Suzanne Somers Debuts her Sophisticated Nightclub Act at Westgate Resorts in Las Vegas

Written & Photos by Nikki Artale

Suzanne Somers captures the audience the minute she comes on stage with her sultry songs and beautiful sexy gowns. The stage is her dressing room as she changes costumes while telling her fabulous stories of her many friends she worked with, in the past that included Johnny Carson. She also had a great friendship with Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack and Barry Manilow.
Suzanne will be performing with her five piece band in the new cabaret showroom Suzanne’s at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas for 28 weeks through May 2016. It will be reminiscent of the heyday of old Las Vegas as she sings from the Great American Songbook. It will take audiences back to the time of glamour and elegance as only Suzanne Somers can do.  Showtimes are five days a week at 7:00 pm, dark Sundays and Mondays.

Somers has written 25 books, her newest one being Tox-sick: From Toxic to Not Sick and is #3 on the New York Times best seller list. In addition to her new show at Westgate a Suzanne Somers Spa will be opening this summer, featuring Organic Cosmetics for skin care and hair care products and an Organic Spa Café that will sell food based on recipes from her bestselling cookbooks. This will be located on the third-floor pool deck next to the café.      
Suzanne makes everyone feel at ease and comfortable as she comes out into the audience and sings to a few people and then a lucky someone is called on stage to participate in a love ballet she sings. I love when an entertainer includes someone to come on stage and make it a part of their show. We have someone special to thank for bringing Suzanne Somers to the Westgate Resort Hotel and that is David Siegel, CEO of the resort. David has been a longtime fan of Suzanne and he knew he wanted to hire her even before she came in to talk to him about her sizzle show. So we thank you David Siegel for bringing the beautiful, loveable and outstanding performer to the Westgate Resorts. We love and appreciate you David Siegel.

At the conclusion of her show she went to a nearby ballroom that was holding the second annual Gatsby Gala to benefit the Nevada Children’s Center which is dedicated to helping neglected and behaviorally challenged children. Suzanne spoke from her heart about her own childhood abuse to a room full of open hearts. Just think about it, she sang from her heart in her showroom and then spoke from her heart in the Gala event for the children. Mistress of ceremonies was Paula Francis, KLAS-TV Channel 8 news anchor.


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