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 CeeLo Green is Loberace
CeeLo Green is Loberace
Singer/songwriter and rap superstar CeeLo Green takes audiences on a musical journey in his show "CeeLo Green is Loberace" at Planet Hollywood. As the conductor and ringmaster of the show, CeeLo makes stops at moments in music history while showcasing his own hits.The production combines CeeLo's flamboyant sense of style and creativity magnified with his soulful voice. He performs covers of his favorite music along with original songs. Part dance party, part live intimate concert, the show is a personification of all the attributes of CeeLo's personality.Guests will be treated to CeeLo's renditions of Rod Stewart's 1978 hit "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy," with a backdrop of a golden spiral staircase laden with stripper-style dancers, INXS' "Need You Tonight," and The Pussycat Dolls, "Don't Cha," which CeeLo wrote. You'll also hear CeeLo's signature hits "Bright Lights Bigger City," "Fool For You," "Crazy," and "(Forget) You."In true Vegas fashion the show also features sexy showgirls, sequined costumes and crazy imagery projected on the theaters giant digital screens. There's even a mini CeeLo and a Boy George impersonator.Fan's of CeeLo's early years as a member of the Atlanta-based hip-hop group Goodie Mob won't be disappointed. The members of Goodie Mob join CeeLo on stage during the concert for a performance that has audience members jumping to their feet.Now a successful solo artist, Green first gained a following as a member of the Atlanta-based hip-hop group Goodie Mob. Green was a founding member of the group that also consisted of Big Gipp, T-Mo and Khujo. Their debut album, "Soul Food," was released in 1995 and laid a foundation for the Southern rap scene emerging at the time.The album featured a distinct Southern sound crafted by Organized Noize, the same production team behind OutKast's "Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik." Green garnered praise and attention as a singer and rapper for his performance on the album's hit singles "Cell Therapy" and "Soul Food." Green left the group to pursue a solo career while they were making their third album, "World Party" released in 1998.Green was featured as a solo artist on Santana's "Supernatural" album released in 1999. His first solo album "Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections" was released in 2002, followed by a second album "Cee-Lo Green… Is the Soul Machine" released in 2004. The album featured collaborations with Ludacris, T.I. and Pharrell Williams. Various producers worked on the album including Timbaland, The Neptunes and Jazze Pha. Green's song, "I'll Be Around," produced by Timbaland, was released as a single along with "The One," which featured Jazze Pha and T.I.After moderate success as a solo artist, Green joined the group Gnarls Barkely with Danger Mouse. Green released two albums with the group. Their first album, "St. Elsewhere" came out in 2006 and featured the single "Crazy." The title was a perfect description for fans' reactions. Both the song and the album were a huge success, propelling the group to international stardom. The song is the first single to top the U.K. singles chart based on just download sales. In 2009 Rolling Stone voted "Crazy" as the best song of the decade. That album was followed by "The Odd Couple" released in 2008.Two years later, Green took over the airwaves again with "F*** You," released in 2010. Due to a partial leak, Green decided to release the song on YouTube before his new album, "The Lady Killer" came out. The decision worked in Green's favor as "Crazy" instantly went viral with more than 2 million plays in less than one week. The song garnered five Grammy nominations.Green's incredible success landed him a spot as a judge for the hit NBC show "The Voice," a reality TV show where singers compete for a cash prize and record deal. Green is one of the judges on the show along with fellow music artists, including Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine, Christina Aguilera and country music artist Blake Shelton.In addition to being a TV personality, Green continues to release new music. He collaborated with producer Jazze Pha on the album "Happy Hour." Three songs from the album have already been released as singles including "Man of the Hour," "Disco B****" and "Happy Hour."
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer service 
4 / 5
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
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View of Stage 
4 / 5
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Theater Quality 
4 / 5
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fromHouston
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
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Yes, I recommend this product.
Good show
PostedMarch 31, 2013
Show was good . I would have liked to see more of CeeLo perform and sing . More of him and less of his dancers .
