Two things always seemed to be a big problem for Celine Dion: 1. Most of her music, at least the English-language pop, was pretty crappy. 2. She wasn’t really 40 yet. Both of those issues are happily cured in the singer’s return to Caesars Palace.
Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone arrived with his wife, Lindsay. He also showed up with a purple mouse under his left eye, a parting gift from Conor McGregor from T-Mobile Arena earlier in the night.
Carrot Top suggested Jon Gruden coach the Dolphins. “I can’t help you, bro,” Gruden said.
Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollisons says of his “We Are Here,” disco show, “We are picky. It has to be the right kind of venue.”
From the stage, Jon Bon Jovi checked out the “Absinthe” tent and said, “I can imagine the band coming back here.”
Videos of Neil Peart performing with Rush will be played on the LED panels 90 feet above street level at the Fremont Street Experience.
Guitarist Vinny “Vin A.” Adinolfi III says, “I think we’ll finally get to see if we can succeed without two hands tied behind our backs.”
Tommy Shaw recalls auditioning for Styx: “It was kind of urgent for them to find somebody who could mainly sing those high parts.”
Rockwell Group is partnering with Hakkasan Group in the refreshing of the 54,500-square-foot party space.
NFL great and Fox broadcaster Terry Bradshaw says, “It’s hard to believe they would want me to do a — what do you call it? — a residency. It’s pretty cool when I say it.”