Kevin Hart found something to host after all. After stepping down from helming the Academy Awards telecast, the superstar stand-up comic and actor appeared at Drai’s Nightclub at the Cromwell on Sunday.
Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Cher, Britney Spears and Aerosmith are among the superstar trend-setters for the modern-day Vegas residency.
Long-running Colosseum at Caesars Palace superstar Celine Dion took in Lady Gaga’s “Enigma” performance at Park Theater and touched off pandemonium backstage, in crowd and across social media.
Gwen Stefani has added more dates to her 2019 schedule at Planet Hollywood, reinforcing her position as one of the city’s leading resident headliners.
The energy Friday night and in to Saturday morning was inside the 11,000-square-foot nightclub for Lady Gaga’s official after-party, where an omnipresent collection of celebs helped the Houston twins open their first Vegas nightclub.
Lady Gaga took a trek through time Friday night at Park Theater, confiding at one point, “The future is scary, Man.”
The next step for Bob Anderson’s Frank Sinatra tribute is simple, but legendarily difficult: Find a theater on Broadway ready to stage the show by its targeted spring 2019 opening.
Ariana Grande has called off — or “bailed on” according to TMZ — her show at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas scheduled for Saturday night.
It’s still very early, but 2019 at the movies is shaping up to look a lot like the past several years with one fairly large exception: Unlike 2018, there’s a “Star Wars” movie people might actually go see.
The Kats! Bureau was all over the scene in ‘18. We close the year with a crash of cymbals and my year-end column in the form of my own awards to the deserving in VegasVille. These honors are heartfelt, mirthsome and — I stress — non-binding.