American glamour girl Carmen Electra hosted the grand opening of the Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon at Planet Hollywood Resort Saturday night.
The bombshell beauty mesmerized guests with a sultry performance alongside the new Las Vegas Dolls. Electra showcased signature moves that have made her a Pussycat Dolls favorite, showing the audience why she is the modern burlesque icon. Wearing sexy over-the-knee black boots, she danced with the saloon’s house dolls to “Don’t Cha,” “These Boots Were Made for Walking” and more.
Dressed in a stunning Stella & Jamie and Christian Louboutins, Electra walked the red carpet while Pussycat Dolls creator Robin Antin wore a Les Pommettes, Giuseppe Zanotti rhinestone studded heels and a Chanel belt and clutch. Electra was all smiles as she talked about returning to the Pussycat Dolls scene saying, “Vegas is the perfect place for the Pussycat Dolls and the Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon is absolutely beautiful.”
Also walking the red carpet was new father of Moroccan and Monroe, Nick Cannon. Dressed casually in a Louis Vuitton letterman jacket, Cannon glowed as he took in crowd congratulations. Inside, performer Matt Goss stopped by to enjoy the show. Sipping on Red Bull and vodka while intensely watching the performance, Goss gave the girls a standing ovation after the routine.
Once the show finished, Antin thanked Electra for helping to open the new saloon and Electra excitedly exclaimed, “I am the first to christen the Pussycat Dolls Burlesque Saloon. I love being first.” Antin and Electra then moved into Gallery Nightclub, where they were surprised with a congratulatory cake from Sugar Factory American Brasserie. The friends continued to celebrate into the early hours of the morning drinking Dom Perignon and Sex on the Beaches.
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