Katy Perry Concertgoers Spot Prince Harry at RWLV

Resorts World Las Vegas is one of the most popular casino resorts on the famed strip. However, visitors were still surprised to see members of the British aristocracy there, attending Katy Perry’s latest show.

The show marked the finale of the Play concert residency at the Resorts World Theatre. The residency was originally planned to end on January 15, 2022, but eight more concerts were eventually added because of the event’s popularity.

However, Perry was not the only celebrity at the casino resort during the latest event as concertgoers quickly identified Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, among the crow jili777 d.

The Sussex Duke and Duchess have been close friends with Katy Perry and her fiancée, Orlando Bloom, for several years now. The two couples bonded over their shared dislike for paparazzi.

While the British aristocrats’ presence at the event shouldn’t be so surprising, people were still excited to see them in public.

Despite the Duke’s friendship with Perry, some people reported that he looked somewhat bored. Some have suggested that Prince Harry, who has previously expressed fondness for other genres of music, might not have found the concert to be as enjoyable as his wife did.

Meghan and Misha Nonoo dancing to Katy Perry's song 'Roar' at her concert ? ?
(Harry was trying to follow too?) pic.twitter.com/DdeDWqdDaN

— Katerina ?? (@Le__Katerina) November 5, 2023

Others believe that this might be untrue since the Duke of Sussex can clearly be seen nodding in tune with Perry’s Roar on a video from the event.

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In less pleasant news, Resorts World Las Vegas’ ex-president and COO, Scott Sibella, was been accused of allowing criminals to gamble. Robert Cipriani, a Californian high roller claimed that the former executive would turn a blind eye to people who came to the casino to gamble with stolen money.

Sibella said that he tried to tip off the casino staff but was ignored. To make matters worse, one of the involved persons allegedly proceeded to subject Sibella to weeks of harassment.

Earlier this year, Resorts World Las Vegas unveiled an anti-cyberbullying campaign ahead of NCAA March Madness and set up a basketball court in the resort’s retail center, The District.

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