Bringing her sexiness to the Sin City New Year’s 2012 celebration, Pamela Anderson was front and center at the famous Studio 54 in Las Vegas on Saturday night (December 31).
Located inside the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, the former “Baywatch” bombshell wore a curve-hugging frock as she kicked off the night at 9 p.m. while accompanied by her pro surfer boyfriend Jon Rose.
Getting things stirred up at the glitzy bash, Studio 54 treated attendees to an open bar for the first two hours of the night to make sure everyone was loosened up and ready to have a good time.
After downing her fair share of refreshments, Miss Anderson proceeded to join alongside Dj KidJay to pick out some crowd-pleasing tunes – with the soiree said to be the very last one ever to be held at the legendary locale.
Celebrating the new year just minutes away from sister Kim, reality power couple Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick were busy tending to hosting duties at Chateau Nightclub and Gardens in Las Vegas on Saturday night (December 31).
The expectant momma and her man first snuck in a little gambling at a nearby casino’s roulette table and a quick stop at the Sugar Factory before making their grand Chateau arrival.
Plunking down 100 bucks per entry into the bash, attendees enjoyed an open bar, midnight champagne toast and festive party favors throughout the night.
Adding to the night’s star power, brothers Benji and Joel Madden provided the sounds for the evening on the hotel’s rooftop – as the celebration had a scheduled end time of 5am!
It’s already a well-known A-list hotspot in the Big Apple, and on Saturday night (December 31) Stacy “Fergie” Ferguson was tapped to help open up 1 Oak Nightclub’s new Las Vegas location just in time for New Year’s 2012.
Ready to get the festivities started, the Black Eyed Peas singer was decked out in a sparkling gold frock as she took to the uber-posh Mirage hotel nightspot alongside her handsome actor husband Josh Duhamel.
Excited to have Fergie on-hand as he cut the ribbon at the Sin City locale, club co-owner Scott Sartiano told press, “Fergie was top of our list of the celebrities we wanted to open it in Vegas. As a regular in our New York location, she was our first choice. She agreed so quickly, we never had to think of anybody else — and she wanted to do it.”
Offering up a mix of Tinseltowners and everyday party people, 1 Oak helped more than 1,700 folks ring in 2012 with the beats of New York Native DJ Jesse Marco, a special performance by Kanye West and a complimentary champagne toast.
Prior to the 1 Oak appearance, Fergie was busy tending to hosting duties for the Los Angeles portion of “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve”.