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Salt-N-Pepa & More Celebrate Grand Opening Of Their ‘I Love The 90s’ Las Vegas Residency

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Oct. 26 2018, Updated 5:42 p.m. ET

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Salt-N-Pepa were out in Las Vegas last night to celebrate the official opening of their brand new I Love The 90s Las Vegas residency. The hip hop ladies were also joined by a few special guests. Read on to see who joined in on the festivities and for all the details on the show’s run.

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The show itself is a spinoff and more permanent version of the group’s successful I Love The 90s tour. It is also the very first hip hop music residency to date. It will feature a rotating line-up of performers including: En VogueRob Base, All-4-One, Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath, Kid 'n Play, and Dru Hill.

Grand Opening Of “SALT N PEPA’S I LOVE THE ’90s – THE VEGAS SHOW” Residency At Paris Las Vegas
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Of course Cheryl "Salt" James, Sandra "Pepa" Denton, and Deidra "DJ Spinderella" Roper all turned out for momentous occasion.

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Rapper Rob Base graced the red carpet in a business meets casual, suede jacket and jeans combo. His hat was embroidered with “It Takes Two” — a reference to his hit 1988 single.

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R&B girl group SWV also showed their support. Their styles were a mix of bold prints, athleisure, and graphic tees.

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Mark looked like a true rockstar in his all back (minus his tan sneakers) ‘fit!

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All-4-One can still pull off that pristine boyband cohesion even after all these years. They all looked sleek and coordinated in their black tops and black jeans.

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Chauncey “Black” Hannibal, former lead singer of 90’s group Blackstreet, also stopped by to show some love. He paired a printed bomber jacket with a pair of striped glasses.

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What do you think about Salt-N-Pepa’s hip hop residency? Sound off in the comments!

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