“Teen Mom” reality star Farrah Abraham made a special appearance at SLS Las Vegas, where she hosted the 2015 AVN Awards pre-party for Topco.
The 23-year-old sex symbol arrived at LiFE Nightclub around 12:30 a.m. with new boyfriend Simon Saran, where they were joined by the ladies of Penthouse for a wild night of partying inside the hottest new mega club on the Las Vegas Strip.
The crowd immediately welcomed the duo as they entered the venue hand in hand. Farrah Abraham was seen wearing a corset, boy shorts and chaps as she carried her latest creation, the infamous “Blowup Doll Farrah,” into the club. They began the evening with specialty cocktails and sipped champagne while Michael Woods kicked off the first performance of his exclusive ‘Tequila Nites’ residency. Drinks flowed throughout the night and culminated in the arrival of the nightclub’s epic Champagne Horse, which Farrah Abraham rode through the club as she waved a brightly colored glowstick in the air. The young star then danced the night away atop one of the nightclub’s go go boxes. She was seen throughout the night kissing and flirting with Saran as they partied and took photos together.
Abraham was in town this weekend for her first-ever appearance at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo and will be presenting tonight at the AVN Awards.
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Farrah Abraham is an American reality show personality, author, musician, pornographic actress, and stripper. Born in Omaha, Nebraska and raised in Council Bluffs, Iowa, she became pregnant when she was sixteen years old. In 2009, Abraham came to prominence after being cast in the reality television series 16 and Pregnant, which documented the pregnancies and first months of motherhood for several young women. Later that year, she was cast in the spin-off series Teen Mom, and appeared in each of its four seasons until its conclusion in 2012. That August, she released her debut studio album and first memoir, both of which were titled My Teenage Dream Ended. The book made it onto The New York Times Best Seller list, while the album was named the 32nd best album of 2012 by The Guardian, who called it “The weirdest record you’ve heard this year. A truly bizarre mix of generic Guetta-pop beats, drilling sounds, and Abraham’s abrasive AutoTuned vocals”. – Wikipedia