Saturday, August 1, 2015

Stevie Wonder, Michael Phelps catch Jay-Z at Borgata

Jay-Z and wife Beyonce, drew a crowd of gawkers to a high-limit blackjack room at Atlantic City’s Borgata late Saturday night after the rap star performed a sold-out concert at the hotel's Event Center. Stevie Wonder, Michael Phelps, singer Adrienne Bailon and “Real Housewives of New Jersey” Jacqueline Laurita and Teresa Giudice were all spotted at the show. Wonder later dined with singer Robin Thicke, who played the Tropicana Saturday, at the Old Homestead Steak House where the late night Pacquaio/Clottey fight was being shown. DJ Samantha Ronson joined Wonder and Thicke before her set at the mur.mur nightclub where her sister, fashion designer Charlotte Ronson, chef Bobby Flay and Angelina Pivarnick, who made the foolish decision to leave MTV’s “Jersey Shore” cast partied at mur.mur where Phelps and Thicke also spent some time.

Stevie Wonder, Michael Phelps catch Jay-Z at Borgata

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Jay-Z and wife Beyonce, drew a crowd of gawkers to a high-limit blackjack room at Atlantic City’s Borgata late Saturday night after the rap star performed a sold-out concert at the hotel's Event Center. Stevie Wonder, Michael Phelps, singer Adrienne Bailon and “Real Housewives of New Jersey” Jacqueline Laurita and Teresa Giudice were all spotted at the show. Wonder later dined with singer Robin Thicke, who played the Tropicana Saturday, at the Old Homestead Steak House where the late night Pacquaio/Clottey fight was being shown. DJ Samantha Ronson joined Wonder and Thicke before her set at the mur.mur nightclub where her sister, fashion designer Charlotte Ronson, chef Bobby Flay and Angelina Pivarnick, who made the foolish decision to leave MTV’s “Jersey Shore” cast partied at mur.mur where Phelps and Thicke also spent some time.

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