Suzanne Somers Debuts at Westgate

Suzanne Somers performs during her Las Vegas residency show grand opening at Westgate.
Suzanne Somers performs during her Las Vegas residency show grand opening at Westgate.

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Suzanne Somers, who for years was a top-selling Las Vegas headliner, steps back onstage to debut a sophisticated nightclub act at the Westgate Las Vegas. Launched on Saturday, May 23, “Suzanne Sizzles” will entertain for 28 weeks through May 2016 in the newly named cabaret venue, “Suzanne’s” at the Westgate.

During her years in Las Vegas in the 1980s, Somers was recognized as one of the best female entertainers by media and fans alike for her show, which she starred in at the Westgate Las Vegas when it was known as the Las Vegas Hilton. With “Suzanne Sizzles,” Somers is creating a cool, sexy return to the heyday of the Rat Pack and the Great American Songbook. Accompanied by her band, and singing the songs that made you fall in love, the setting is elegant and the environment intimate, with cocktail seating. The show transports audiences back to the days of lush sound, glamour, and luxury.

“Suzanne Sizzles,” a 70-minute show, is performed at 7 p.m. five days a week, dark Sundays and Mondays. On sale now, general admission tickets are priced at $79; VIP and meet-and-greet tickets are also available. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Box Office at (800) 222-5361.

In addition, the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino opened the Suzanne Somers Spa, featuring all of Somers’ Suzanne Organics Cosmetics, organic skin care, and organic hair care products, and the Suzanne Somers Organic Spa Café, serving food based on recipes from Somers’ series of bestselling cookbooks.

Each show night, Somers will prepare in the dressing room she designed, using materials that are hypoallergenic and green. A pioneering health and wellness advocate, Somers, a #1 New York Times bestselling author, has written a new book, “Tox-Sick: From Toxic to Not Sick,” an exposé on the immediate and long-term dangers of living in a world that has become increasingly toxic to our health. Suzanne recently appeared in “Dancing with the Stars” 10th anniversary season.