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Hilton sisters, Adrian Grenier round out star-studded Basel weekend

 
 
Paris and Nicky Hilton
Paris and Nicky Hilton
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After some made-for-TMZ scandal involving their younger brother allegedly being hit in the face on purpose by Lindsay Lohan's team, Paris and Nicky Hilton, along with their oil-heir pal Brandon Davis, were seen early Saturday morning strolling into the 1OAK temporary club at the Delano in with a massive entourage. The sisters were seen sipping Dom Perignon and dancing for an hour before heading across the street to Rec Room where Paris ran into her friend Adrian Grenier.

Following Grenier’s memorable karaoke performance of Cyndi Lauper’s Girls Just Want to Have Fun Thursday at Rec Room’s Chez Andre party, the arty Entourage star returned for a second night of fun. After settling at his table in front of the karaoke stage, Grenier went outside to escort in a blonde model. This mystery blonde danced with him all night while he spun her around singing along to Van Morrison’s Brown Eyed Girl. Enter the Hilton sisters. More interestingly, one would would have expected to hear Margaritaville from Savannah (daughter of Jimmy) Buffett, but she got on stage to sing The Clash's Should I Stay or Should I Go.

Lest you thought it was over Sunday, we awoke to a barrage of emails saying Lindsay Lohan was at Club Space, hiding under a hoodie. Guess that hoodie didn't do much for you, huh, LiLo? Earlier in the night she stopped at Mansion.

Rose McGowan was playing the part of adoring wife; her husband, Davey Detail, part of art duo Cyrcle, was exhibiting several pieces at the fair. “Art Basel is amazing, it’s my first time here,” McGowan said, relaxing in Architectural Digest’s AD Oasis at the Royal James Palm Hotel.

Claudia Barilla, the girlfriend of Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte, was seen Friday at the Carlito Dalceggio solo exhibition at the Ricart Gallery Miami.

Indie rock duo Tegan and Sara performed Friday at The Official VH1 + Scope party on the sand before a crowd that included actor Tyson Beckford, rapper Theopolis London and Alexandra Richards. Richards, Rolling Stones Keith's daughter, was also seen Friday at the Westway Art Basel event at Delancey's Social Club with Tyrone Woods, son of Richards' fellow Stones brother, Ronnie.

David Arquette spent Saturday night in SET’s VIP Trophy Room with a bunch of, says our spy, "raucous friends." Popping a $7,000 bottle of Louis XIII, Arquette was the life of the party, cracking jokes with his group.

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