Holly Madison may have to put her dreams of mayor-dom on the shelf, but it looks like she’ll do well in Vegas without it.  Now that she’s rising to success with her Peepshow appearances, this former Girls Next Door star has been catapulted to headlining acts in the Entertainment Capital of the World.

Being a regular on their red carpet events, it’s only a matter of time before Holly Madison becomes this renowned representative of the city.  Even Las Vegas’ Mayor Oscar Goodman seems to think she’s just perfect in characterizing the place.

“Holly Madison does a great job promoting Las Vegas,” Goodman exclaimed to the Los Angeles Times.  “She is a glamorous ambassador for the city.  I always have my showgirls with me when I go out, but Holly has a standing invitation to join us in showcasing fabulous Las Vegas.”

What’s more, Madison has already been named an unofficial “ambassador” of the Planet Hollywood resort.  While many of her fans aren’t surprised at how quickly her fame has recovered since leaving The Girls Next Door, the star herself is appalled.

“I am totally surprised,” Holly said.  “It started out with my wanting to do a guest spot in Crazy Horse [at MGM].  But that would not have been a big deal, and then Peepshow came along and it turned into a huge thing that I love doing.”

Another thing she’s psyching herself up for is her upcoming reality show on E!.  She may have left the Playboy mansion, but this new journey of hers is soon going to end up on television.  One thing’s for sure, it’s going to be far from what we witnessed on The Girls Next Door.

Girls Next Door was done in a cute, colorful and cartoon way that girls could enjoy, relate to and live vicariously through,” Holly explained.  “A lot of girls would watch it and think if they had the spare time and the cash they would love to do whatever we were doing.”

As for her new show, she said: “It is about everything I am doing here in Vegas.  I think a lot of people are going to be surprised.”

Does that mean we get to see her try to govern the city?  Whatever the case, there’s bound to be more fame for Holly Madison as she makes her way through her career.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Los Angeles Times
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Maria Gonzalez

Staff Writer, BuddyTV