Perez Hilton has moved to Vegas from L.A. Credit a run with the Chippendales for that inspiration.
Adele is eager to watch the halftime show of Super Bowl LVII, led by fellow superstar Rihanna.
A complaint filed in Clark County in December alleges the singer sexually assaulted a 17-year-old autistic girl in 2001.
At 74, drummer and vocalist George Brown says the best parts of his life are those spent with his wife, five sons and bandmates. “You need to live the life you want to live,” he says.
Rapper Future, the Pro Bowl Games and Paranormal Cirque top this week’s list of things to do in Las Vegas.
Lawrence Gowan’s signature effect is a keyboard that rotates 360 degrees. The stage piece dates to 1990, and involves legendary Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson.
The three-day event will featured Enhypen, Kang, Viviz and more.
Artists must have released their first commercial recording at least 25 years before they’re eligible for induction.
Following the release of “Renaissance,” her seventh studio album, the global superstar has announced her Renaissance World Tour.
ABC’s “Black in Vegas” features interviews with Usher, Smokey Robinson, George Wallace, Luenell, Ne-Yo and and Clint Holmes.
The UNLV sophomore is one of 31 young people chosen to join the advisory board of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation.
Rene-Claude LaMarre’s theater concept sprouted from the writer-director’s “Chocolate City” movie franchise.
Over the weekend, Vegas producers Alan and Kathi Glist had discussed inviting Cindy Williams back to “Menopause The Musical.”
Cirque du Soleil hits “Michael Jackson One,” “O” and “Mystere” all celebrate major milestones this year.
The multicolored, 56-foot-long sign has not been illuminated in a quarter century. “Lido” was a hallmark Las Vegas Strip show from 1958-1991.