Lindsay Lohan is apparently back to her vintage shenanigan ways again, this time heading to Milan for fashion week when she had previously committed to hosting a club night Saturday at Las Vegas hotspot Pure nightclub.
The thrill-a-minute ditzy Lohan abruptly canceled her appearance at the club on the day of Saturday’s planned event, with no explanation to anyone, and was later spotted and photographed in Milan.
Though Lohan may have stealthily skipped out from her Las nightclub engagement, still Sin City got a double dose of star-power on Saturday night when Mariah Carey and Ciara appeared at Haze Nightclub. Mariah was presented with a huge tiered cake after wrapping her Angels Advocate tour at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, while Ciara hosted the evening at the ARIA Hotel & Casino hotspot at CityCenter, singing along to her hits “Goodies” and “Oh.”
Kim Kardashian looked her very buxom best at the launch of her very first fragrance at the Tao nightclub in the Venetian in Las Vegas on Sat., Feb 27.
Kardashian wore a form-fitting, low-cut beige-and-black number with matching black heels. She paired it up with hair worn down and neutral colors on the face.
While we think it’s an odd choice of colors to wear to an evening event, we’ll let it slide, seeing as she’s usually on the money! Let’s hope her new fragrance is too.
Kardashian showed up at the party escorted by her mother, Kris, and celebrity publicists Simon Huck and Jonathan Chaven.
It’s been a very busy week for K-ster, who previously tweeted Olympic gold medalist Evan Lysacek, plugged her fragrance on the sets of QVC shopping channel and met up with beau Reggie Bush at the salon.
Proving she has all the right stuff, she appeared chipper early next morning, Sunday, when she popped out of bed with the chickens to attend the NASCAR opening cermemonies at the Shelby American race in Las Vegas, rooting her namesake’s car on.
Her touted fragrance, named simply Kim Kardashian, is a provacative, heady mix of tuberose, gardenia, and jasmine and is packaged in a circular black bottle. It is available exclusively at Sephora retail stores and QVC.
Four-time defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson, driving the No. 48 Lowes car, cheered on by an almost sell out crowd, won his second-straight race Sunday, as he took the checker flag in the 2010 Shelby American from Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com gave Johnson 9/2 odds to win the Shelby American, meaning a bet of $100 on Johnson paid out $450.
A late pass of teammate Jeff Gordon led to Johnson’s victory, as he led just 18 laps in the race while Gordon led 219.
Kevin Harvick finished second as he also slipped past Gordon late while Gordon finished third, Mark Martin took fourth and Matt Kenseth was fifth.
Kyle Busch, the pole sitter, came in 15th place and led one lap.
Johnson moves up to fifth in the standings while Harvick maintains his spot in first place, 47 points ahead of Clint Bowyer.