Every big corporate event has to have a party and MIX was no exception. The featured act were The Pussycat Dolls performing at the PURE nightclub at Caesar's Palace. For Pussycat Dolls aficionados (are there really any?) it might have been something of a let down because the performers at PURE are the Las Vegas Pussycat Dolls - not the recording artists. If nothing else, this is a demonstration of the product that entertainment has become: find a successful concept and license the hell out of it. Pussycat Dolls creator Robin Antin doesn't miss a trick. Anyway, judging by how crowded the stage area was, I don't think this mattered to any of audience who were unsurprisingly mostly male.
I squeezed in for a few minutes next to one of the burly bouncers who was keeping a passageway clear for the dancers to get on and off stage, though the only view of the performance that I had was of the large martini glass containing one of the 'cats.
The act wrapped up and I migrated back to find some desert only to run into the entire troupe surrounded by bouncers. I think it is fair to say that most of the people snapping pictures with their camera phones wanted one like this:
Later while wandering around the club, I came across the Windows Live bathtub that must have been part of the act. Branding gone mad I tell you!