Las Vegas: Part Two

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Jan. 1 2008, Published 4:53 a.m. ET

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First night in Vegas, following the Patriots/Giants game at the Palms and a trip to the tattoo parlour, we hit the grand opening of Cathouse hosted by Mischa - although Mischa wasn’t there. In her place Kelly and Jack Osbourne. The place itself was nice but the crowd quickly made me a bit crazy (ironically I get anxiety in the midst of a crowded club, I’m admittedly spoiled by often having my preferred spot standing on top of a banquette rather in a swarm of people). That said, we quickly moved on to the more exclusive and less populated new haunt Noir through a secret entrance on the side of the Luxor. The $27 drinks were worth the more relaxed lounge atmosphere. The only fallback to the venue was the single bathroom for men and woman. While waiting on the long line that probably consisted of a quarter of the people there Paris Hilton waltzed up and proceeded to cut the entire line - with the permission of the bathroom attendant. When I asked the bathroom attendant why he believed it was more important for her to pee than the rest of us he said, “Well, two reasons. One, celebrities bring people to the club. Two, they pay a lot of money.” Hmm, that was an interesting justification since the club is ‘exclusive’ and doesn’t care about attracting lots of people to it’s limited space because you can’t get in unless you’re someone who knows someone and as for his second reason, celebrities are comped and don’t spend money! Amazing how the ones who have the most money spend the least. 

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After her bathroom trip Paris went through the secret door into LAX nightclub where she seemed to enjoy dirty dancing with K-Fed. Wasn’t it just a few weeks ago when she was being BFF with Britney again? Would you care if you’re BFF got down and dirty with your ex, even if it was just for the cameras?


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