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Miley Cyrus dances the night away at Cameo

Miley Cyrus may still be engaged, but that didn’t stop her from partying at Cameo nightclub’s sceney Saturday night hip hop party where she came out to support the party’s host, Lil’ Kim. Cyrus happens to make a, uh, cameo in the video for Kim’s song Twisted. Sources who saw the spawn of country music singer Billy Ray Cyrus said she was having a great time dancing with a group of female friends to the tune of DJ Entice and watching performances by T.I. and the evening’s host until 5 a.m. The night before, she was seen at Arkadia at the Fontainebleau, just hours after she was spotted smoking a so-called suspicious cigarette on her hotel room balcony.

Jamie Foxx spent Saturday night at Bâoli with friends and family. According to our spies, Foxx, who nibbled on edamame and sushi, ordered a 4.5 liter mojito for the table while he drank only water. When the DJ started playing hip hop, he “stood up and danced all night long.” On Sunday night, Foxx, along with R&B stars Tank and Trey Songz were all seen having dinner together at Prime 112. The trio arrived late with an entourage that, says our source, “included some very attractive females.”

Good Morning America’s Sam Champion had dinner Saturday at Doré with his husband, Brazilian photographer, Rubem Robierb.

Uber producer Pharrell was seen getting his birthday weekend started Thursday night at Prime 112, dining in the private dining room with a group of friends for a late dinner. On Sunday, he was seen continuing the celebration with a large brunch for 20 people at Bianca at the Delano. The brunch was filled with family and friends including Jermaine Dupree and hip hop duo Clipse.

LeAnn Rimes and a galpal had a quickie vacation in Miami Beach over the weekend following the singer’s tour stop in Fort Pierce. According to Rimes’s Twitter feed in which, along with a requisite beach bikini shot of herself, she exclaimed, “Miami is way crazier than Vegas!” She added that there was a roach in her hotel room. “#Nasty dude.” Hmmm, where was that?

James Mardsen and Josh Hopkins, in town for the 6th annual Nautica South Beach Triathlon (which raised $422,626 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital) were spotted Saturday night at Hyde Beach along with fellow actor Dash Mihok and a bunch of buddies. They had a few beers before turning in for their big morning run, bike and swim.

Finally, Atlanta Braves’ centerfielder B.J. Upton dined Sunday at Zuma with friends.

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