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Friday, September 15, 2017

FASHION AT US WEEKLY'S MOST STYLISH NEW YORKER'S

Olivia Culpo



Gene Simmons



Beth Ostrosky Stern



Ryan Ashley Malarkley



Ryan Ashley Malarkley along with Beth Ostrosky Stern were photographed at US Weekly's Most Stylish New Yorker's Party at The Jane the other night in New York City. We just love the fashion on  Olivia Culpo. Pure Style and class. Gene Simmons also showed up to hand out a few KISSES!



Friday, November 28, 2014

THANKSGIVING PARADE: TOO MANY PLUGS FOR NBC

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THE GLORIOUS CORNER

Story By: G. H. HARDING
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Meghan Trainor At Thanksgiving Parade



MACY’S PARADE --- I try to watch the Thanksgiving Day Parade every holiday as it’s just a pretty neat program from concept to execution, as well as an interesting barometer of where things are right now in pop culture. I actually rode in it years back with an artist I was working with and it was a totally unique ride to literally be in the parade looking out.



Yesterday’s parade (its 88th) was intriguing as always, but there were so many plugs for NBC and NBC-shows, that at times it got a bit muddled. Matt Ryan, from NBC’s Constantine was there; even while his show suddenly shut down production last week. Go figure!



They heavily tub-thumped the upcoming live Peter Pan, with Alison Williams and Christopher Walken as well. Clearly, they've had a number of rehearsals to produce the commercials. One thought: Walken as Captain Hook, looks to be quite the soft-shoe man. Never knew Hook had such moves!



I always enjoy the music acts and this year a great crop of performers were on hand, though Idina Menzel I think was the oldest performer there.



Meghan Trainor, Nick Jonas, Becky G (who reminded me of Shakira and was exceptional!), Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Sabrina Carpenter (Girl Meets World), Good Charlotte’s Joel and Benji Madden, were there, but the highlight would have to be Kiss doing “Rock And Roll All Nite (sic).”



Gene Simmons and his pack have long-embraced all forms of merchandising, so, while I don't readily know why they were even here, maybe get set for a Kiss-boutique at Macy’s. Crazy!



ALL THINGS THAT ROCK --- Ever wanted to meet some of your favorite band members and singers at once? The All Things That Rock Festival, beginning today in Oaks, PA, can make that wish come true. Attendees will have access to meet and greets, Q&A panels, photo and autograph sessions, VIP packages, giveaways, and door prizes. With over 100 vendors, guests can buy, sell, or trade nearly any rock n' roll collectible. Special guests include Peter Criss (KISS), Micky Dolenz (The Monkees), Artimus Pyle (Lynyrd Skynyrd), Ed Kowalczyk (ex-Live), Denny Laine (Wings/Moody Blues), professional insider May Pang, David Uosikkinen (The Hooters), Vince Martell (Vanilla Fudge), Jade Starling (Pretty Poison), Billy J. Kramer and more.



Hosted by Eddie Trunk, the festival will take place at The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA, today and tomorrow from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.



Also, Dolenz will perform a live show backed by Van Halen-tribute band Romeo Delight, on Saturday night.



Our friend PR-pasha Randy Alexander (as well as Scott Segelbaum) will be on hand as the event’s mouthpiece as well.



LAMBERT OUT --- Adam Lambert celebrated Miley Cyrus‘22nd birthday party at Factory Nightclub, last week at Beacher’s Madhouse in Hollywood.



The 32-year-old entertainer was spotted in the photo booth that evening, where he had fun with the props put out for guests – including licking and fondling a blow up doll while surrounded his entourage.



Cyrus’ new bf Patrick Schwarzenegger was on hand as well.



CLOSING NOTES --- PR-mouthpiece David Salidor at Musu Sushi in Roslyn, Long Island ...



Yep, they'll be a sequel for 1996's Independence Day; the original boasting Will Smith ... who sadly won't be involved in the new one. But, maybe Jeff Goldblum? Hope so ...



