Lynette Chappell, the so-called “Evil Queen” in the Siegfried Roy fiefdom, says she was somewhat shaken by the two-hour special.
Celine Dion resumes her scheduled shows at Bell Centre on Friday and Saturday. Her world tour opened Sept. 18 in Quebec City.
Marshmello has satisfied about half of the dates on his original deal, which was signed in April and had earned him about $600,000 per weekend based on the original $60 million contract figure.
Roy Horn “actually flat-lined … or died” the night he was dragged off-stage by Mantecore, says a trauma surgeon who treated the legendary entertainer. The program will air at 11:30 tonight in Las Vegas.
Shepard Fairey’s latest piece, a black-and-white portrait of Queen, is against the brick wall overlooking OTR’s upper-level courtyard.
A new show is opening at Bellagio, and this one is rewinding the clock.
Santa Fe, a force in Las Vegas entertainment for years, is now reaching out to visiting stars.
Wayne Newton’s participation with The Black Keys was set up secretly, to maximize the impact of the Strip legend’s arrival.
Smokey Robinson is back at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday nights. At age 79, Robinson still finds joy in performing his hits for a live audience.
In the made-for-Vegas story line, Emily Simpson asked Jennifer Romas and Westgate officials if she could dance in the topless revue “Sexxy.”