Published Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009 | 8:50 a.m.
Updated Monday, Nov. 2, 2009 | 11:34 p.m.
It was an all-star turnout for Halloween 2009, and the Hollywood celebrities who came to party in Las Vegas made it a long night of fantastic fun. Here’s our morning wrap-up of the through-the-night happenings of horror. Everywhere you went in Sin City, there was the weird, the wild and the wacky -- and that’s before we even got to the ghouls, goblins, spooks and skeletons!
Gorgeous Peepshow star Holly Madison made for the prettiest picture of the night at Studio 54 in MGM Grand early this morning, and contributing photographer Scott Harrison was there for the red carpet arrival.
Scott also high-tailed it over to The Rio for The Lost Boys star Corey Haim’s party atop Voodoo Lounge, and although he didn’t dress up in a crazy costume, his fans did!
Sexy socialite Nicky Hilton had a huge turnout of Caesars Palace “Trick or Tweet” followers for her party at Pure, where she was the picture of grace and elegance as Audrey Hepburn’s Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, and once again the super-fast, hotfooted Scott Harrison captured her poses on the red carpet.
Leading lens lady Denise Truscello raced between sister hotspots Tao and Lavo in The Venetian and the Palazzo, respectively, for the Twilight and True Blood star Halloween parties. Even birthday girl Briana Evigan joined in the fun. Kellan Lutz and Ashley Greene were at Tao, and Sam Trammell and Rutina Wesley were at Lavo.
The sexy girls of X Burlesque at the Flamingo stuck to the theme of near nudity with their scantily clad outfits, perfect for the Garden of Eden and racy and risque for the Strip.
Finally, some of the cowboys changed out of their jeans, boots and Stetsons for a terror-ific wedding at Round 2 of the Professional Bull Riding World Finals at Thomas & Mack Center.
Our contributing photographers were all over Las Vegas last night and this morning, and our photos from each party prove that nobody celebrates Halloween better than Las Vegas anywhere on Earth!
Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground. Read more of Robin's stories at VegasDeLuxe.com.
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