Fitting in a late celebratory fete, Paris Hilton rang in her 29th birthday at TAO Nightclub at The Venetian Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on Saturday night (February 20).
With her actual birthday having been a few days prior on February 17th, the heiress happily took to the Sin City nightspot with boyfriend Doug Reinhardt, along with parents Rick and Kathy Hilton.
Tweeting throughout the night, Paris excitedly wrote to her fans and followers, “Vegas is crazy! I’ve never seen Tao so packed! It seemed like it was New Year’s Eve! GREAT Night!”
A short while later, the hotel heiress tweeted, “What a fun night! My mom and Doug were so cute dancing together! I love how my parents love my love! We all had a blast! Great night!”
Monday, February 22, 2010
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt enjoyed another afternoon out in Venice today with their kids Shiloh, Maddox, Pax and Zahara. They were joined by another relative as well, with Angelina's father Jon Voight going along for a water taxi ride. He and Angelina have famously had their problems in the past, but it looks like they've buried the hatchet for now. The Jolie-Pitts have been getting to know their temporary hometown with gelato runs for Shiloh, Pax, Maddox, and Zahara and an afternoon of exploring with Knox and Vivienne on a boat, so the kids already have a thing or two to show their visiting grandfather.
Loony tune Ron Paul won today's CPAC straw poll on potential 2012 GOP presidential candidates. CPAC's annual straw poll is a closely watched indicator of the rising or falling stars of conservative politicians, although its results aren't necessarily predictive of future electoral success.
A libertarian from Texas who has railed against spending and the Federal Reserve, Paul won the Saturday contest at the Conservative Political Action Conference with 31 percent backing. He has sought the presidential nomination in the past and attracted a following among a segment of voters frustrated with Washington. Paul spoke at the conference along with potential presidential candidates former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts and Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota. Romney won second with 22 percent, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin came in third with 7 percent and Pawlenty finished with 6 percent.