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Celebrity Dinners in Las Vegas Turn Heads

Holly Madison from “The Girls Next Door” and recent boyfriend to Criss Angel was spotted dining at N9NE Steakhouse inside the Palms Casino Resort on Sunday night, April 5th.

Holly Madison

She was joined by Miss May 2006, Alison Waite, girlfriend to Jon Gray – Special Operations Manager for Palms Casino Resort.

Over at Nove Italiano, Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis dined with a group of four friends. They were seen taking shots and enjoying Nove Spaghetti, chicken parmigiana and ravioli.

At the Palazzo, singer LeAnn Rimes enjoyed dinner with a party of 12 at Wolfgang Puck’s CUT. They had sliders, knishes and tuna tartar.

The celebrity dinners in Las Vegas this weekend were turning heads for sure. Stay tuned to see who was where next!

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