For the past 27 years, Vanessa Williams has been a successful model, a television, stage and film actress, a producer and a singer.
Perhaps you saw her in Kiss of the Spiderwoman on Broadway in 1994, Into The Woods in 2002, Sondheim on Sondheim in 2010, in Eraser with Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1996, on Ugly Betty in 2006 or the past two years in Desperate Housewives. Or in ANY of the long list of credits she has amassed over a stellar career.
But it’s her singing career that brings her to Las Vegas this month. Williams is kicking off the New Year in Las Vegas, where fans can expect to hear her hits and more. She’s known in the singing arena for “The Way That You Love,” “Save the Best for Last,” perhaps her biggest hit, and “Colors of the Wind,” from the movie Pocahontas.
She has also been nominated and won more awards than I can count, and she’s still making fantastic music.
Don’t miss this opportunity for a fabulous New Year’s Eve. That’s where I’ll be. Singing along with a true diva.
The Riviera, 9:30 p.m. Dec. 31, $70-$150 plus tax and fee. 702-794-9433