It goes without saying, Vegas can be a good place to spot a celebrity or two.
And at no time is this more true than during the Consumer Electronics Show that will bring approximately 150,000 global attendees to Sin City.
Some showgoers argue CES should be renamed “Celebrity Electronics Show” because of the numerous famous faces that help market the latest gadgets from some of the world’s most popular brands.
As you’ll see from a few of my show photos, celebrity appearances at CES 2012 are happening around every corner.
Ludacris made an appearance to promote his headphone line, SOUL by Ludacris.
I caught up with NBA Champion, Robert Horry, after his presentation with Haier Appliances.
Sony, didn’t disappoint either bringing huge names from the entertainment industry: actor and rapper, Will Smith, director Barry Sonnenfeld and American Idol, Kelly Clarkson. Smith and Sonnenfeld fittingly shared their excitement for the upcoming release of Sony Pictures’ Men in Black 3. Sony Music artist Clarkson belted her hit single, “Mr. Know it All.”
Nick Cannon promoted his new collaboration with Monster and their new line of headphones called “N-ergy in-ear” and “N-Tune on-ear” headphones.
Panasonic blew the roof off the show by strutting out Justin Timberlake who showcased his support of 3D content and technology.
Xzibit talked to Future Shop about his new Monster gaming headphones.
A great line up, and expect more hype, Bieber is supposed to make an appearance today.