Erick Morillo keeps true to Memorial Day tradition of spinning at Tao

It’s actually a municipal ordinance that Las Vegas must have at least one Kardashian present at all times during a holiday weekend. Filling the quota for Memorial Day was Kourtney, who was celebrating babydaddy Scott Disick’s 28th birthday May 27 at Gallery. The least romantic couple this side of FDR and Eleanor continued to uphold their reputation. She gave him luggage for his birthday, and when asked about Kim Kardashian’s engagement to Kris Humphries, Disick brushed off any suggestion he’d be getting hitched to Kourtney any time soon with, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it.” Oh, the fairy tale never ends for these two. If they do decide to ever get married, it’ll be for the tax benefits.

Erick Morillo kept true to his reputation. He celebrated five years of spinning at Tao over Memorial Day by jumping on the turntables at 1 a.m. May 30 and spinning until dawn.

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