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Star Surveillance: Justin Timberlake, