Photos: Nick Carter, Evan Peters celebrate birthdays in Las Vegas

Nick Carter celebrates his 32nd birthday at Vanity in the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012.
Photo: Hew Burney/Hard Rock Hotel

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Nick Carter's 32nd Birthday at Hard Rock Hotel

Evan Peters' 25th Birthday at RPM

Editor's Note: It was reported today that Leslie Carter, the 25-year-old sister of Nick Carter and Aaron Carter, died of a prescription drug overdose on Tuesday.

Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys celebrated his 32nd birthday at the Hard Rock Hotel. The singer was joined by his girlfriend Lauren Kitt, his father Bob and a group of friends at Vanity, where fans helped him celebrate the big day. The DJ got the crowd hyped up by playing Carter’s new single before singing “Happy Birthday” to him.

Carter and his crew dined at nearby 35 Steaks + Martinis before settling into a VIP booth at Vanity, where they enjoyed Belvedere and Red Bull. The singer’s father snapped pictures throughout the night, making sure to get a photograph of Carter with his birthday cake. Later in the night, Carter got a hold of glow sticks and threw them into the crowd of fans.

Earlier in the day, he treated his girlfriend to a spa treatment at Reliquary Water Sanctuary & Spa. Thanks to Cassi Thomas of Retna and Hew Burney for their photo gallery.


Evan Peters, star of FX’s “American Horror Story,” celebrated his 25th birthday at RPM Nightclub at the Tropicana, where he was joined by family and friends including his girlfriend, actress Alexia Quinn, and Ryan Eggold (“90210”).

Peters was presented with a birthday cake designed by Freed’s Bakery based on his “American Horror Story” character Tate Langdon. Later, Melody Sweets (“Absinthe” at Caesars Palace and friends joined the celebration. The group enjoyed Grey Goose cocktails and Veuve Clicquot while dancing to the sounds of RPM Saturdays Unleashed resident DJ Sour Milk from L.A.’s Power 106.

Thanks to Jeff Bottari of WireImage for his photo gallery.

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

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