Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013 | 10:31 p.m.
Actor and “Extra” and “X Factor” host Mario Lopez and E! Entertainment’s “Total Divas” stars The Bella Twins hosted Sugar Factory American Brasserie’s grand opening Friday night in Town Square.
Lopez’s beautiful wife, Courtney Mazza Lopez, joined him, and the new parents enjoyed Chinese chicken salad, a burger, French fries and a red velvet sundae. The handsome Lopez was overheard saying that his family and he will be spending Christmas in Mexico. He also said that his baby boy Nico is doing well.
After their meal, the happy couple signed autographs and picked out two of Sugar Factory’s Aquamarine Couture Pops, chocolate-covered almonds, watermelon sour bites and a pound of M&Ms.
The Bella Twins — Brianna and Nicole Garcia-Colace — were the center of attention as they walked the red carpet. Bri sported a black-and-white Top Shop outfit with Brian Atwood heels, and Nicole wore a white Herve Leger dress with Christian Louboutin stilettos.
“We are so excited to be at Sugar Factory’s grand opening,” the brunette bombshells told media. “Their new location is gorgeous!” Glowing bride-to-be Bri said that WWE fiance Daniel Bryan and she will tie the knot in Arizona next year.
The WWE wrestling duo enjoyed Steak Classique and chicken fingers, a Lollipop Passion goblet and Hubba Bubba martini. For dessert, they indulged in the Cookie Jar Sundae and Nicole’s favorite, the apple pie waffles. Before departing, The Bella Twins signed autographs and picked out Lilac Swirl Couture Pops, Pop Rocks and Hot Tamales.
Guests, including athlete Marcus Banks and “Pin Up” at the Stratosphere headliner Claire Sinclair, enjoyed passed hors d’oeuvres, including sliders, fried mac n’ cheese pops, bruschetta and Blow Pop martinis. Banks was spotted selecting a Disco Stick Couture Pop.
SFAB’s first restaurant-and-retail location in town is at Paris Las Vegas, and the Mirage, Planet Hollywood and MGM Grand also house retail-only outlets of Sugar Factory.
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