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Photos: Estelle performs for American boys and freaks at Pure

Estelle at Pure in Caesars Palace on Tuesday, March 6, 2012.
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Estelle Performs at Pure

Grammy Award-winning singer Estelle hosted and performed at Pure in Caesars Palace on Tuesday night. Shortly after midnight, she walked the red carpet, where she wowed photographers and showed off her figure and ensemble. Estelle posed in silver sequin French Connection shorts, thigh-high Raphael Young boots and Lia Sophia jewelry.

After she and her group walked to their VIP booth, she quickly grabbled the attention of clubgoers, and the entourage paid tribute to the late Whitney Houston by dancing to the No. 1 hit “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” At 1 a.m., Estelle took over the main stage and performed for the crowd.

“What’s up, Las Vegas?” she shouted and opened her set with “One Love.” She had the crowd on their feet as she began singing her hit “American Boy,” and addressing the ladies with her final song, “Freak,” she said, “I can see you, ladies,” as she showcased her sexy moves.

“I love you guys,” she shouted and told fans about her latest album, “All of Me.” As she made her way off stage, she asked her own DJ Toure to keep the party going.

Estelle and her friends danced, sang and enjoyed cocktails until the early hours of the morning. Thanks to Erik Kabik for his photo gallery.

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