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October 23, 2017

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Star Surveillance: Sabina Kelley, Kody Brown, Joey Fatone, Vinnie Paul and Bobby Brown


Robyn Andrzejcak

Sabina Kelley and her daughter, Grace Lynn, at D.Vino in Monte Carlo.

Sabina Kelley and Daughter at D.Vino

Sabina Kelley and her daughter, Grace Lynn, at D.Vino in Monte Carlo. Launch slideshow »

International pinup model and Oxygen Network’s “Best Ink” judge Sabina Kelley took her adorable daughter Grace Lynn to dinner at D.Vino Italian Restaurant in Monte Carlo, and the duo made for a pretty set of photographs. Who knew the sexy tattooed model was an ordinary and super mom?

TLC’s “Sister Wives” reality TV star Kody Brown and his wife Christine celebrated their daughter Aspyn’s birthday at Blue Man Group in Monte Carlo. Also there, Luciano Aguilar, the resident “Pet Pro” on “America Now”. Both groups went backstage after they saw the show for a private VIP meet-and-greet with cast members.

During his bachelor party at Beacher’s Madhouse in MGM Grand, Joey Fatone’s high school a cappella band member Joel Herman jumped onstage for an impromptu sing-along with the zany cast. Then he dragged Joey up to continue as a duo. Cheering their wild antics from the audience: “CSI Miami” star Omar Miller and Chicago Cubs star Anthony Rizzo.

2014 Olympic gold medalists Kaillie Humphries of the Canadian bobsled team and Meghan Agosta-Marciano of the Canadian hockey team watched “Rock of Ages” at the Venetian. Afterward, they met up with fellow Canadian Mark Shunock, who stars in the musical.

Aaron Turner, Season 10 runner-up on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance,” watched Jabbawockeez’s “Prism” at Luxor with fellow contestants Malece Miller, Nico Greetham, Makenzie Dustman and Paul Karmiryan.

Vinnie Paul at KISS by Monster Mini Golf

Vinnie Paul at KISS by Monster Mini Golf on Monday, March 19, 2012. Launch slideshow »

Rock legend Vinnie Paul, best known as the drummer of Hellyeah, hosted his 50th birthday bash in Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel. Las Vegas-based rock band Sin City Sinners, joined by Slash bassist Todd Kerns, performed Guns N’ Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle” as guests arrived.

They included Guns N’ Roses lead guitarist D.J. Ashba, L.A. Guns vocalist Phil Lewis, Papa Roach drummer Tony Palermo, Ace Frehley drummer Scot Coogan, Zowie Bowie performer Chris Phillips, Armored Saint and DC4 guitarist Jeff Duncan.

A customized birthday cake shaped as a Hellyeah bass drum and drumsticks was presented to Vinnie. Additional guests included Stratosphere headliner Frankie Moreno, actor Brian Thomas, professional dancer Lacey Schwimmer, Asia frontman John Payne, Quiet Riot vocalist Paul Shortino, Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich, Lynch Mob vocalist Andrew Freeman, musician Zachary Throne, singer Jasmine Trias and singer and magician Ben Stone.

Vinnie also turned up with “America's Got Talent” winner Michael Grimm at the new Franky Perez show “The Dirty” at Red Rock Resort.

Singer Bobby Brown and friends attended George Wallace’s show at the Flamingo. The comedian celebrates his 10th anniversary this weekend.

Australian DJ sensation Anthony Maniscalco, aka Hook N Sling, dined at chef Akira Back’s Kumi Japanese Restaurant and Bar in Mandalay Bay before his set at nearby Light for a capacity crowd.

House of Pain frontman and Irish rapper Everlast did double duty with a DJ set and a performance at Hakkasan’s Ling Ling Club in MGM Grand to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

Be sure to check out Strip Scribbles posted today for more Star Surveillance.

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