A-list actor Kevin Hart said in a statement that the telethon was “an incredible opportunity to bring the work of Jerry Lewis and the Muscular Dystrophy Association forward.”
Paul Shaffer remembers the Righeous Brothers on an old ABC-TV show: “Every week, they always seemed to sing the same song, ‘Koko Joe,’ about a little monkey.”
In ‘Guest House,’ Pauly Shore looks like he reeks, he butts heads with the couple and throws a party that lands the homeowner in jail.
Bruce Williamson sang with the Temptations, Sons of Soul, Lon Bronson Band and David Perrico’s Pop Strings.
Eager to portray a superhero, Alan Silva says, “I wish we, as acrobats, would not get put in the box.”
Lamp for the casino’s rooms among a line of merchandise he’s designed for the Las Vegas Strip resort.
Usher is going to perform as if it’s pre-COVID, says Caesars Entertainment exec Jason Gastwirth.
Usher says of the Caesars Palace residency, “I have missed performing for my fans live and I am so excited to see them in Las Vegas.”
Gov. Steve Sisolak has reportedly reviewed entertainment-safety initiatives by major Las Vegas resort companies, but there is no plan for the return of live entertainment.
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas President and CEO Richard “Boz” Bosworth says, “Both the Shag Room and The Bar are contiguous ultralounges, similar to Alibi or Clique, but combined.”
An organizer for Tuesday’s We Make Events Red Alert campaign says, “This is a closed set, is is not a gathering place, it is not a protest. It is a visual installation. Period.”
We’re revisiting Pizzeria Monzu as Gov. Steve Sisolak and his wife, Kathy, and another couple are shown in a video making the rounds.
Smith Center President Myron Martin says of the We Make Events Red Alert campaign: “This is a plea for stagehands and artists who are not getting federal unemployment.”