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Photos: ‘30 Rock’ star Katrina Bowden hosts at Wet Republic and Pure

Katrina Bowden, with fiance Benjamin Jorgensen, hosts at Wet Republic at MGM Grand and Pure at Caesars Palace on Friday, March 30, 2012.
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Katrina Bowden Hosts at Wet Republic, Pure

Actress Katrina Bowden, Cerie on NBC’s long-running comedy series “30 Rock,” had double duty in Las Vegas to start the weekend, first hosting the daytime revelry at Wet Republic at MGM Grand, then covering up (a little more) for nighttime duties at Pure in Caesars Palace.

Bowden started her evening with dinner at Social House in Crystals at MGM’s CityCenter with her fiance, Benjamin Jorgensen and friends. Arriving at Pure shortly after 11 p.m. the Maxim cover girl -- who was named Sexiest Woman Alive by Esquire in 2011 -- hit the red carpet in a one-shoulder, fitted, coral lace dress.

After her step-and-repeat, Bowden made her way to a VIP booth with her fiance and friends. She hung out with resident DJ Cyberkid in the DJ booth, entertained her guests, sipped cocktails, cozied up with her man and danced into the early hours of the morning.

Earlier in the day, Bowden lounged at Wet Republic in a gorgeous, multicolored Shoshanna cover-up and was joined by Jorgensen. The couple spent the afternoon having lunch, dancing and sipping cocktails in their VIP bungalow, and Bowden cooled off by splashing around in the pool.

Thanks to Erik Kabik for his double-duty photo gallery at Wet Republic and Pure. Wet Republic celebrated its official season opening last weekend with Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett, while Pure commemorated its seventh anniversary last Tuesday with guest host Wyclef Jean.

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