Paris Hilton’s 28th birthday celebration is this weekend in Las Vegas at the Body English nightclub inside the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Saturday, March 7th and she is inviting 50 of her closest Hollywood friends. The social maven is always controversial. Earlier in February she received THREE losing awards at the Razzies, a spoof on the Oscars. However, Parlux Fragrances just named Hilton as their celebrity of the year, where she will be honored on May 27 in New York.
Daily Archives: March 7, 2009
Celebrities galore plan to walk the “green carpet” for the world movie premiere of “Ace Ventura Jr.: Pet Detective” on Sunday at Noon (line forms at 10 a.m.) at the Springs Preserve at 333 S. Valley View Blvd. in Las Vegas.
The event, sponsored by Johnny Brenden (Brenden Theatres at the Palms) and the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, features celebrity hosts Ryan Malgarini (CBS’ Gary Unmarried) and Brittany Curran (Legally Blondes). And walking the carpet from the film will be Josh Flitter (Nancy Drew, License to Wed), Emma Lockhart (Batman Begins), Austin Rogers (Drillbit Taylor), Reed Alexander (Nickelodeon’s iCarly), Adam Hicks (How to Eat Fried Worms, Shaggy Dog), Hunter Clary (Fuel, The Transporter II, Meet the Spartans) and Dan Curtis Lee (Upcoming Zeke & Luther, Ned’s Classified School Survival Guide).
Attendees can receive autographs from their favorite celebrities and then all are invited to a special movie showing at the venue.
The movie follows the Ace Ventura motion picture series made popular by Jim Carrey. Actor Josh Flitter, 12, plays Ace Jr., the son of the eccentric detective who steps into his father’s shoes after his mother is wrongly arrested for stealing a baby panda. The movie provides a new generation of family fun and goof-brained comedy panda-monium as Ace Ventura Jr. teams with adventurous girl-next-door Laura (Emma Lockhart) and nerdish gizmo-wiz A-Plus (Austin Rogers) to chase down leads and laughs.
Ready for fun? Allriiiighty-then. Ace – Ace Jr. is on the case!
Ka-ching, ka-ching. . . the revenue results have been tabulated for last Saturday’s “Keep Memory Alive” fundraising benefit at the Bellagio in Las Vegas for the new Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. In a choking recession, Keep Memory Alive has cleared a cool $10 million for the event, including one $5 million donation, two $1 million donations. That brings the grand total to more than $75 million raised by the organization since it started 13 years ago.
The event’s huge success could have been attributed to many reasons: Siegfried & Roy’s supposed final performance, the gala ambiance, the scrumptious food prepared by celebrity chefs galore, or was it the free-flowing Dom Perignon? Maybe it was the auctioned trip to David Copperfield’s Bahamas estate, hosted by the magician, which went for $60,000? Could the success be attributed to the gaggle of celebrities in attendance including Teri Hatcher, Hilary Duff, Danny DeVito and his wife, Rhea Perlman, comic actor (and former Riviera entertainment director) Steve Schirripa, Muhammed Ali, Kristin Davis, and Jane’s Addiction front man Perry Ferrell?
Tossing conjectures aside, the gala highlighted Keep Memory Alive’s team coordination and fundraising prowess to bring about an heightened awareness to brain disorder diseases – Alzeimer’s alone afflicts about 5.2 million Americans – and raise money in Las Vegas in a down economy for a great cause.
If you missed Brande Roderick showing up in stylish fashion on the red carpet on Friday evening to host the Tao nightclub in the Venetian Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, we’ve included a fresh Vegas Backstage Access photo for your viewing pleasure. And we asked again if she was going to be a winner on “Celebrity Apprentice” and again we got the cold shoulder. But…a trivia question of the day: Who was the first “Baywatch” TV cast member that was also a PPOTY (Playboy Playmate of the Year)? Erika Eleniak? Must be Pamela Anderson! Nope – the first Baywatch babe to be the Playboy Playmate of the Year was Brande Roderick. And now she’s the second PPOTY to participate in the Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” TV show. Brande has already done better than season one apprentice Tiffany Fallon, who was ‘fired’ in episode one.