Star Surveillance: Paris Hilton, Nick Lachey, Matt Leinart, Jay Cutler in town

Yelawolf at Ghostbar at the Palms.
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Paris Hilton.

Paris Hilton.

Chase Daniel at Vanity at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Chase Daniel at Vanity at the Hard Rock Hotel.

Geno Bernardo and Jay Cutler at Nove Italiano at the Palms.

Paris Hilton was back in Las Vegas after a weekend in New York celebrating her 30th birthday at the Palazzo’s Lavo outpost there. Paris and boyfriend Cy Waits attended Cirque du Soleil’s Love at The Mirage, and she used Twitter to rave about The Beatles spectacular. Gavin Rossdale and Chris Traynor performed an acoustic set at The Bank at the Bellagio. The duo dined at Chef Akira Back’s Yellowtail, greeted Mira Sorvino at The Bank and sang “The Comedown” and “Love Remains the Same.”

Extra reporter Holly Madison interviewed Last Comic Standing winner Alonzo Bodden at Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the Tropicana. Extra also filmed Holly’s Holly’s World crew when they taped her handprint ceremony at Planet Hollywood at The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. Giuliana Rancic dined at Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at the Palazzo with seven friends for brunch.

San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker dined at Tao at The Venetian with 15 friends and family members. After dinner, the group headed to Lavo and enjoyed Moet Nectar Champagne and Washington Apple shots. Also at Lavo, Glee star Chord Overstreet with his parents and friends who serenaded his continuing birthday celebration before hitting the nightclub for Grey Goose shots and dancing. Redfoo of LMFAO partied with members of his Party Rock crew.

Nick Lachey and Matt Leinart partied at Marquee at The Cosmopolitan at a VIP table and enjoyed Grey Goose cocktails alongside Shonn Greene, Charles Godfrey and Jonathan Stewart. New York Giants heir Alan Tisch partied in a group of 30 and with numerous 3-liter bottles of Veuve Clicquot and a rare 1942 Don Julio tequila. Above & Beyond made their DJ residency debut at Marquee, and applauding the U.K. favorites were The Black Keys in a group of 15. Also at Marquee: The Prodigy, after opening for Linkin Park at MGM Grand Garden Arena, and DJ Steve Aoki.

Martin Klebba of NBC’s The Cape partied at Vanity at the Hard Rock Hotel with Dimos “The Little Greek Man” Greko, their wives and magician Seth Grabel. 311 dined with friends at Rare 120 before Executive Chef Jon Snyder joined them to go to Vanity. Chase Daniel and Adonal Foyle also were at Vanity. Nick Lachey enjoyed a beer at Espumoso before going to a late lunch at Mr. Lucky’s 24/7 and turning up later at Rare 120.

Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block dined at N9NE Steakhouse at the Palms. Also at N9NE, boxer Antonio Tarver and Santonio Holmes of the New York Jets. Santonio, at N9NE for a second night in a row, signed Chef Barry S. Dakake’s Shakedown Door before heading to Moon. Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler dined at Nove Italiano and signed Chef Geno Bernardo’s door. March Playboy Playmate Ashley Mattingly partied at The Playboy Club at the Palms, while Eminem protege Yelawolf performed at the Snitch party at Ghostbar and then partied at a VIP table to celebrate his mother’s birthday.

Xhibit and The Black Keys celebrated The Light Group Managing Director Jodi Myers’ birthday at The Bank. Adult icon Sunset Thomas made a cameo appearance in Pawn Stars XXX, her first foray back into porn since her grand film finale Into the Sunset. The Sabotage Studio release was shot entirely in Las Vegas and stars Haley Stevens, Morgan Ray, Samantha Sinn and Nicole Ray.

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