The trailer for the new Jurassic World movie, with Chris Pratt and Jane Greer look great; but, why not feature Vincent D'Onofrio in it? It's the long-awaited sequel to the series of Jurassic Park movies - the first one came out in 1993.


Monday, August 18, 2014

GENE SIMMONS IS A CLASS ACT AND HONORABLE MAN

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THE GLORIOUS CORNER

Story By: G. H. HARDING
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Elliot Tiber




WOODSTOCK AT 45 --- Forty-five years ago this summer on August 15, 1969, Elliot Tiber found his own life's freedom just as the late folk singer Richie Havens sang his improvised song "Freedom" from the stage at the Woodstock Festival.



As writer of the acclaimed book Taking Woodstock (made by two-time Oscar winning director Ang Lee into a major motion picture released five years ago in the summer of 2009) and its prequel Palm Trees on the Hudson, Tiber has had much to share with audiences about all the amazing things that happened to him both before and during that weird and wild and wonderful time in August 1969 that gave birth to Woodstock Nation.

 

In terms of what happened to Elliot after Woodstock, that question will soon be answered in detail with the forthcoming publication of Tiber's third and final memoir titled After Woodstock: The True Story of a Belgian Movie, an Israeli Wedding, and a Manhattan Breakdown.



As his upcoming book's subtitle indicates, Tiber’s years after that legendary 1969 concert took him to various places around the globe with the comfort and support of the late Belgian film/theater director and actor Andre Ernotte. The story of their loving relationship, spanning nearly 30 years of incredible highs and lows (especially the first years of the AIDS crisis in the 1980’s and early 1990’s), just goes to show how cherished and magical a gift one's freedom in life truly can be.



With both the one-year anniversary of Richie Havens' passing this past April 22 (Earth Day), and the 45th anniversary this summer of the original 1969 Woodstock Arts & Music Festival (Aug. 15 - 18), Tiber remains as one of the few who were actually there.



Recognized as a true gay-rights pioneer by The New York Times, Tiber's life story will soon stand as an outspoken and serio-comic-trilogy of three separate books once his newest and final memoir, After Woodstock, is published by next month.



Reflecting for a moment on the music of the three-day festival; it’s interesting to note which bands have actually remained to this day; with Santana (who performed on Saturday) and The Who (Saturday as well and had the longest set) certainly topping the list. Much missed acts include Janis Joplin; John B. Sebastian; Canned Heat; and, Jimi Hendrix (who closed the show).



Looking at the performers list, it’s hard to believe Blood, Sweat & Tears, Ten Years After (Alvin Lee) and, Sha-Na-Na performed as well.




In many ways, Woodstock certainly paved the way for the live-events of today; including Lollapalooza, Coachchella and even SXSW.



If you haven't seen the Ang Lee –movie, you should, as it pretty well encapsulates the feelings and music of those halcyon days. I got to know Tiber when the first book came out and he’s the real deal; the movie version subtly changed certain parts of the book (less of Tiber’s personal transformation, more on the event) but, the filmmaker did an outstanding job. The movie wasn't the huge hit that everyone was counting on, but remains a vivid and accurate document of those days. I recommend it very highly.


Class Act Gene Simmons




KISS OFF --- Gene Simmons of Kiss is in damage control after making obscene comments about depression in an interview and has canceled his Twitter account after backlash from the statement.



In an interview with songfacts.com published on July 31 Simmons said, "I don't get along with anybody who’s a drug addict and has a dark cloud over their head and sees themselves as a victim. Drug addicts and alcoholics are always: ‘The world is a harsh place.’ My mother was in a concentration camp in Nazi Germany. I don't want to hear fuck all about ‘the world as a harsh place.’ She gets up every day, smells the roses and loves life. And for a putz, 20-year-old kid to say, ‘I'm depressed, I live in Seattle.’ Fuck you, then kill yourself."




