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Photos: Marilyn Manson, with flawless makeup, hosts Halloween party at Hyde Bellagio


Hyde Bellagio

Marilyn Manson hosts a Halloween party on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, at Hyde Bellagio.

2013 Halloween: Marilyn Manson at Hyde Bellagio

Marilyn Manson hosts a Halloween party on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013, at Hyde Bellagio. Launch slideshow »

Rock star Marilyn Manson kicked off the long Halloween weekend Tuesday night hosting a horrifying Halloween bash at Hyde Bellagio’s Lost Angels Insider Night.

Manson, in a black pea coat, leather pants, combat boots and mirror-tinted aviators, hammed it up for photographers and dozens of costume-clad fans waiting on the red carpet outside Hyde. “The Prince of Darkness” gave photographers an up-close look at his white-faced makeup, making wildly animated gestures and faces into their lenses (none of them reportedly cracked).

Inside Hyde, Manson, accompanied by fiancee Lindsay Usich and friends, made his way to a VIP booth decorated with skeletons and spider webs. Hyde’s performance artists, dressed in ghoulish costumes, greeted the group with a lights and letters spelling out “M-A-N-S-O-N.” Manson grabbed the “N” and wrote the words “Just Say Now” with his crimson lipstick tube, referencing his hit “Ka-boom Ka-boom.”

The spectacle continued when DJ Konflikt brought the club to a frenzy with Manson’s “The Beautiful People.” Manson then leapt into the booth with the DJ, grabbed the mic and rapped along to Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z’s “Holy Grail.” Of course.

Fans gathered around the table as Manson ripped skull decorations off the walls and hurled them into the crowd, even stepping behind Hyde’s cannon to blast confetti onto the dance floor. Later in the night, Manson received a bottle of bubbly from the Big Bad Wolf (say that fast 10 times) and partied into the early morning hours.

Thanks to Isaac Brekken of WireImage and Hyde for the photo gallery.

Don Chareunsy is senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.

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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