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iHEART FEST: IT DIDN'T STAY IN VEGAS

Presenting some dazzling visuals from this weekend's iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas...


"I love what he's done with the place," RCA superstar Justin Timberlake said from the step-and-repeat inside iHeart Chairman/CEO Bob Pittman's jet. "If only it was a little roomier..." Seen before making a beeline for the lap pool are Lori Giamela, Nathalie Salinas, Jessie Maldonado, Jeff Rizzo, JT, Wendy Goodman, Danny Cooper, Joe Daddio and Mike Boccuzzi.

Lava/Republic rockers Greta Van Fleet take a moment to ponder the time and resources required to trash all the rooms at every hotel in town. Fortunately, SVP Rock and Alternative Promo Amanda Dobbins had worked up a spreadsheet. Seen hoping Tom Poleman has an extra wah-wah pedal are (l-r) manager Aaron Frank, VP Alternative and rock Promo Drew Hauser, SW Regional Talia Gilboa, the band's Sam Kiszka and Danny Wagner, Dobbins, the band's Josh and Jake Kiszka and tour manager Ryan Westbrook.


iHeart's John Sykes, Bob Pittman, Tom Poleman, Lisa Worden and Marissa Morris pose with KidinaKorner/Interscope's Imagine Dragons. By the way, Worden now responds to the name Khaleesi.


Alissa Pollack, who was recently dubbed EVP Global Music Marketing, and husband Robert Kennedy take a break from tangoing in the night to hang with members of Fleetwood Mac—flanked by Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.


"Freestyle battle! Winner gets to tattoo the loser's face," Def Jam's Noah Sheer (left) challenged the label's Nicki Farag (second from left). Needless to say, Sheer is now in the market for a bigger hat and darker glasses. Also pictured are the judges: KHTS San Diego's Haze and Geoff Alan, RCA's Danny Cooper and Haze's wife, Karon.

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