Suzanne Somers Brings Back Glamor and Class in her New show at Westgate Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
Written & photos by Nikki Artale
Suzanne Somers is back in Las Vegas after being gone for 25 years and she is anxious to bring back the shows that she used to love to go see. She is excited to be performing in Suzanne’s Room so she can be close to the audience and be able to interact with them. Mark Waltrip, COO and David Siegel, founder and CEO of the Westgate Resort Hotel and Casino introduced Suzanne Somers with great pride and joy to the media that gathered on March 25, 2015 at the Westgate Resorts. Her 28 week residency was announced, starting on May 23
David Siegel
Mark Waltrip

 Suzanne used those years to write 25 books of which five were number one and 13 were New York Times bestsellers. Actress, bestselling author, entrepreneur and health advocate are some of the words that describe the beautiful 68 year old woman and now she can add dancer to the list as she performs, and is fabulous, on this season of Dancing with the Stars. It is with great pride that she shares her love for her handsome husband, manager Alan Hamel, who she is still madly in love with after being married for 48 years. They are such a handsome couple.
Alan Hamel      Suzanne Somers
Alan Hamel              David Seigel

David Siegel will also open a spa which will include organic cosmetics, hair and skin care, and an organic café, with recipes from Suzanne’s cookbook, on the pool deck and David has already redone a suite for her that is organic and toxic free. He stated that it was worth all the money he paid for the hotel just to be able to hug her when she came on stage for the media event and interviews.

The food that was served for the media event was absolutely delicious. David Siegel knows how to get to our hearts.  We got to take some quick pictures before Suzanne made her getaway to fly back to LA for DWTS show.
David Siegel     Suzanne Somers
Mickey Silver  Suzanne Somers  Nikki Artale  Alan Hamel

Suzanne Sizzles is a 70 minute show, 5 days a week at 7:00 p.m. Dark Sunday & Monday. General admission tickets are priced at $65.00 (plus taxes and fees) for tickets call (800) 222-5361 or online at  For more information call (800) 732-7117.


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