New Las Vegas Residencies: Cardi B and Christina Aguilera

It's true that Las Vegas pulls in a lot of talent, and the new additions of Christina Aguilera and Cardi B continue to prove it. The two stars announced that they will be starting their Las Vegas residencies later this year.

Christina Aguilera: The Experience

Aguilera made her announcement on Ellen, and fans are going wild.

“I wanna show that I have been actually accumulating for years these amazing ideas and taking people on this amazing ride and trip and using the imagination.”

Aguilera's show, Christina Aguilera: The Experience, is set to open on May 31st at the Zappos Theater in Planet Hollywood. The show is a follow-up to the singer's Liberation tour.

Cardi B Takes Las Vegas

Another powerhouse taking the Vegas stage is Cardi B. The rising star shows no sign of slowing down, announcing her first Vegas residency on Instagram.

The rapper will perform at the Kaos Day Club & Night Club at the Palms Casino Resort and will be featured alongside Skrillex, Above & Beyond, G-Easy, and Kaskade.

Cardi B will be an instrumental part of the resort's relaunch after its $700 million "reimagining".

Star-Studded Variety on the Vegas Strip

Other artists such as Carlos Santana, Bruno Mars, and Lady Gaga are also bring new shows to Vegas stages. After all, there always has to be somebody, or a small army of somebodies, to defend the city's title as "the entertainment capital of the world."

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