He added, "I always call them on their bluff. I'm the guy who says ‘Jump!’ when there’s a guy on top of a building who says, ‘That’s it, I can't take it anymore, I'm going to jump.’ Are you kidding? Why are you announcing it? Shut the fuck up, have some dignity and jump! You've got the crowd."



The comments have outraged people all over the world, especially following the news of the death of Robin Williams.



Mike Fitzpatrick, Content Director of Australia's Triple M, has pulled Kiss from the network’s national play list. In a statement Fitzpatrick said, "Gene Simmons’ recent comments are misguided and insensitive. Depression and Suicide are not topics he should be using to further his notoriety or sell records. His desperation to use mental health issues to find relevancy in a modern age is sickening. I can only put it down to a brain fade on his part. The Triple M Network can't and won't be playing or supporting this dickhead’s music. I put the challenge out to other stations across Australia and North America to also drop any of this nudnik’s songs until such time as he reconsiders his thoughtless and insensitive position."



Simmons has removed his Twitter account and posted the following statement at the official Kiss website:



“I want to make this statement about my views on depression for the record and to clarify my prior remarks.



To the extent my comments reported by the media speak of depression, I was wrong and in the spur of the moment made remarks that in hindsight were made without regard for those who truly suffer the struggles of depression. I sincerely apologize to those who were offended by my comments. I recognize that depression is very serious and very sad when it happens to anyone, especially loved ones. I deeply support and am empathetic to anyone suffering from any disease, especially depression.



I have never sugarcoated my feelings regarding drug use and alcoholics. Somewhere along the line, my intention of speaking in very directly and perhaps politically incorrectly about drug use and alcoholics has been misconstrued as vile commentary on depression. Unkind statements about depression was certainly never my intention. Fully, you will know that and I do not intend to defend myself here and now, by listing the myriad charities and self-help organizations I am involved with. Rather, I simply want to be clear that my heart goes out to anyone suffering from depression and I deeply regret any offhand remarks in the heat of an interview that might have suggested otherwise.”



JAMES EDSTROM'S EDITORS NOTE: Since I do not write this Column, I had to add a little note. I met Gene Simmons several years ago with cover girl Cyndi Guyer at restaurant Laga Lu in New York City. As I sat down with them, I never met a more nice human being than Gene Simmons. The guy is a class act all the way. I can only say whatever the quote was, we all say things in the heat of the moment that we wish we never said. I can not tell you how many TV interviews I have done and after I think why did I say that. Interviews are tough and sometimes you happen to say the wrong thing. 


I suffer from depression and money problems just like anyone else. I am trying to raise a abused homeless kid who I took off the streets of Times Square. I do without so he will have. It is not easy. So depression hits me from time to time and it is crippling. I worry every day about getting my kid the things he needs and the love he never had. 


But one thing I know is, I am a very good judge of character and Gene Simmons is a good and honorable man. Enough said!



LENNOX RETURNS --- Vinyl lovers will get to hear Annie Lennox's new album first, which is fitting for an album she calls Nostalgia.



Nostalgia, which Blue Note/Capitol will release Sept. 30 on vinyl and Oct. 21 in other formats, features the former Eurythmics singer's take on such classics as “Georgia on My Mind,” “Summertime” and “You Belong to Me.”



As Lennox approached the songs, penned by the likes of Hoagy Carmichael, Billie Holiday, George Gershwin and Duke Ellington, she tells Billboard, "I was just curious, I thought, 'I wonder what my voice would be like. Would these songs suit my voice?'



"It was like a little challenge. I just sort of got to know them, became friends with them really and had a great deal of joy in the process."



Lennox, 59, previewed the Mike Stevens-produced album last Tuesday at Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever Cemetery.




In 1995, Lennox released an album of modern covers, Medusa. Her most recent album was a 2010 holiday set titled A Christmas Cornucopia.



