On Saturday, July 12, Wendy Williams and Brandi Glanville hosted the third annual World’s Largest Bachelorette Party (WLBP) at Tao Beach. The brides-to-be took up residence in the grand cabana that overlooks the entire venue sharing space with Glanville and Williams. The bachelorettes weren’t the only one’s with a reason to party. Williams was celebrating her 50th birthday, which is actually on July 18, and was presented with a cake while the packed club sang “Happy Birthday.”
Williams and Chippendales star Jaymes Vaughan hosted yet another WLBP party later that evening inside Tao Nightclub’s Opium Room where the ladies were treated to a male revue, makeovers from Benefit Cosmetics, signature appetizers from the Tao kitchen and giveaways from the Something Blue prize wheel, which included one grand-prize honeymoon to any Sandals Resort.
After dinner, Williams, her husband and a group of friends took over a VIP skybox at Tao Nightclub where yet another birthday cake was delivered to the birthday girl.
Williams was also in town to open “Lipshtick” at The Venetian, a 14-week run of female-only comedians, a first for Las Vegas. Though she’s not a comedian, doing a night of stand-up was on her birthday bucket list, along with singing karaoke and driving a monster truck. “I’ve always been told I was funny,” Williams said in an interview on ABC. Williams, however, thought she would book a little place in Manhattan and go on stage at the end of the night after everyone had had plenty to drink. But then The Venetian called. “They said, ‘We’ve got a room, a theater here with 750 seats and we’ve got 70 minutes for you.”
Glanville recently told In Touch Weekly that she doesn’t plan on getting married again. But, she added, “I do welcome meeting the man that will make me change my mind about that. I do believe Mr. Right exists, 100 percent.”