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Miley parties the weekend away at Cameo

 

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Miley Cyrus, in town for the I Heart Radio concert Saturday at the Fontainebleau, liked hot hip-hop club Cameo so much on Friday that she returned for a second night, partying late Saturday and hitting the dance floor until the lights came on. With six girl friends in tow each night, Cyrus was the life of the party, high-fiving fans and dropping jaws as she held court at a VIP table on the dance floor in, says our spy, “barely there outfits” both nights. As for what the 20-year-old drank, our source says: “She’s no dummy. She drinks water.”

Miami Heat players Norris Cole, Udonis Haslem and Juwan Howard kept the victory party going Thursday night with bottles of champagne at the DJ Irie Weekend VIP Kick Off party at Hyde Beach at SLS Hotel South Beach. Seen dancing and chatting with fans, the NBA champions showed no sign of stopping the celebrations after their NBA finals win. Also spotted in the crowd: NFL star Jeremy Shockey, who was overheard congratulating the two-time champions, Lionel Richie, Alonzo Mourning and a slew of NFL players.

Richie was also spotted Sunday night at Juvia with a “female dining companion” and his agent, says source. Richie enjoyed several bottles of champagne, and seemed to be in a very festive — “celebratory, even,” says the source.

Friday night at The Forge was quite the scene, with NY Giants player Hakeem Nicks, former world champion boxer Roy Jones Jr., Kansas City Chief Larry Johnson all in attendance at a private dinner in the wine room. Actor Omar Miller was also there, separately, as was Showtime Sports exec Stephen Espinoza.

Singer and The Voice’s social media correspondent Christina Milian and former ’ N Sync member Chris Kirkpatrick were each spotted checking in at Mondrian South Beach for the weekend. Both were in town to support friend DJ Irie for his ninth annual Irie Weekend.

The New York Jets’ new quarterback Geno Smith was seen dining with friends Friday night at Prime 112.

Miami Heat player Shane Battier went somewhere besides Denny’s to celebrate his team’s victory, enjoying a night out with his wife and friends Friday at the Rec Room, where they had a few drinks and danced.

Natalie Cole, decked out in all white, was seen having dinner on Saturday at Zuma with three girlfriends. On Sunday, Chuy Bravo, Chelsea Handler’s sidekick, was seen having dinner there with Gloria and Emilio Estefan and taking pictures with fans.

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