Erika Jayne’s Las Vegas Residency FLOPS – Tickets Going for CHUMP CHANGE!
Securing a ticket to Erika Jayne’s Las Vegas residency, “Bet It All on Blonde,” won’t break the bank as it’s not too “Xxpen$ive.”
You can catch one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s December performances for a bargain — tickets are going for as low as $7 on the resale website Stub Hub.
This budget-friendly ticket isn’t just a pass to the show; it grants the fortunate attendee a front-row experience in the general admission section close to the stage where Erika Jayne will be performing.
Another ticket resale platform, Vivid Seats, also showcases a variety of affordable options, with numerous tickets in the general admission section priced between $14 and $22 for the upcoming performance on September 22.
Nonetheless, the initial retailers for the residency tickets, Ticketmaster and Live Nation, are offering the most budget-friendly options at a starting price of $69 each.
Despite not commenting on the ticket pricing, the “Housewife” took to her Instagram Story on Tuesday to announce a special giveaway for her fans.
Just under two weeks ago, 52-year-old Erika Jayne kicked off her show in the heart of Sin City at Mandalay Bay’s House of Blues, dazzling the audience with sparkly bodysuits and choreographed dance numbers.
In late April, she excitedly shared the news that she would be bringing her original music to the stage.“All right, Los Angeles, let me say something. First of all, thank you very, very much from the bottom of my soul,” the “Pretty Mess” singer said at the West Hollywood, Calif., nightclub Bootsy Bellows at the time.
“We are selling, bitches! Live Nation! Thank you for betting it all on this f–king blonde! Las Vegas!”
Over the recent weekend, Erika’s fellow Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast members and friends attended her residency to watch her take the stage for the first time.
Kyle Richards graced Instagram with a snapshot on Saturday, showcasing herself alongside Erika, Dorit Kemsley, and Lisa Rinna, “I’d bet on this blonde all day long We love you @theprettymess So proud of you ❤️.”
A few attendees took to social media to share their impressions of the show.. One person wrote, “There are so many great shows in Vegas; this unfortunately isn’t one of them. From the uninspired song choices to the bland choreography, it was a letdown on all fronts. I wouldn’t recommend it, even if you’re getting the tickets for free.”
Another viewer shared, “I’m not sure who had lower energy, the crowd or Erika Jayne herself. It felt like a half-baked performance that isn’t worth even the discounted ticket prices. Save your money and time.”
Someone else commented, “Honestly, it felt like a high school talent show but with a ‘celebrity’. The choreography was uninspiring, and it all felt a bit self-indulgent. I left halfway through, and I don’t regret it.”
“From the moment Erika stepped on stage, it felt off. The energy was low, the vocal performance was subpar, and the entire show felt disconnected. Even with the reduced ticket price, I felt like I overpaid.” Another wrote.
An attendee noted, “I was hoping for a dazzling show given it’s Vegas, but this residency felt more like a flop. From the lackluster stage setup to Erika’s less-than-stellar performance, it was a letdown in every sense.”
Avigail is an Entertainment blogger at All About The Tea, who specializes in The Real Housewives of Atlanta and The Real Housewives of Potomac. Avigail has a background in marketing. She’s a Brooklynite living in the Bahamas, with a passion for travel, writing, reality TV watching, pop culture and spoken word.