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Get a taste of a more sensuous side of reality with Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity at New York-New York. This show explores the different realms of sexuality through stunning imagery, aerialists, comical vignettes and sultry dancing. Unlike other Cirque du Soleil productions, Zumanity has no storyline. Instead, this highly eroticized, cabaret-style spectacular has an array of unique characters whose performances are each themed by different elements of sexuality.Before the show starts, characters appear in the audience for some playful interaction."If you are visiting Las Vegas and living la vida loca make some noise!" exclaims Antonio, the first character to appear. His irresistible charm, flirtatious personality and shiny gold suit captivate the audience.While he gets the crowd aroused with some jokes, the voluptuous Botero twin sisters, dressed in racy French maid outfits, squeeze their way through the aisles. Everyone laughs as the sisters find themselves in awkward positions reaching or bending over guests while trying to hand out fresh strawberries.Little by little, Antonio and the twins make their way to the stage with a parade of other intriguing characters as the real show begins. The show's Emcee, Edie, "the Mistress of Sensuality," is played by a flawless looking drag queen who explains that she will be your tour guide on your journey through the many facets of lust, passion and sensuality.Intense drum beats fill the theater as a savage looking dancer, dressed in little more than a beaded loin cloth, performs an African tribal dance of uninhibited passion. The music intensifies as he gyrates and thrusts his body to the beat of the drums.As new performers take the stage, the tone changes from subtle flirtations to that of hedonistic pleasure. The transition of acts and moods emulates the surge of various emotions that arise in every romantic relationship.Edie reappears to introduce the next act, a slower more sensual number that conveys innocence in the face of sinful indulgence."Do you remember your first wet kiss?" asks Edie as a large bowl of water and two beautiful women appear on stage. They slip into the water and gracefully make their way to the bowl's edge for a series of incredible and sensuous poses.The different acts and performers not only explore the many sides of sexuality but they also demonstrate the amazing capabilities of the human body.The tone of the show then transforms into that of flirtatious fun as a striking woman dressed in a sexy schoolgirl outfit performs an act with hula hoops. After spinning a few hoops she takes to flight by grabbing a rope hanging from the ceiling. She gracefully twists and poses above the stage while continuing to spin the hoops in mid-air.Each of the performers is unique in their personalities and appearances, promoting the idea that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.The Bolero sisters, along with a hilarious husband and wife duo, Mr. Dick and Mrs. Ginger, appear throughout the show for some comic relief. They turn some of the more taboo topics on sex into a source of laughter and fun for the audience.Elena, a gorgeous and sweet dancer, does a tantalizing routine on top of a television in attempt to grab the attention of her football-focused partner. Her sultry dance moves excite everyone in the audience.There are no topics off limits as Zumanity explores some of the darker sides of sex. Laetitia performs an exercise in self-inflicted pleasure and pain as she wraps herself in leather straps hanging from the ceiling. She uses the straps as a device for torture and teasing as she elegantly transitions into new poses while hanging above the stage.This intense scene is followed by a more romantic number with a male and female aerialist duo who perform a stunning dance using a white curtain hanging from the ceiling. They dazzle the audience with their graceful choreography in mid air before making their way back to the stage.Zumanity's uninhibited theme is a refreshing break from the norm. It takes an amusing look at sexuality and reminds us all that intimacy should always be about having fun.-- By Caroline Fontein
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
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Customer service 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
4 / 5
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View of Stage 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Theater Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Special Effects 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Sound Quality 
5 / 5
5 / 5
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fromHouston
Age:45 to 54
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Purchase Frequency:Once every few years
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Yes, I recommend this product.
Great show , I really enjoyed it !!
PostedMarch 31, 2013
Show was great, but the daiquiri s were very expensive and very watered down . The bar needs an upgrade !!!!
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Get a taste of a more sensuous side of reality with Cirque du Soleil's Zumanity at New York-New York. This show explores the different realms of sexuality through stunning imagery, aerialists, comical vignettes and sultry dancing. Unlike other Cirque du Soleil productions, Zumanity has no storyline. Instead, this highly eroticized, cabaret-style spectacular has an array of unique characters whose performances are each themed by different elements of sexuality.Before the show starts, characters appear in the audience for some playful interaction."If you are visiting Las Vegas and living la vida loca make some noise!" exclaims Antonio, the first character to appear. His irresistible charm, flirtatious personality and shiny gold suit captivate the audience.While he gets the crowd aroused with some jokes, the voluptuous Botero twin sisters, dressed in racy French maid outfits, squeeze their way through the aisles. Everyone laughs as the sisters find themselves in awkward positions reaching or bending over guests while trying to hand out fresh strawberries.Little by little, Antonio and the twins make their way to the stage with a parade of other intriguing characters as the real show begins. The show's Emcee, Edie, "the Mistress of Sensuality," is played by a flawless looking drag queen who explains that she will be your tour guide on your journey through the many facets of lust, passion and sensuality.Intense drum beats fill the theater as a savage looking dancer, dressed in little more than a beaded loin cloth, performs an African tribal dance of uninhibited passion. The music intensifies as he gyrates and thrusts his body to the beat of the drums.As new performers take the stage, the tone changes from subtle flirtations to that of hedonistic pleasure. The transition of acts and moods emulates the surge of various emotions that arise in every romantic relationship.Edie reappears to introduce the next act, a slower more sensual number that conveys innocence in the face of sinful indulgence."Do you remember your first wet kiss?" asks Edie as a large bowl of water and two beautiful women appear on stage. They slip into the water and gracefully make their way to the bowl's edge for a series of incredible and sensuous poses.The different acts and performers not only explore the many sides of sexuality but they also demonstrate the amazing capabilities of the human body.The tone of the show then transforms into that of flirtatious fun as a striking woman dressed in a sexy schoolgirl outfit performs an act with hula hoops. After spinning a few hoops she takes to flight by grabbing a rope hanging from the ceiling. She gracefully twists and poses above the stage while continuing to spin the hoops in mid-air.Each of the performers is unique in their personalities and appearances, promoting the idea that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes.The Bolero sisters, along with a hilarious husband and wife duo, Mr. Dick and Mrs. Ginger, appear throughout the show for some comic relief. They turn some of the more taboo topics on sex into a source of laughter and fun for the audience.Elena, a gorgeous and sweet dancer, does a tantalizing routine on top of a television in attempt to grab the attention of her football-focused partner. Her sultry dance moves excite everyone in the audience.There are no topics off limits as Zumanity explores some of the darker sides of sex. Laetitia performs an exercise in self-inflicted pleasure and pain as she wraps herself in leather straps hanging from the ceiling. She uses the straps as a device for torture and teasing as she elegantly transitions into new poses while hanging above the stage.This intense scene is followed by a more romantic number with a male and female aerialist duo who perform a stunning dance using a white curtain hanging from the ceiling. They dazzle the audience with their graceful choreography in mid air before making their way back to the stage.Zumanity's uninhibited theme is a refreshing break from the norm. It takes an amusing look at sexuality and reminds us all that intimacy should always be about having fun.-- By Caroline Fontein
 

My child is 2.5 years old can he attend the show?

No!!! It is absolutely not for young kids.
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