Sean Paul, Criss Angel At TAO Nightclub, Jay Sean At Marquee Nightclub

Sean Paul hosted the evening at TAO with sounds by DJ Mauricio on Friday night. The Jamaican singer first enjoyed signature menu items in the restaurant including filets and sushi before making his way to a VIP booth in the club.

Sean Paul at TAO
Sean Paul At TAO Nightclub

Joined by a group of friends including magician Criss Angel, Sean stood on top of his booth and overlooked the packed dance floor. Later in the night, he jumped on the mic and surprised club-goers with an impromptu performance.

Sean Paul at TAO
Sean Paul Performs

Paul performed his hit songs as the crowd sang and danced along to “Like Glue,” “Gimme the Light,” “Temperature,” “Give It Up To Me” and others.

Sean Paul
Sean Paul

Shortly afterward, Sean was surprised with a three-tier cake topped with a gold chain in celebration of his 40th birthday earlier in month.

Sean Paul With Birthday Cake At TAO
Sean Paul With Birthday Cake

Also at TAO, Chicago Bears player Julius Peppers was spotted at a VIP table, celebrating his 33rd birthday with friends.

Elvis Dumervil of the Denver Broncos also spent his night partying with a small group at a VIP table.

Earlier in the evening, actor and comedian Pauly Shore dined at TAO Asian Bistro with a friend. They enjoyed the Wok Sirloin and Miso Glazed Chilean Sea Bass and let their waiter know that they loved the dishes.

At Marquee Nightclub, singer Jay Sean was spotted with a large group of friends at a set of VIP booths in the club’s main room. The party enjoyed a sweet treat with a special delivery of cupcakes while taking in the sounds of headlining DJ Dirty South.

Thursday at TAO, Dallas Cowboys players Morris Claiborne and Gerald Sensabaugh were spotted partying together with friends at a VIP table on the dance floor. Photo Credit: Brenton Ho, Powers Imagery

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