As he moves into his next show at Planet Hollywood, Criss Angel talks of his time at Luxor, his young son Johnny Crisstopher’s health challenges, how he has been perceived by the media, the influence of his family and how he has grown over the past decade.
The serpent-suited magician who brags of being “The loser of America’s Got Talent” is joining a spinning skating act and a self-muted mime on AGT’s upcoming all-star show.
Dave Chappelle and John Mayer have scheduled a “hybrid” show on the Las Vegas Strip in December.
The show will still deliver funds and awareness to the One Drop foundation, naturally. But the new production stars the character One (portrayed by a 7-year-old girl), who leads Everyman (played by a grown-up) on a journey of spiritual awakening.
It’s now important to note that Donny Osmond announced, three weeks ago and totally out of the dark, that Donny & Marie were closing their stage show at the end of next year.
And for the first time, “Le Reve,” the aquatic spectacular at Wynn Las Vegas, is donating a single performance to a charity.
Wanda Widdles called forth a parade led by Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper, followed by a pair of bedraggled Spider-Men, showgirls, Mickey Mouse (or his understudy), Captain America, Deadpool and a pair of Playboy bunnies.
Jeff Leibow’s annual NF fundraiser features Timothy Dunfield of Sin City Church of Las Vegas and Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney, who have teamed for the new album “Finding Faith,” with the new single, “There Is Love,” released in September.
Britney Spears’ fans won’t need to look far for domination. It’s right there in the title of her new show.
Debbie Gibson, at age 48, says she is eager to reminisce with her touring contemporaries.