Ginuwine hosts and performs at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens in the Paris on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013.
Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013 | 8:09 p.m.
R&B singer Ginuwine hosted a 2013 Labor Day Weekend celebration at Chateau Nightclub & Gardens in the Paris and also performed for fans at the Strip nightspot on Saturday night.
Around 1 a.m. today (so technically Sunday morning), DJ Fellin hopped on the mic to address the nighttime revelers, asking them if they were ready for Ginuwine, then Ginuwine emerged singing his hit “Hell Yeah.”
Dressed in white from head to toe, Ginuwine made his way around the main stage and into the crowd. Partygoers sang along with “In Those Jeans,” and Genuine ended the song a cappella. His short setlist also included “I Need a Girl,” “So Anxious” and the sexy “Pony,” which he performed while serenading a few ladies.
Wrapping his performance, Ginuwine thanked his fans for all of their love and support. Pulling out his cell phone, he mentioned that he wanted to share how Las Vegas partied with him and began to take a video of the nightclub.
Making his way back to a VIP table located on the main stage, Ginuwine invited fans to join him as he mingled and posed for photographs and partied until the early hours of the morning.
Thanks to contributing photographer David Becker of WireImage for his photo gallery.
Don Chareunsy is senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.
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Chateau Nightclub & Gardens Spanning more than 45,000-square-feet and sprawled across two-stories, Chateau features three separate nightlife experiences including a high-energy nightclub, magnificent Strip-side Chateau Beer Garden and blossoming Chateau Gardens. By day, Chateau Beer Garden, a Strip-side restaurant and bar with a focus on quality brews, overlooks the Strip and the Bellagio fountains. At night, the club and gardens welcome partiers inside and out.
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