After A Bit Of Rain, The Stars Are Out At CES
While rain isn’t typical for CES, celebrity sightings certainly are.
While rain isn’t typical for CES in Las Vegas — it poured buckets on the first day of the show — celebrity sightings certainly are, and this year’s show was no different. Many of the headliners were there to showcase brand ambassador relationships with tech manufacturers, while others participated in a variety of CTA-sponsored happenings.
Click through to see who has been at the show so far.
Shaq appeared at a Q&A session for Ring. He partnered with the smart-doorbell maker last year to donate home security devices to neighborhoods across the country.
Joe Perry backstage at Monster’s press conference, prior to announcing the Classic Rock version of the Blaster boombox.
Iggy Azalea on stage at Monster’s press conference with company founder Noel Lee. The pair are collaborating on Super Bowl commercial.
Akon was at the Up In The Lab booth to announce his involvement as a WowFixIt brand ambassador.
Rock legend Slash upon a throne of guitars at the Gibson booth
“The Fastest Man in the World” was also at the Gibson booth: Usain Bolt was promoting the company’s new Trainer Fitness headphones.
NBA All-Star Baron Davis is the CES 2018 Ambassador for the Consumer Technology Association.
John Grisham sat down with TWICE just prior to appearing at Gary’s Book Club. The author was at CES for a livestreamed Q&A with CTA president/CEO Gary Shapiro to talk about his book “The Tumor.”
Tony Romo came out during Brian Krzanich’s Intel keynote to talk sports tech.
Soccer phenoms Brian McBride, Brandi Chastain and Mario Melchiot appeared on stage during the Hiesese press conference. Hisense is the official sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Captain Scott Kelly talked at the Nikon booth about taking photos on the International Space Station.