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Trust Us: Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder and the SuicideGirls

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Justin Timberlake (left) and Stevie Wonder play MGM Grand this weekend. Not together, though.

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Justin Timberlake You’ll feel a lot less guilty about your Thanksgiving gluttony knowing JT’s marathon, two-set booty-shake awaits one night later. Last time in town he played 29 songs, so you’d better have all that tryptophan out of your system by showtime. November 28, 8 p.m., $53-$203, MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Stevie Wonder Sure, the whole-album-live concept is pretty played out at this point, but we’ll sacrifice spontaneity if it means hearing Songs in the Key of Life straight through. The landmark 1976 double-LP is so badass, the classic “Sir Duke” might only be its fourth-best track. November 29, 8 p.m., $45-$175, MGM Grand Garden Arena.

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SuicideGirls Blackheart Burlesque Choreographer Manwe Sauls-Addison has worked with Beyoncé and Lady Gaga; now he’s lending his talents to the heavily tatted SuicideGirls for their 45-city tour. Get out from behind the computer to see them blend the art of striptease with tributes to Star Wars, Game of Thrones and more. November 28, 8 p.m., $22-$28, Brooklyn Bowl.

Little Black Dress Event What’s sexier than a little black dress? A bunch of little black dresses competing for affection and glory. The designs come courtesy of students at the Art Institute, and the evening features cocktails and a kickback to Dress for Success Southern Nevada. Sexy-plus. December 1, 6 p.m., $35-$50, Stitch Factory.

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Late Nite Chef Fight The new cooking competition show based on our very own Back of House Brawl was filmed in the parking lot at the Palms and features local chefs battling with surprise ingredients and equipment. Catch the first of eight episodes Sunday night. November 29, 11 p.m., FYI.

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Albany at UNLV The Runnin’ Rebels rebounded from last week’s pounding by Stanford with a tight win over Temple. They’re back at the Mack on Saturday, hosting Albany for a day game, another chance for an early-season look at an exciting young squad. November 29, 3:30 p.m., $10-$110.

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Plaid Friday Skip big-box-store madness altogether and head to the Arts District to buy original gifts from its galleries and shops, the Funk House, Clay Arts Vegas and vintage boutiques along Main Street. This way, you’ll beat the Small Business Saturday rush. 18b.org

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