Ice-T & Coco Dress Up As Hannibal Lecter & The Devil For Las Vegas 'Player's Ball'
Saturday night, celebrity couple Ice-T and Coco, from E! Network's hit reality show Ice Loves Coco, hosted the ultimate Halloween "Player's Ball" at LAX Nightclub inside Luxor Hotel and Casino.
Upon the couple's entrance, Coco captivated the eyes of hundreds and stole the show as she dazzled on the red carpet in a seductive devil costume revealing hersexy assets. While her husband opted for a more frightful ensemble and camedressed up as Hannibal Lecter. After posing for photos and greeting fans, thefamed duo made their way into LAX where they were welcomed by hundreds of cheering admirers anticipating their arrival.
Inside the packed venue, Ice-T and Coco were joined at their VIP table by 20 of their closest friends. As the legendary lyricist got ready for his performance, the energetic blonde bombshell entertained their friends. Taking the stage close to 2 a.m. with his wife by his side, Ice-T got on the mic and the energy in the room soared as he welcomed everyone to the "Player's Ball." He then kicked off his performance with popular hit "I'm So Fly" followed by " Original Gangster," "New Jack Hustler" and ending with "Colors." All throughout his live set partygoers were on their feet singing along to the rapper's iconic lyrics. The crowd displayed their appreciation for him as they loudly cheered and asked for an encore after he was finished.
Directly following the crowd-pleasing performance, Coco got on the mic to announce the top three finalizts of the "Sexiest Seductress" costume contest. After multiple rounds of judging, Coco picked the tempting "Pocahontas" as first place winner. She then rejoined her husband and their friends at the plush VIP tables as they spent the rest of the evening taking in the atmosphere of the Vegas club scene while dancing and sipping on cocktails.
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