SIGHTING: Larry Rudolph Celebrates Birthday at FIZZ Las Vegas
Talent manager, Larry Rudolph, who represents and has helped launch the careers of Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus, in addition to having represented Justin Timberlake and other award-winning performers, celebrated his birthday in style at FIZZ, the lavish champagne lounge and bar at Caesars Palace, last night.
Rudolph arrived at the opulent venue with a group of friends and family, including gaming mogul George Maloof. FIZZ was packed for the celebration with music industry executives and Hollywood elite in town for Rudolph's birthday, who happily mingled and greeted his birthday party guests.
Handsome headliner Matt Goss dropped in for a special surprise performance, singing "Happy Birthday" to Rudolph. Goss also belted out a soulful rendition of Frank Sinatra's classic "Fly Me to the Moon." The hunky singer has often been compared to Sinatra for his handsome looks and talented vocal abilities.
Since its opening with a birthday bash for Creative Director David Furnish's long-time partner, Sir Elton John, FIZZ has become an exclusive hangout for musicians. With previous guests such as Katy Perry, Celine Dion, Brandon Flowers and Avril Lavigne, FIZZ was the ideal setting for Rudolph to celebrate his special day.
FIZZ, the upscale champagne lounge located between The Colosseum and Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, is open nightly from 5 p.m. FIZZ offers a wide selection of high-end champagnes by the glass and carefully curated spirits, along with exquisite choices of caviar, charcuterie and small plates. Designed by Las Vegas-based designer Todd-Avery Lenahan, FIZZ was recently named the winner of the "Nightclub, Bar and Lounge" category at the 10th Annual Hospitality Design Magazine Awards. For table reservations and VIP bottle service, call 702.776.3200 or email email@example.com. More information and updates are available at http://fizzlv.com/ on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/fizzlasvegas or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/fizzlasvegas.
Photo Credit: Anthony Mair