Whatever happens in Vegas ends up on Instagram...

Continuing her high school reunion celebrations, Kim Kardashian hit up Las Vegas on Friday night with a gaggle of gal high school pals, whom she referred to as the Spice Girls, explaining that in high school the group of friends dressed as the pop group. The reality star popped into Sin City for the night to see the great and fabulous Cher at the Park Theatre at the Monte Carlo with gal pals Amanda Elise Lee, Sarah, Simone Harouche, Amber Jenkins and Floriana Annibali

Before the big night at the concert, Kim, who got all gussied up as the "I Got You Babe" singer, and the ladies, who attended the all-girls Catholic school Marymount High School in Bel-Air, celebrated with some vodka and toasts. 

The mom of three posted a flurry of videos on her Instagram Stories last night from before, during and after the musical night of celebrating.

The women were filming scenes for an upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

For the night on the town, Kim opted for a plunging black top, faux fur jacket and made her eyes pop with an electric blue eyeshadow.

She wore her long signature locks straight, a la her style icon Cher.

Just last month, Kim attended Marymount High School's 20-year reunion for the class of 1998.

For the on-campus event, Kim wore a white plunging outfit that showed off her legs, paired with nude, transparent pointed pumps. She posted a slew of pics and videos of her and friends at the high school reunion on Instagram Stories.

Kim and her pals, who she had not seen for the past 20 years, rented a party bus to bring them to the event.

"Of course I had to get a party bus for the class of '98," she said.

"So my friends are worried that we're gonna run into people that they were mean to and I feel so good about my conscience, that I was so nice to everyone," Kim later said.

After they arrived, she said, "This is so crazy, these halls. You guys, do remember these halls? So insane!"

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