Photos: Star-studded opening for Peter Lik’s gallery at Mandalay Place

Peter Lik and cast members of the Flamingo’s “X Burlesque” at the grand opening of Lik Gallery in Mandalay Place on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012.
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Acclaimed landscape photographer Peter Lik celebrated the grand opening of his Lik Gallery at Mandalay Place on Saturday night, and celebrities and hundreds of his collectors joined him at the festive and star-studded soiree.

Attendees of the event for Lik, who was sporting a Daytona 500 leather jacket, faded blue jeans and a beanie, included Luxor headliner magician Criss Angel rockin’ black leather pants, “Peepshow” star Holly Madison in an elegant black dress, Joey Fatone of ’N Sync fame, cast members of the Flamingo’s “X Burlesque,” Luxor headliner comedian Carrot Top, “Rick’s Restorations” star Rick Dale and his girlfriend Kelly Mayer and Chicago Bears legend Gale Sayers.

Also: Paul Shortino of Quiet Riot, “American Idol” contestant Jacob Lusk, newly engaged “Pawn Stars” star Rick Harrison and fiancee DeAnna Burditt and magician and “America’s Got Talent” contestant Murray Sawchuck, who guest stars on “Pawn Stars.”

Mr. Vegas DeLuxe Robin Leach exclusively reported the news of Harrison and Burditt’s engagement Saturday night at Lik, the first time the couple has gone public with their news. Check out her rock in the photo gallery!

Don Chareunsy is editor of VegasDeLuxe.com and arts and entertainment editor of LasVegasSun.com.

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