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Trey Songz, football stars get the party started at adult club E11even

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E11even, that high end “adult entertainment” venue near Club Space, celebrated its official grand opening weekend with the requisite celebrity appearances. R&B singer Trey Songz lit up the main floor with his order of champagne. Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl champ Golden Tate celebrated his first off weekend there, while 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was spotted across the club with his posse. But the one who stole the show was the controversial Dennis Rodman, who, just days out of rehab was, says our spy, “dancing and partying” at a VIP table. As for whether Rodman was imbibing, our spy would only say, “There was alcohol at the table.”

Former NFL quarterback, former star of The Bachelor, and current college football analyst Jesse Palmer was seen partying with friends Friday afternoon at Hyde Beach at SLS Hotel South Beach.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, Cleveland Browns wide receivers Josh Gordon and Greg Little, nose tackle Phil Taylor and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Nick Moody were all seen having a guys' night out Friday at SL Miami at the James Royal Palm. Sources say multiple bottle parades of Moet Rose, Hennessy and Ciroc were seen flowing to their table throughout the night.

Chicago Bears defensive end Julius Peppers was spotted with friends on Friday at Zuma.

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