Wednesday, March 12, 2014 | 4:57 p.m.
It’s two sexy romps in Sin City.
Congratulations to Claire Sinclair and her cast mates in the burlesque show “Pin Up” at the Stratosphere celebrating their first anniversary Thursday evening.
The saucy and sassy musical and adult cabaret, which began with 2011 Playboy Playmate of the Year Claire covered up, has undergone changes during its first 12 months.
Now, thankfully, we’ll see even more of the curvy charmer in her second year at Stratosphere Showroom.
Claire’s contract was renewed for another year at the start of 2014, and she’s still hoping to present part of her daily duties there in a reality TV series this year.
Divorce either spells disaster or escape, and now the official end of marriage gets dealt with in a new 80-minute comedy musical, “Divorce Party: Las Vegas!,” which opens at Bally’s on Thursday.
Whatever your relationship status and be you male or female, “DPLV” is described as a hilarious romp through the rigors of love won, then lost.
Offstage, you can celebrate the dissolution of those wedding day vows with Divorce Party planner Glynda Rhodes, who we first wrote about here in September 2012.
Perhaps see the show, make your final decision, then call Glynda to plan your freedom party?
Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.
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It is virtually impossible to be anywhere in Las Vegas and miss the Stratosphere. It towers 1,149 feet above Las Vegas and is the tallest observation tower in the United States. The casino itself is 55,784 square feet and contains 950 slot machines, 120 game tables and 2,427 hotel rooms.
Of the hotel's 2,427 rooms, 909 were recently remodeled into Stratosphere Select rooms.
The Stratosphere is mostly known for its rides at the top of the tower. The Big Shot, located at the 113th floor, torpedoes riders up 160 feet using compressed air. X-Scream is a teeter-totter perched at the top of the observation deck — if that wasn't scary enough, the coaster arm flings the riders out 27 feet over the edge of the tower. Guests looking for something more sedate can just hang around the 107th floor and simply look at the scenery.