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Well there’s one thing that Charlize Theron and Seth Mac Farlane ARE doing — and it’s eating sushi.

The pair were spotted dining at Matsuhisa Restaurant in Beverly Hills on April 8 amid rumors that they’re an item.

All that great music and all those great shows, and I want to go back to the Vegas of the Golden Era.” Is this variety of presentation, with Mac Farlane dressed in black while fronting a top-notch orchestra, something we’ll see more of on the Strip?

“Well, they have gone great in other cities, and we wind up having four encores,” Mac Farlane says as he preps for this gig at Encore.

“So it made sense to bring it to Las Vegas.” Pianist and music director Dave Loeb, who conducts the “Showstoppers” orchestra and for several years has trekked to L. to play on the “Family Guy” background music, reinforces the Mac Farlane-Las Vegas connection.

His performance of “One For My Baby, And One More For the Road” was a highlight as the singer carried the tune in aching baritone while leaning on a bar holding a glass of (we expect) Jack Daniel’s.

This from the man who voices Peter Griffin and Stewie on “Family Guy.” “I have had a lot of vocal training, and when ‘Family Guy’ started, we were using an orchestra every week, each week,” Mac Farlane said.

“It’s a show that’s been percolating in my head for a long time,” Mac Farlane told EW’s Jessica Shaw, explaining that the success of films like the show, and she’s fantastic.” He did share how he got her to agree to join, however: It only took a simple phone call. She astonishingly said, ‘Yes, I’ll come do your little TV show,'” Mac Farlane joked.

You try to cross this bridge with Seth Mac Farlane, linking his affection for the crude/brilliant humor in “Family Guy” — where the highbrow canine Brian will talk of his in-progress novel and suddenly scratch at his fleas with his hind leg — and love of big-band standards. It was planted in my brain.” The man with the resonant baritone voice who was once dubbed “the creepy imitator” in a story by the New Yorker is hitting the Strip this weekend not as an imitator, but in a genuine orchestral tribute to some of his favorite music dating back more than a half-century. Friday and Saturday at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas, Mac Farlane is fronting the orchestra from “Steve Wynn’s Showstoppers,” 55 members strong (tickets start at , absent fees, and can be purchased at Wynn Las and (702) 770-9966).

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