CLOSING NOTES --- Don Was took home an Emmy on Saturday night at the Creative Arts Awards. The show, held one week before the formal Emmy telecast, presents the awards for all categories that will not be part of the main show.



Was won for Music Direction for the CBS special The Beatles: The Night That Changed America, a special that aired on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show and including performances of Fab Four songs by classic and contemporary artists.



Was, born Don Fagenson, formed the group Was (Not Was) in 1979 with childhood friend David Weiss. They hit their commercial peak in 1987 and 1988 with the album What Up, Dog? and the number 7 hit Walk the Dinosaur. They also had a number of Club hits including the number 1 Club song “Spy in the House of Love.”



Don went on to be a highly in demand producer and band leader for the likes of Bonnie Raitt (Nick of Time), the B-52's (Cosmic Thing), Bob Dylan (Under the Red Sky), the Rolling Stones (Voodoo Lounge), Hootie & the Blowfish and many others ...



Also, big winners at the fete were Jimmy Fallon; HBO’s True Detective; Saturday Night Live; Game of Thrones; and Harry Shearer, finally for his voice-over work on The Simpsons. The big show is set for this Sunday …



From Deadline: “David Gregory didn't get to say, ‘So long’, to Meet the Press viewers yesterday — his bosses at NBC News gave him the heave-ho Thursday, effective immediately, after two decades at the division, because his Sunday Beltway show was not doing as well in the ratings as competitors at ABC and CBS. Minutes after Gregory tweeted that he was out, NBC News announced that he would be replaced by Chuck Todd in September.




“As you may be aware, David Gregory’s final show as moderator of Meet the Press was last Sunday,” Gregory fill-in Andrea Mitchell announced near the close of the broadcast, sounding like she was launching into an In Memoriam segment. We expected to see dates flash on screen.




“Meet the Press makes a lot of history, and a great deal of it was with David at the helm since he started in December, 2008,” Mitchell continued, as NBC’s tone-deaf handling of the situation unfolded to the show’s viewers.




Clips of news-making interviews followed, including the one in 2012 where Gregory got Vice President Joe Biden to publicly embrace gay marriage, making headlines everywhere and leading the way for President Obama to endorse same-sex marriage days later. In thanks for which, on Thursday, NBC News hustled Gregory out the door so as to not have him around this sleepy mid-August morning. This after dragging its feet for weeks, while dismissing press reports that Gregory was on the outs as ludicrous and insulting.




“Before taking the Meet the Press chair, David had a stellar eight years covering presidential politics at the White House for NBC News,” Mitchell continued to prattle.




“In 20 years with NBC News, David has done it all — the OJ Simpson trial, Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City bombing, Today show guest-hosting and, when the cameras weren't rolling, dead-on imitations of everyone from the President of the United States to Tom Brokaw. Through all the years, David has been true to the traditions of this program and NBC News,” she said of the man who was bounced out the door three days earlier like an argumentative drunk.




“On Thursday, David tweeted,” Mitchell noted, then read his classy tweets, which had ended with: “to the viewers, I say ‘thank you’.” Which Gregory was not allowed to say on NBC. Good thing Mitchell was around to say it for him.”




Pundits have said the 4 million that NBC paid him will ease the tension; me, I think it was just rude.




Tuesday, August 12, 2014

GENE SIMMONS TELLS IMMIGRANTS TO LEARN ENGLISH

Gene Simmons



KISS frontman Gene Simmons appeared on HuffPost Live and spoke with host Ricky Camilleri about KISS's new tour and the reality series "4th and Loud." But the conversation quickly turned into Simmons opining about immigrants today and their reluctance, in his mind, to learn English.


Gene Simmons: "I'm actually saying the thing that needs to be said, because the politically-correct climate is bullshit."



Ricky Camilleri: "What is the politically-correct climate in regards to immigrants though?"



