Prince Harry offered £100,000 to star in raunchy show after naked Vegas antics

Published by Esme Riley
Published on 2 November 2012

Prince Harry has been offered £100,000 to star in raunchy Las Vegas stage show Shades of Temptation.

Prince Harry offered £100,000 to star in raunchy show after naked Vegas antics

Prince Harry
Member of the Royal Family
born 15/09/1984

Theatre producer David King has his eye on the "Party Prince" following his recent naked partying in the Sin City.

Prince Harry offered £100,000 to star in raunchy show after naked Vegas antics

Harry, 27, caused a media storm in August when photos of him playing strip billiards were published online.

This obviously caught David's attention - and now he's written a letter to Buckingham Palace inviting Harry to appear in his show.

David told The Sun: "Prince Harry proved he was the ultimate playboy this summer and I thought, 'Who else would be better for a lead role?'

"Cheekily I wrote off to the Palace to invite him on stage. This is a serious offer."

Shades Of Temptation features a seductive striptease and scantily-clad dancers and has been described as a "sophisticated chic take on the world of fetish and fantasy".

It opened last week at David's Boulevard Theatre in MGM's New York-New York hotel on the Las Vegas strip.

Harry was left-red faced and quickly flew back to the UK when the pictures of him naked in his hotel room surfaced.

In one of the photos, nude Harry was protecting his modesty with his hands; in another he was hugging a naked woman from behind.

But it wasn't all bad - the scandal was reportedly worth a whopping $23 million in free publicity for Las Vegas.

And it's estimated to have reached 154 million people worldwide, according to a recent report by the Las Vegas Convention And Visitors Authority (LVCVA).

TMZ reported that LVCVA Board Chairman Tom Collins said at a meeting: "God bless Prince Harry. He made us a bunch of money."

In fact, though Grandma was bound to be unamused, many praised Harry for his hilarious antics.

Even a former head of the army had no issues with his partying in the buff, suggesting the worst thing he did was get caught.

General Sir Mike Jackson said: "All young officers are probably saying, 'There but for the grace of God go I,' and even some older officers are remembering perhaps the odd moment in their youth when they were being not as wise perhaps as they might have been.

"No. I have no difficulty with it. One does remember the 11th commandment: Thou shalt not get caught."