Weekend Roundup: Courtney Stodden’s Divorce Party in Las Vegas

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Courtney Stodden with her divorce pinata at Crazy Horse III.
Courtney Stodden with her divorce pinata at Crazy Horse III.

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The weekend in Las Vegas brought an official divorce party for Courtney Stodden, French Montana on stage at Marquee, Stephen “tWitch” Boss at the newest show in Las Vegas, “Magic Mike Live.”

Crazy Horse III hosted the official divorce party of Courtney Stodden, the reality personality from “Couples Therapy” and “Celebrity Big Brother” on Friday night. Stodden made international headlines when she married actor Doug Hutchinson, then 51, when she was just 16 years old in 2011. Even then, she reveled in the exposure that came from her new nuptials.

Now, her divorce brings a new opportunity to be in the limelight. Stodden says her seven-year itch came one year early. Stodden got the party started with a round of shots for her group, later drinking champagne and leading everyone in a toast. “To divorce!” she yelled. Stodden, who wasn’t of age when it was time for a bachelorette party, said, “This is like a reverse bachelorette party, because I get to celebrate in Vegas and be single!”

Stodden, who was joined by her long-time friend and Bravo reality-TV star, Heather Marianna, wore a blush-colored body-con dress and nude platform heels.

Stodden struck down a groom-shaped piñata with just a few swings and wore it as a hat.

Afterward, she was presented with a two-tier divorce cake, split in half to represent her newfound independence.

French Montana performs at Marquee.
French Montana performs at Marquee.

Photo Credit: Devin Jimenez/Tony Tran PhotographyOn Saturday night French Montana treated party-goers at Marquee Nightclub at Cosmopolitan to an over-the-top performance of his top hits. The rapper fueled up for his set with dinner at Beauty & Essex before taking the stage at Marquee, where he performed hits such as “Pop That” and “Lock Jaw”.

Oakland Raiders player Jared Cook partied at Tao Nightclub in the Venetian on Friday night with a friend. The two took in the night from a VIP table while DJ Devin Lucien manned the decks.

Dancer Stephen “tWitch” Boss was spotted at “Magic Mike Live” at the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday with his wife Allison Holker. Known for his recurring appearances on “Ellen” and his involvement with “Magic Mike XXL,” Boss was seen at the 10 p.m. performance with Holker, a seasoned performer on “Dancing With the Stars” and “So You Think You Can Dance.”

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