She is a bikini model, social media master, former celebrity interviewer, and a current DJ (she headlines Light nightclub today), and she’s a smart, funny party girl.
Chumlee, “Pawn Stars” superstar, will debut his DJ skills Saturday at the Palms’ iconic Ghostbar Dayclub — and he also wouldn’t mind becoming a professional photographer of bikini models.
Seats might cost as high as $5,000 each for the first 25 rows of the May 2 fight at MGM between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao — a match that “will shatter every record,” ticket broker Ken Solky predicts.
Nicky Hilton told me Wednesday she will change her name to Nicky Rothschild after marrying British banker James Rothschild, and she’d like to have two children with him.
Monday’s tabloids ran photos of her in a Valentine’s weekend bikini. I asked her how she stays in shape. Well, she’s not doing MMA, anymore.
Vegas’ top clubs and bars took in $612 million last year, more than any other American city. XS alone grossed more than all of L.A.’s top bars combined.
“There are comics who smoke weed, and do harder drugs, and go on drinking binges. Then there’s me, trying to find a place to do yoga, or saying, ‘Is this orange juice real or squeezed?’”
Cris Judd had zero percent dance background, but this is the story of how he became a legend (and now he’s seeking dancers for “AGT.”)
I was listening to Andrew Dice Clay’s podcast this week, and he was laughing, and laughing, and laughing, and I thought, “He is so high.”
Before Imagine Dragons, the Killers, “C.S.I.,” “Oceans Eleven” (with Clooney, Pitt and Roberts) or “The Hangover,” there was Slaughter.
Vince Vaughn truly says, “Double down, baby. You gotta double down,” at Vegas casino tables: “To see him saying (‘Swingers’ quotes) at the blackjack table was pretty phenomenal,” says comedian Owen Benjamin.
Rob Fusari wrote and produced for Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Will Smith, but money and success sucked the life out of him until he finally grasped the true key to happiness.
“G.R.L. dresses like hookers, but they also fight crime,” papa Slayton jokes. “They’re like the Fantastic Four. So they’re really doing a lot of good stuff for society.”
This Friday, the world of MMA will converge on the Venetian hotel for the MMA Awards, which will feed athletes’ bank accounts as well as their egos.
Manilow has been the butt of comedians’ jokes for four decades. But a landmark scientific experiment proves people can’t even recognize Manilow’s giant face on a T-shirt.
Would you like to shoot your ex-wife’s stuff with a machine gun? How about your ex-husband’s? This is a real offer. You can do this in Las Vegas soon.
Comedian Todd Glass has stopped telling “fat people” jokes because he finally realized: “Why are they the dregs of society’ ” who deserve to be picked on?
Mere mortals celebrate the anniversaries of their weddings and jobs, but WWE superstar Chris Jericho this week celebrated the fifth anniversary of Mike Tyson punching him in the face.
When fans quit Adam Carolla, he tells them: “Thanks. I bought a couple of houses because you were a fan for the last 10 years. I’m fine with that.”
Mary Wilson of the Supremes has lived in Las Vegas since the 1980s, but her plan to headline a regular Vegas residency eluded her, so she’s moving to L.A. to study acting with one of Halle Berry’s coaches.
“We bond naked!” says Angelique “Frenchy” Morgan, the petite blonde who drives a pink car featuring Hello Kitty insignia around Las Vegas. Only graffiti artist Banksy got more Google searches last year in Britain.
“All the interactions I have with people are always so positive, and everyone’s so supportive. Then I go on social media and everyone hates me.”
One of the last living Ramones equates one band member’s drug habits to another band member’s Republicanism.