Holly Madison fans got a big hint about what was happening in Holly’s world about 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Her boyfriend, Pasquale Rotella, tweeted two words: “Labor Day!!!”
An hour later, Madison delivered what Us Weekly called a “little girl next door.”
The 7-pound, 2-ounce baby was born in a Henderson hospital.
Madison, 33, gave her fans — 1.2 million on Twitter — some anxious moments two weeks ago when she tripped and fell on her bottom during a red carpet appearance.
She described it as “a little tumble” and added “me and the baby are totally fine — no worries!”
Rotella, 38, is the CEO and founder of Insomniac, the electronic music company behind the successful Electric Daisy Carnival, which moved from Los Angeles to Las Vegas Motor Speedway two years ago.
She’s the former lead of “Peepshow,” the burlesque show at Planet Hollywood Resort, and a star in the reality show “The Girls Next Door” about life in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion.
Madison and Rotella, who plan to marry this summer, said they haven’t decided on the baby’s name yet.
They made the birth announcement to In Touch magazine, which reportedly has exclusivity rights for the baby photos.
Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson has signed up for a new TV series titled “Being Mike Tyson.” The show will air on the new cable sports network Fox Sports 1, which launches in August.
By the way, Tyson’s interview with Oprah will air April 9. It was produced by Ari Levin’s Jolon Productions, which has been producing Cinema Con (formerly ShoWest) for the past 12 years. …
Former “Gridlock” host Mitch Moss is returning to KWWN-radio, ESPN 1100, to fill the vacancy left by Paul Howard’s departure. He moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in the fall of 2011 to join his wife, TV personality Lorraine Blanco. He starts March 18.
THE SCENE AND HEARD
First Food & Bar and Rattlecan closed this week at the Palazzo. It is relocating to new spaces, according to an announcement that didn’t reveal where. In other restaurant news: Dos Caminos, which opened at the Palazzo in late 2008 and closed three years later, is reopening this month in Summerlin.
Tough-guy actor Steve Buscemi, dining with a group at Gordon Ramsey Steak (Paris) on Sunday. He was in town to promote “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” which opens in theaters March 15. Cast mate Olivia Wilde dined at Scarpetta (Cosmopolitan) on Friday. She recently got engaged to “Saturday Night Live” star Jason Sudeikis, who was a member of “The Second City” cast that headlined at the Flamingo a decade ago. She plays a stagehand who wants to be a magician. … At the Meatball Spot (Town Square) on Friday: UFC favorite Frank Mir, with his wife; and boxing legend Leon Spinks with retired boxing referee Joe Cortez. … Actor Luke Wilson, taking in the Bob Weir show Friday night at The Pearl at the Palms. Earlier, Weir was spotted at N9ne Steakhouse.
THE PUNCH LINE
“The search for a pope has begun. The cardinals are all starting to gather together in Rome right now. It’s like a ‘Star Trek’ convention but less celibate.” — Conan O’Brien
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