Singer Keri Hilson put on a live performance at Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace on Saturday night. The pop star hit the red carpet around 1 a.m. fashionably dressed in a sleeveless white chiffon top, leather capris pants and black and white Narciso Rodriguez wedges. After stopping to chat and pose for photographers, Hilson was escorted into the club, where fans cheered for her as she passed by.
At 1:30 a.m. the songstress took her place center stage as she greeted her fans and began her hit record “Energy.” The packed main room soared with excitement as Hilson addressed the nightclub looking for guests who were celebrating a birthday, “Shout out to everyone having a birthday tonight!” she said and guests screamed. Looking for her true devotees, she asked how many people in the audience had her first album, and after getting a remarkable reply, she asked who had her second album, and blown away by the crowd’s response, a humbled Hilson stated she felt so welcome and continued to talk about her next album she is working on with the legendary Timbaland.
Hilson sang her fan favorite “Knock You Down.” Nearing the end of the song Hilson shouted, “We all came to Vegas to have a good time, let me hear you!” as she extended the mic onto the dance floor the entire room finish the song. Feeling close to her admirers, the lovely artist took a moment to share a personal experience she had been through in the past few years and provided her fans with a few inspirational words. “You are only as pretty as you feel,” she said and began to pick a few lucky ladies to join her on stage. “This one is for all my pretty girls out there,” Hilson exclaimed and began her club banger “Pretty Girl Rock.”
Before making her way back to her VIP booth, she thanked her fans for all of their love and support as she ran across the main stage reaching out to touch the hands of her overjoyed followers. Hilson spent the rest of her evening taking photos with her admirers, sipping cocktails and dancing into the early hours of the morning.
Also spotted: Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
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