Simmons: "You don't want to upset anybody by saying, 'Learn to speak goddamn English.' So, as an immigrant, I'm telling you: learn to speak goddamn English. It is the key that will unlock the keys to the kingdom. If you make the effort then all the possibilities of this culture will open up for you and give you all the rewards that I've gotten."



Camilleri: "You don't think that's easier said than done for some people though?"



Simmons: "Of course it's difficult but why should it be easy?... How about this: if Siri can't understand you, you're in trouble."



 

Monday, February 24, 2014

NOT A 'KISS' FOR ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME

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THE GLORIOUS CORNER

Story By: G. H. HARDING
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Gene Simmons




KISS CRISIS --- Kiss won't rock and roll all night — or at any point during the day, either — when they are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April, said the band on Sunday.



The 40-year-old group is unable to agree on which lineup should perform during the April 10th ceremony in New York City, and has decided not to plug in at all.



The dispute concerns whether original members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss would join Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in a live performance, or whether the current lineup of Stanley, Simmons, Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer would play instead.



In a message on its website, Kiss said it won't perform with any lineup, calling it "an emotional situation where there is no way to please everyone."



"Our intention was to celebrate the entire history of Kiss and give credit to all members, including longtime present members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer, and additionally Bruce Kulick and Eric Carr all who have made this band what it is, regardless of the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame's point of view," the band wrote on its web site. "Although Kiss has moved forward far longer without them, Ace and Peter are at the very foundation of what we have built and this would all be impossible had they not been a part of it in the beginning."



The band made no mention of former guitarists Vinnie Vincent, who helped kick off the band's unmasked era, or Mark St. John, who was with the band briefly in 1984 and who died in 2007.




"It is over 13 years since the original lineup has played together in makeup and we believe the memory of those times would not be enhanced," Kiss wrote on its site. "To bring this to a quick end, we have decided not to play in any line-up, and we will focus our attention on celebrating our induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame."



The ongoing dispute was brought to a boil when Frehley called into broadcaster Eddie Trunk's syndicated radio show Friday night to say that Simmons and Stanley had rejected a reunion with the original four members for the induction.



"They just shot down any type of reunion with us," Frehley said during the broadcast. "It's very frustrating. It's what the fans wanted, it's what the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame wanted, and it's not gonna happen. You don't want to do something for the fans after 40 years of them supporting you?"



The band's statement said it has never refused to play with Frehley and Criss.



Criss did not indicate whether he would attend the induction; Frehley said he is unsure whether he'll be there.



Kiss started in 1973, and the original lineup played together until 1980. They reunited from 1996 to 2000, but the band has continued with replacement members wearing the Frehley and Criss makeup and costumes.



HEROES REBORN --- NBC helped kickstart the superhero TV trend in 2006 with Heroes, an X-Men-ish action-drama about a group of people with superhuman powers. Now the network is bringing back the show for a 13-episode event series to air in 2015. Original series creator Tim Kring is on board to run the show. Titled Heroes Reborn, the project is billed as a stand-alone story; the characters have not yet been announced.



“The enormous impact Heroes had on the television landscape when it first launched in 2006 was eye-opening,” said NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke. “Shows with that kind of resonance don't come around often and we thought it was time for another installment. We're thrilled that visionary creator Tim Kring was as excited about jumping back into this show as we were and we look forward to all the new textures and layers Tim plans to add to his original concept.”



The news seems to echo Fox rebooting its action franchise 24 for a limited series to launch in May, though NBC has long been fond of recycling prior TV hits — there have been short-lived new version of Bionic Woman, American Gladiators, Knight Rider, and the network had also developed (but not aired) new editions of Wonder Woman and Murder She Wrote.



