At least we know there was no way Michael Crabtree was sneaking in.
The Legion of Boom (which didn’t even bother to invite Lex Luthor or Solomon Grundy in the world’s biggest bullshit move) partied it up to celebrate the Seahawks’ Super Bowl win this weekend, starting Friday night at Marquee when Richard Sherman got down with Kam Chancellor and other members of the Seahawks, Patriots and 49ers. (No Broncos allowed, apparently?)
During the day on Saturday, Sherman and company were at Lavo Brunch before ending the night at Chateau.
She’s hoping to be the first centerfold making duckface in the pages of Playboy. (Photos by David Becker)
Former Hugh Hefner plaything Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett did her 28th birthday at Chateau Saturday night, along with brother Colin. She cashed in the requisite cake and confetti before jumping on mic to address the crowd. What we’re not sure of is how Kendra is still only 28. She just feels like one of those constants in life, like the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower and Justin Bieber. You know, things that have been around forever or at least feel like they have.
Seriously, pal. You’ll burn out if you don’t take a breather. (Photos by Bryan Steffy)
Jeremih hit the Chateau rooftop on Saturday night for a 2 a.m. show where he did “Down on Me” and “Birthday Sex,” which is just a tremendous amount of mileage for a song about annual humping. On the one hand, it’s always someone’s birthday. On the other, it doesn’t really resonate with the uplifting, universal message of say, “Humping Around.” You know, as songs about humping go.
Jeremih also shouted out Lil Wayne, who may or may not be dying, before doing “All the Time.”
By 3:30 a.m., CeeLo Green turned up to grab a table next to Jeremih, where their two groups started mingling. They left by 5, to the strains of “Easy.” Nothing like a little Lionel Richie to really put the dagger in a party.
Someone needs to stage a velour intervention. (Photos by David Becker)
CeeLo celebrated the debut of Loberace last night by popping over to Chateau around 2 a.m. rocking another velour tracksuit with hoodie, which is apparently the only thing he wears when he’s not in full-on goofy costume regalia on stage.
He was joined by fellow Voice judge Christina Aguilera and Big Gipp of the Goodie Mob. We’re not sure why Adam Levine wasn’t invited, but we’re nigh-positive it had something to do with him foisting “Moves Like Jagger” on an unsuspecting world.
NOW where’s Rodman supposed to go to dance in a blouse? (Photos by Angela Weiss)
Well, we guess this means Chateau’s not closing after all.
Despite persistent rumors that the Paris Las Vegas club would become the most recent casualty of the nightlife grind, it looks like AMG — proprietors of Pure and the upcoming Hakkasan, as well as other venues around town and in Atlantic City and the Bahamas — will step in to take over management including “operations and future redevelopment plans.”
Whether that means a whole-scale rebranding or else just some tweaking remains to be seen, but our money is on the former. Chateau, like Sugar Factory right below it, had been operated by a group of investors that had sold Gallery to Block16 Hospitality in May.
Ain’t no party like a birthday party ‘cuz a birthday party won’t stop. Literally. (Photo by Denise Truscello)
Friday Night Lights’ Aimee Teegarden is still celebrating her birthday, even though it was Oct. 10. Not that she’s dragging it out or anything. Because we’re looking forward to our own personal February Christmas. Teegarden started Saturday night at Meatball Spot before going over to Chateau to collect obligatory cake. Pretty soon it’ll be time for her to have some birthday turkey and stuffing, followed in five weeks by going out for birthday fireworks, champagne and party hats. We’re kind of on board with the Perpetual Birthday Machine.
If nerds were usually that beefy, they wouldn’t have to fear getting beat up by the jocks, now would they? (Photos by David Becker)
Jenni Farley and fiance Roger Matthews Halloween’ed it up in nerdface Saturday night at Chateau. Which, considering how things are going down back East, we can’t blame them for coming someplace where water will never threaten them.
Naturally, JWoww said she couldn’t handle child-rearin’ quite like Snooki.
“I’m not thinking about kids until I’m like 30. I’m not ready, I’m still being selfish,” she said. “Nicole makes it look so easy. She’s a totally different person now and a perfect mother.”
Yes. And we expect that perfect motherhood train to keep rolling. Until her kid hits 14 and digs up old Shore clips on FutureYouTube.
Break out the Vincent Price.
FINALLY it’s Halloween weekend which will segue awkwardly into a Monday and Tuesday where everyone hangs around waiting to get dressed up again on Wednesday for actual Halloween Night. But start collecting your Halloween cash and prizes tonight at Chateau where they’re giving away $5,000 for the Thriller Halloween Costume Party. Because it’s thriller. Thriller night. Click for more words and pictures »
Heh heh. They’re holding balls. (Photo by David Becker)
Gold medalists Hope Solo, Tina Ellertson and Sydney Leroux kept the celebration train rolling Friday night with a trip to Chateau, right after Solo was signing copies of her book, Solo: A Memoir of Hope at Sugar Factory.
Solo and Leroux went to the DJ booth to start whipping mini soccer balls at the crowd, which is total bullshit. You let these girls use their hands now, and where are we going to be as a national soccer program in 2016? Nowhere. That’s where. Won’t anyone think of Team USA?
Prince Harry, take notes. (Photos by David Becker)
It’s a three-day weekend, so you know what that means: It was a Diddy-day weekend. Unh.
Ciroc-monster Diddy and girlfriend Cassie came into Tao with a crew of 30 Saturday, before heading to Chateau, where he partied with Tyga and a very blond Chris Brown. Apparently science has proven platinum dye jobs distract women so they don’t see the left hook coming.
Diddy turned up around 2 a.m., pushed Lawless and conspicuously drinking Ciroc. He also shouted out former manager Chris Lighty, who died Aug. 30, saying, “We don’t do moments of silence. We do three seconds of noise.”
The noise was then sampled by Diddy, and overlaid with unused Biggie outtakes from the Ready to Die recording sessions. It debuted at No. 1 on iTunes.