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Star Surveillance: Adam Richman, Marie Osmond, Suzanne Somers, Foster the People


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Donny Osmond, Suzanne Somers, Marie Osmond and Alan Hamel at the Flamingo.

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Brannon Rees and Adam Richman at Hash House a Go Go on West Sahara in Las Vegas.

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Matt Goss sings "Happy Birthday" to Marie Osmond at the Flamingo.

DJ Mark Foster of Foster the People at 1 OAK

DJ Mark Foster of Foster the People at 1 OAK in the Mirage on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012. Launch slideshow »

Go Lo Lowrider Super Show 2012

The Go Lo Lowrider Super Show 2012 with outdoor car exhibits, indoor showroom-style exhibits and car-bouncing competitions at Cashman Center on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012. Launch slideshow »

Adam Richman, current host of Travel Channel’s “Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America” and former host of “Man v. Food,” ate lunch today with friends at Hash House a Go Go on West Sahara Avenue.

Adam enjoyed the sage fried chicken Benedict, aka the “Chicken Benny,” one of his favorite dishes featured on “Man v. Food” last year. Adam posed for a photograph with co-owner Brannon Rees.

Actress and entrepreneur Suzanne Somers and her husband Alan Hamel attended “Donny & Marie” at the Flamingo and posed for a photograph with the popular brother-sister entertainers. Caesars Palace headliner Matt Goss serenaded birthday girl Marie backstage with -- what else? -- “Happy Birthday.”

Michael Franti and Spearhead performed at the inaugural scholarship fundraiser at Mandalay Bay Beach for the new Las Vegas Business Academy where CityCenter President Bill McBeath was honored.

Mark Foster of Foster the People performed a DJ set at 1 OAK in the Mirage. The “Pumped Up Kicks” singer kicked off his 90-minute gig at 1:30 a.m., then promptly departed to go -- where else? – gambling.

The cars were the stars at the Go Lo Lowrider super show at Cashman Center, with crowds from across the country checking out the latest in low-riders and the car-bouncing contests.

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