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Miley parties at Cameo after her show

 
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In town for her show at the AAA, Miley Cyrus was seen Friday at Soho Beach House, with what our spy said seemed to be members of her band, “not drunk, not messy.” Well, that’s a departure. But not for long. Following her Bangerz tour, she and about 30 friends and backup dancers made their way to Cameo, where they partied in private section on the mezzanine, drinking champagne and dancing well past 4 a.m. Other celebs in the building included hip-hop heavyweights Fabolous (seen earlier having a low-key dinner at Catch at the James Royal Palm with guy friends), Keyshia Cole and Ace Hood.

Chris Bosh celebrated entering his “dirty 30s” late Sunday at E11even Miami. After a star-studded “Cirque Du Noir” themed private dinner at Marlins Park, Chris and Adrienne Bosh arrived at the swanky strip club just past midnight, settling into the so-called Bosh Pit, which was flowing with champagne, sparklers and, says our spy, “dollar bills like it was confetti.” Bosh brought his own DJ, Stephen Floss. Rap group Bone, Thugs-n-Harmony held court in the Bosh Pit as well. After his birthday-cake parade with signs spelling out B-O-S-H and a life-sized cut-out head shot, he took to the mic, thanking everyone and chanting, “This year is going to be a three-peat.” Arriving late night to the party were Brody Jenner and former NFL running back Larry Johnson.

Anne Hathaway had dinner late Sunday night at Makoto in Bal Harbour with friends including Top Chef fan fave and Scarpetta chef de cuisine Nina Compton.

Andy Garcia and his family had dinner late Saturday night at Hakkasan.

Tennis star David Ferrer pulled up to Seasalt and Pepper via boat Thursday night with his wife and a sizable entourage. LeBron James was also there that night, with wife, manager, bodyguards and children.

Ferrer and fellow players Nicolas Almagro, Angelique Kerber and Stan Wawrinka were spotted Thursday at a private event at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami’s 19th-floor pool deck. Players enjoyed mixing beats with Miami local DJ Michael Sarysz and posed for a selfie with the hotel’s General Manager Florencia Tabeni.

Tennis twins Robert and Michael Bryan had inner Thursday at Morton’s on Brickell, supping on bone-in-rib eye and lamb chops.

Rapper Jadakiss was seen Sunday at the Shore Club for the hotel’s weekly pool party, while T.I. was seen Saturday at a neighboring pool party at The Riviera South Beach Hotel.

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