Carrie Underwood and Luke Bryan Hint at Las Vegas Residencies at New Casino in ‘Fabulous’ New Video

by Emily Morgan
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Nashville’s biggest stars are likely bringing country music to Las Vegas. Recently, Luke Bryan and Carrie Underwood appeared in a video short for the brand new Resorts World Las Vegas hotel. The singers encourage travelers to “stay fabulous” in the fun, quirky clip.

In the commercial, Bryan and Underwood make appearances alongside Katy Perry, Celine Dion, and EDM artists Zedd and Tiësto. The resort plans to open its doors on June 24.

“The concept of Stay Fabulous captures the essence of the Resorts World Las Vegas brand where guests are encouraged to embrace their individuality and create their own version of fabulous,” said Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas. “With stunning visuals and special appearances from A-list entertainers, the commercial gives a peek into the incredible experiences that await when our doors open this June.”

The commercial also gives fans a sneak peek at what’s to come this summer. In the promo video, a couple wakes up in a hotel suite and soon finds out all their dreams come true, even without leaving their hotel.

The couple goes on a journey that takes them through worlds that represent all the experiences available at the resort. The promo concludes with a skyline shot of the new resort and its tagline: “Stay Fabulous.”

The video shows Katy Perry as a mermaid, Luke Bryan fishing, and Carrie Underwood on an island. Tiëstois also DJing, Zed is playing pinball, and Celine Dion is in the pinball machine.

Carrie Underwood & Luke Bryan Might Be Teasing Upcoming Residencies

Currently, fans are still waiting for confirmation on and details behind the upcoming shows. The resort plans to release more information in the coming weeks. Underwood and Bryan are old pros at performing, but this potential performance would mark their first Las Vegas residency. It will also mark Celine Dion’s return after ending her 16-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in 2019.

“I am very excited and I am a little bit emotional at the same time,” she said during her final performance. This is our final show in this beautiful Colosseum in Las Vegas.”

“There are lots of wonderful memories, you know, but it’s kind of strange at the same time, because when they started to put it together I was here and it was like, ‘I don’t know. Then I must have misunderstood something because I thought I was going to be here for three months or something like this, and here we are 16 years later. Maybe we have saved the best for last.”

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