Usher, Danny Masterson, Unwritten Law, Marylynn Rajskub, Kaitlin Olson at The Palms
August 2, 2009 by VegasNews.com
Actor and DJ Danny Masterson (pictured above), also known as DJ Mom Jeans, had a late dinner at N9NE Steakhouse with a group of six friends prior to taking the stage at AM Fridays inside Rain Nightclub. Masterson wore a button-down shirt and blue jeans and ate a bone-in filet with creamed corn.
Masterson kicked off AM Fridays shortly after midnight for a packed crowd inside Rain Nightclub. Celebrity guests included actress Jenna Elfman who hung out at the VIP table on the main stage sipping Fiji Water and Ketel One. She wore a denim vest and jeans. At a separate table: actress and artist (from the Fox action-thriller 24) Marylynn Rajskub; actor (from Party of Five and the ABC drama series Lost) Matthew Chandler Fox; actress (from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Curb Your Enthusiasm) Kaitlin Olson; and actor (from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia) Rob McElhenney. The group arrived with approximately 20 people and were seated in a VIP Skybox overlooking the stage and dance floor. The group drank Ketel One cocktails and onlookers described them as dancing and having a great time.
American rock band Unwritten Law was playing hooky with partygoers at the weekly pool party Ditch Fridays at the Palms Pool & Bungalows on Friday. Band members Scott Russo (vocals), Steve Morris (guitar), Pat “PK” Kim (bass) and Dylan Howard (drums) arrived around 4 p.m. and hung out in a VIP cabana poolside. They enjoyed Fiji Water, Miller Lite and Ketel One Vodka with a variety of mixers.
Recording artist and actor Usher was spotted at a VIP table inside Moon Nightclub. He arrived with two friends shortly after 3 a.m. wearing a black t-shirt and black jeans. Onlookers said he was enjoying the atmosphere and was drinking Fiji Water before departing the club around 4 a.m.
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