Reviving Heroes, which was canceled four years ago, might be met with some mixed feelings by the show’s fans, however. The show got off to a strong start in both ratings and acclaim (averaging 14.5 million viewers its first season), then was widely considered to have creatively collapsed into a confused muddle and became a serialized TV cautionary tale. But with broadcast drama TV ratings on the decline, networks are increasingly turning to event series to grab attention, and brands that were canceled years ago now seem like potential hits even if they only deliver a large percentage of their previous audience. Plus, Heroes performed well on DVD, having sold more than 10 million units.



That first season of Heroes was particularly strong; not only because of the terrific writing, but also the great acting of Adrian Pasdar; Jack Coleman; Milo Ventimigli ; Ali Larter; a young Hayden Panettiere; and, a pre-Spock Zachary Quinto … all great roles and some stellar performances.



Now, the guessing game begins as to which original characters may return; I'd bet the farm of many of the original cast returning. The history is there; the familiarity too. Quinto, now a successful actor with the Star Trek-franchise firmly under his wing, might be the only hold-out; though, it'd be a neat trick for him to do it. He was, an awesome villain .... the visionary Sylar. Panettiere has the TV series Nashville ... so, she could be an issue too.



Personally, most of these re-boots never work. Look at Ironside ... it lasted 4 episodes! With creator Kring attached, this stands a much better chance. This show from episode one grabbed you … and, didn't let go. I am looking forward to it.



BOWIE WINS BIG ---David Bowie stole the show at last week’s Brit Awards – and not just by reclaiming the Best Male Solo Artist award he last won 30 years ago.



If it wasn't enough for the 67-year-old to snub the ceremony by failing to turn up, he sent an icon of equal measure to collect it on his behalf, and deliver a blunt political message.



Introduced by Noel Gallagher, supermodel Kate Moss – decked in an original Ziggy Stardust stage outfit from 1972 – read Bowie's acceptance speech saying: "In Japanese myth the rabbits from my old costume which Kate is wearing live on the moon. Kate comes Venus and I from Mars. I'm completely delighted to have a Brit for being the Best Male but I am, aren't I Kate? I think it's a great way to end the day, thank you very, very much," she said before adding: "And Scotland, stay with us."



This short but to-the-point comment makes Bowie the first high-profile pop star to wade into the Scottish independence row at a time when politicians are debating the pros and cons of a separate state ahead of the 18 September referendum. Bowie has become the oldest recipient of a Brit Award, taking over from Sir Tom Jones, who was given an honorary prize for his outstanding contribution to music in 2003 when he was 62.



Bowie won the prize after his comeback last year with album The Next Day, following an absence of 10 years. And, Moss who recently turned 40 had been chosen to collect the award personally by Bowie.



When announcing the award, Gallagher quipped: "You maniacs didn't think David Bowie would actually be here? He's too cool for that, so here's his representative on Earth."



CLOSING NOTES --- Piers Morgan appears ready to quit CNN come March. Morgan, who inherited the post when Larry King stepped down, never really connected with viewers and was quoted a saying “America turned their backs on me.” I actually did like Morgan; I never cared for him as a judge on America’s Got Talent, but feel he was an insightful interviewer. I well remember when he had Monkee-Micky Dolenz on, the day after Davy Jones passed. He was thoughtful, respectful and insightful. With his involvement in the U. K.-phone hacking trial, he became something of a pariah. Cheers Piers …



Liverpool band Focal Point were the first act signed to Apple in 1967 but The Beatles’ embryonic organization did not yet have a record label. The group signed to Apple Publishing with their single “Love You Forever” / “Sycamore Sid.”



In early 1968 they were one of the hottest prospects in British rock, named by Brian Epstein and praised by The Beatles, but as Apple turned sour so did the group’s fortunes. Much of their material was finally released in 2003’s 94 Baker Street compilation and their own well received 2005 CD First Bit of the Apple which is packed with pop-psych gems. Read the full article HERE.



With the return of Glee tomorrow on Fox, fans of the show and Adam Lambert devotees are getting more excited as sneak peeks emerge. The latest is an audio clip released today of Lambert and Colfer's cover of The Darkness’ "I Believe In A Thing Called Love."



