Singer Matt Goss certainly had an exciting weekend in Vegas. On Friday night, singer-songwriter Mýa attended his headliner show at Caesars Palace. She joined Goss on stage for the newly added piano element to the show and sang The Beatles classic “Let it Be.”
On Saturday, Goss gave his British fans reason to crash his Web site. He announced a return show at the famed Royal Albert Hall in London on Oct. 19.
Goss started his career as part of the duo Bros with his twin brother Luke. The British sensation started his Las Vegas career at the Palms and moved to Caesars Palace in the The Gossy Room at Cleopatras Barge last March. Backed by a nine-piece band and sexy female dancers known as The Dirty Virgins, Goss performs a full-blown production that mixes of his career hits, songs from his new album and popular covers. From his suave attire, you already know he has a love for all things Rat Pack. He event performs songs such as “I’ve Got the World on a String” and “Luck be a Lady” recorded by legendary Frank Sinatra.
You can see Goss on Fridays and Saturdays at Caesars Palace.