Ramona Rizzo Celebrates Bachelorette Party At Crazy Horse III In Las Vegas

By on June 23, 2013

VH1’s “Mob Wives” star Ramona Rizzo celebrated her bachelorette party at Crazy Horse III Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Eager to celebrate her upcoming nuptials to imprisoned fiancé, Joseph Sclafani, who is currently serving a life sentence, Rizzo brought a group of girlfriends to party with. The brunette bombshell arrived at the spacious club sporting a curve-hugging black dress, made especially for the occasion, by a new designer in New York City. To finish the outfit, the beauty wore custom-made, hand-beaded stilettos from India. Rizzo posed for photos with fans at the popular gentleman’s club and signed several autographs.

The feisty East Coast diva spent the evening in her plush VIP table and sipped on Ciroc cocktails and Dom Perignon champagne. Rizzo was all smiles when she was  presented with her bachelorette cake that was topped with a giant diamond.

The “Mob Wives” starlet spent the night dancing to songs like Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj’s “Knockout” and “High School.” When asked what her fiancé thought of her final fling before the ring Rizzo said, “He understands the circumstances and wants me to have an amazing time.”

One of the world’s most famous gentlemen’s clubs, Crazy Horse III features hundreds of gorgeous female entertainers, three tantalizing stages, oversized chairs, a main room framing an enormous dance platform and an opulent VIP room. The hot spot was recently named “Best Club in the West” at the 2012 Exotic Dancer Awards. Crazy Horse III is part of PLAYGROUND, a lavish destination that offers nightlife and dancing as well as some of the best sushi in the city. Guests may take advantage of the mega club’s complimentary transportation, pending availability, by calling 702-673-1700. To learn more about Crazy Horse III, visit www.CrazyHorse3.com, follow Crazy Horse III on Twitter @CrazyHorse3LV and become a fan on Facebook atwww.Facebook.com/CrazyHorse3LV .

Photos: © Justin Paludipan/Starpicz Media