When you combine a cool rock song with a stripper pole, and a kiss between Colfer and Lambert, you know the show is bound to be seismic.



The chemistry between Lambert and Colfer has been undeniable and hopefully Adam will be a recurring guest star for many future episodes.



The "Frenemies" episode airs on Tuesday, February 25, on FOX. 




Sunday, February 09, 2014

MIXED MARTIAL ARTS AWARDS AT VEGAS VENETIAN

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LAS VEGAS GOSSIP
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Urijah Faber




Terrell Owens



Sabina Kelley



Nick Hogan




Holly Madison



Jade Bryce



Jacoby Shaddix



Nick Simmons And Dad Gene Simmons




Claire Sinclair



Big Cat



Chumlee From Pawn Stars



The Mixed Martial Arts Awards was held at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada with a host of stars posing on the red carpet.


Monday, June 18, 2012

GENE SIMMONS & HELLO KITTY TOILET PAPER

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THE LAS VEGAS GOSSIP
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Gene Simmons With Kiss Hello Kitty



Mike Tyson With Gene Simmons



Mike Tyson along with Shannon Tweed and Gene Simmons strike a pose with KISS Hello Kitty Toilet Paper at KISS by Monster Mini Golf in Las Vegas, Nevada recently.



Friday, March 16, 2012

STARS COME OUT FOR VEGAS KISS OPENING

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THE LAS VEGAS GOSSIP
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Gene Simmons


Paul Stanley With Tommy Thayer, Gene Simmons And Eric Singer


Gene Simmons With Mini Shannon


Rick Harrison


Andrew "Dice" Clay


Frank Marino



The Grand Opening of KISS by Monster Mini Golf in Las Vegas, Nevada brought out the stars.


Photos By: RD / Kabik / Retna Digital

Friday, September 16, 2011

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

GUITAR HERO WARRIORS OF ROCK PARTY

Mark Salling


Allessandra Torresani


Ashley Scott


Joy Bryant


Ryan Cabrera


Ricky Phillips With Tommy Shaw


Rob Patterson With Carmen Electra


Nick And Gene Simmons


Gene Simmons along with Rob Patterson, Mark Salling, Allessandra Torresani, Joy Bryant, Carmen Electra, Ryan Cabrera and many other stars attended the Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock Launch Party held at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles, California.

Photos By: RD / Orchon / Retna Digital

Saturday, February 20, 2010

THE CIRQUE DU SOLEIL VIVA ELVIS PREMIERE

Peter Facinelli And Jennie Garth


Chris Noth And Tara Wilson


Christina Hendricks


Lauren 'Lo' Bosworth


Shannon Tweed And Gene Simmons


Priscilla Presley And Son Navarone Garibaldi


Sammy Shore


Aaron Paul


Kelly Killoren Bensimon


Angelica Bridges


Twitter Celebrity Stefanie Michaels


Rita Rudner


Cirque Du Soleil Senior Vice President Gilles Ste-Croix


Criss Angel


Performers From Cirque Du Soleil Viva Elvis Show


Scott Weiland


Carrot Top


Alicia Jacobs


Guy Laliberte


Justin Long


Laurence Fishburne With Gina Torres


Valerie Vasquez And Andrew Dice Clay


Taye Diggs


Bill And Giulianna Rancic


Brian Baumgartner


Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka


Wynonna Judd


Ryan Seacrest


Holly Madison


Regis Philbin


Regis Philbin along with Holly Madison, Ryan Seacrest, Angelica Bridges, Laurence Fishburne With Gina Torres, Taye Diggs, Bill And Giulianna Rancic, Wynonna Judd, Carrot Top, Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka attended the Cirque Du Soleil Viva Elvis world premiere at Aria Resort & Casino in City Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Photos By: RD/ Erik Kabik/ Retna Digital