Flo-Rida Gets Low for Live Performance At Chateau Nightclub Las Vegas

Flo-Rida gets low for live performance at Chateau Nightclub Las Vegas on March 25, 2011. joined the impressive list of celebrities who have been seen and heard at Las Vegas’ newest nightlife destination, Chateau Nightclub & Gardens at Paris Las Vegas, since its opening earlier this month.

Flo-Rida at Chateau Nightclub
Flo-Rida At Chateau Nightclub

Arriving at Chateau with an entourage of 12 friends, Flo dressed casually for the occasion in a teal blue printed t-shirt, jeans and a Florida Marlins hat. The rapper made a grand entrance into the nightclub and was escorted to a VIP table where he was greeted by a bevy of Chateau’s sexy cocktail servers, who surrounded the star and fanned him with black and white ostrich feathers.

Taking the stage around 1:30 a.m., Flo-Rida got on the mic and treated revelers to a high-energy performance they won’t soon forget. Flo sang six of his chart-topping hits including “Get Low” “ Who Dat Girl” and “Sugar,” during which he gave one lucky fan his own pina colada–flavored Sugar Factory Couture Pop.

Flo-Rida
Singer Flo-Rida

During his performance of “In the Ayer,” Flo-Rida took to the DJ booth to get the crowd pumped by chanting “Put your hands in the air!” Later, he made all the ladies go wild when he took off his t-shirt and hat and tossed them into the crowd of party-goers. He then shook and sprayed a bottle of Dom Perignon champagne into the crowd and climbed up on the shoulders of one of his bodyguards to be carried through the crowded dance floor to give fans an up-close-and-personal experience.

Flo-Rida
Flo-Rida

Club-goers feverishly snapped photographs of the Grammy-nominated star as he was carried through the club, stopping only to dance on a banquette with four female fans and close out his exhilarating performance.

Flo-Rida
Flo-Rida at Chateau Las Vegas Nightclub

After, Flo-Rida rejoined his group in the private booth where they sang, danced, and sipped on Dom Perignon champagne, Grey Goose cocktails, Remy Martin, and Patron Tequila with pineapple and cranberry mixers.

Also seen at Chateau on Friday night were Playmates Stacy Fuson and Alison Waite as well as Houston Texans quarterback, Matt Leinart. Photo Credit: David Becker/WireImage

Bill Cody is an entertainment, technology and luxury travel reporter in Las Vegas. He reports on celebrities, events, tech, food, Las Vegas and luxury travel.

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