A few days ago I’ve posted the complete Interview from the ‘Fantabuloso’ Event (May 18), but here is a video that shows scenes from the performance and some scenes from the Interview (taken from a different angle than the official Interview video).
examiner.com wrote about the Cobra Starship performance and music video shooting (I bet #1Nite) at the PURE Nightclub on Friday (May 25).
Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship shot a music video at Pure Nightclub last night. With him were band members Victoria Asher, Alex Suarez and Ryland Blackinton. Keyartist and vocalist Asher accompanied Saporta while he sang “Good Girls Go Bad” for the camera and club goers. For the second song featured artist Kay joined Saporta to showcase their new single for the club. Also at Pure was Carson Kressley, the host of “Dancing with the Stars: Live in Las Vegas.”
On Friday night, Pure Nightclub kicked off the highly anticipated Memorial Day weekend with a special live performance by Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship.
Guests were in for a real treat as the lead singer entered the nightclub along with band members Victoria Asher, Alex Suarez and Ryland Blackinton and prepared to shoot a music video for the bands newest single “#1 Nite.” Joined by a gorgeous entourage of 20, the group took over the main stage and settled into their VIP booth.
Around 1:30 a.m., the singer got on the mic and welcomed partygoers to Pure. As cameras cued to shoot, Saporta began his performance with the hit “Good Girls Go Bad” accompanied by key artist and vocalist Asher. The energy of the crowed soared as the duo jumped and danced around on stage.
Leading into the second song “#1 Nite,” Saporta welcomed the featured artist Kay to the stage. The adorable blonde hopped on the mic and joined Saporta as they showcased their new single for the nightclub. The duet was a sight to see as their flirtatious energy filled the room while dancing around one another. The couple surprised the audience as they ran into the middle of the dance floor and made the reveling guests a part of the music video.
Saporta and Asher closed the performance with “You Make Me Feel.” The singing heartthrob had the entire club on their feet and singing along as he reached the mic out to the audience giving them the opportunity to show off their singing skills. “Thank you, Vegas!” Saporta shouted as he ran up and down the stage giving high fives to his admiring fans.
The band and their entourage spent their evening celebrating a successful video shoot and performance as they drank and danced into the early hours of the morning.