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Where Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian, John Legend and more partied in Las Vegas

John Legend and OneRepublic went private while Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian were very public

The stars were out in Las Vegas over the weekend, celebrating birthdays, debuting residency shows, giving private concerts and having a very public date night. Here’s what you may have missed.

Reality TV’s Sarah Herron, who appeared on “The Bachelor” and “Bachelor in Paradise” celebrated her birthday at Ghostbar at the Palms on Saturday night with her new boyfriend in tow. The two hit the patio on the 55th floor of the resort to take some selfies and Fireball shots.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” reality stars Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian hit the town together on Saturday night. First they dined at Stack Restaurant & Bar at the Mirage and later walked the red carpet at 1 OAK Nightclub, where Disick, who’s becoming a regular, hosted. The couple just had a son, Reign Aston Disick, in December. “Date night” involved a posse of 10 friends, including rapper Mally Mall and his girlfriend. Inside 1 OAK, the couple received a magnum of Dom Perignon Rose Luminous.

At Light Nightclub at Mandalay Bay, house music deejay Morgan Page returned to the decks to kick off his residency on Friday night. Beforehand, he dined at Kumi Japanese Restaurant & Bar with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and Tesla CEO Elon Musk and his wife Kimball Musk. At Light, Page played his hits "In The Air" (featuring Angela McCluskey), “Open Heart" (featuring Lissie) and "Body Work" (featuring Tegan and Sara), among others.

At Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq, boy band OneRepublic and crooner John Legend put on a private show for 400 iHeartRadio fans. At the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, ’80s icon Billy Idol took over The Chelsea with a sold-out show. The one-time MTV star sang his hits including “Dancing With Myself,” “White Wedding Pt. 1,” “Mony Mony” and “Can’t Break Me Down.”

 

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