Australian actress, singer and model, Sophie Monk, spent a memorable afternoon at Sugar Factory ( www.SugarFactory.com ) at Paris Las Vegas today. The performer showed off her bubbly personality at Las Vegas’ top sweet spot, as she struck silly poses with one of Sugar Factory’s famous Couture Pops. She was cracking herself and her friends up with her too-cute snapshots.
Monk wanted to bag some other candy treats for her trip back to Los Angeles, as well. While pouring one of her favorite sugary snacks, Mike & Ikes, in a Sugar Factory bag, the dispenser got stuck and spewed hundreds of candies all over the floor. Monk scrambled to stop the dispenser, attempting to catch the candy in her hands. Finally, the dispenser shut off and she was left in the middle of a sweet little mess. But, always a good sport, Monk made friends with a few young fans, as they tried their best to clean the spill.
After her adventurous candy shopping, the group sat down for their lunch at Sugar Factory American Brasserie. Monk loved sipping on the signature Lollipop Passion cocktail, made with Midori melon liqueur and over flowing with dry ice smoke. Monk and her friends snacked on four cheese pizza and a Caesar salad, chatting about how wonderful the restaurant was and how funny Monk’s run-in with the Mike & Ikes was. As if her visit to Sugar Factory couldn’t have been any more memorable, she was surprised with a massive King Kong Sundae.
The King Kong Sundae is the eatery’s most indulgent and whimsical dessert, featuring 24 scoops of ice cream, two mini cupcakes, waffle cones, caramelized bananas, giant lollipops and every ice cream topping a diner could ever think of. The sundae came out sparkling, lit up with two blazing sparklers to Monk’s surprise. The gorgeous blonde was awestruck with her entire experience at Sugar Factory and vowed to return on her next trip to Las Vegas.