Chippendales, the ultimate Las Vegas “Girls Night Out,” is about to get even hotter when reality show star, Jake Pavelka (ABC’s “The Bachelor” and “Dancing with the Stars,”) dawns the stage as the highly- anticipated celebrity guest host for a Spring residency (February 23rd - March 18th, Thursdays through Sundays). The addition of Pavelka, who is still touted as one of America’s most eligible bachelors, will add to the four-week long frenzy as Chippendales celebrates its 10th Anniversary at the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino (on Friday, February 24th) with nearly 4,000 performances.
For more than three decades, sinful schoolboy charm and naughty fantasy, colliding with the boy next door has been the winning combination that has solidified Chippendales as the premier birthday, divorce, and Las Vegas bachelorette party for women. The iconic bare-chested men with their cuffs and collars are a household name across the globe - with the reputation of being The Ultimate Girls Night Out. Pavelka will be joining an exclusive roster of guest hosts at Chippendales including Ronnie Magro of “Jersey Shore” and Jeff Timmons of the platinum-selling group 98 Degrees.
During his limited engagement at Chippendales, Pavelka will use his charm, sex appeal and hosting skills to keep the women entertained while leaving the dancing to the men of Chippendales.
All-American charm, piercing blue eyes and a head-turning swagger in tow, Jake Pavelka is someone critics consider a rare crossover success story. Debunking the theory that a reality star’s impact is confined to a 15-minute window, the Dallas-born, hopelessly-romantic commercial pilot found himself in front of Hollywood’s biggest casting directors and alongside veteran actors, following the “break-up heard around the world” when the former bachelor-turned fiancé-turned bachelor again ended his very public romance with the final contestant on his season of ABC’s highest-rated reality series, “The Bachelor.” A proposal and a media storm of a split later, Pavelka remains a household name.
In addition, Jake went on to dance with partner Chelsie Hightower on ABC’s, “Dancing with the Stars,” co-host his hometown talk show “Good Morning Dallas” and host multiple events before landing a guest-starring role on the primetime scripted series, Lifetime’s acclaimed dramedy, “Drop Dead Diva."
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