Magic Mike Live Returns With All New Show at the Sahara

Hot, hunky and hella overdue the men of Magic Mike Live welcomed back audiences, and some celebs, to The Strip.

By Toni Gonzales

Ladies, did you feel a shift in the air this weekend? No, it wasn’t the temperature. It was the return of some of Vegas’s hunkiest and hottest men on the strip. That’s right, MAGIC MIKE LIVE  is back.  The show celebrated its first performance this weekend at its new home at the Sahara Las Vegas. 

While the  all-new production is all about the fellas, there were two fancy females who helped kickstart the show. Actress Mindy Kaling and Comedian Iliza Shlesinger were spotted at the opener. Shlesinger, who is expecting her first child, was in town performing a set of comedy shows at The Mirage. However, the comedian took to her instagram stories to rave all about the show. “If you are in Las Vegas, you need to go to this,” she said, “It’s the most fun!” 

Mindy Kaling did the same on her insta stories. Hitting Vegas with her girlfriends, the Emmy nominated actress updated fans on her way to the show. But not before she hit some slots. The actress posted a pic in front of a Crazy Rich Asians slot machine. 

Mindy Kaling swung by for some slot action.

Ok, now back to the ripped and raunchy men. The show, created by hella hottie Channing Tatum, has been taken up a notch or ten to include sexier and more daring numbers. A look at some of the pics from the production and you are guaranteed to produce your own hot flash. 

MAGIC MIKE LIVE is a full 360 degree dance production complete with acrobatics and strip teases that would make your wildest women friends blush. Dress lightly ladies, the heat inside is off the charts. 

SHOW INFORMATION: Channing Tatum’s MAGIC MIKE LIVE

When: Wednesday to Sunday, 7:30p.m. 

Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m 

Price: Tickets start at $89

To Buy: MAGIC MIKE LIVE  website.

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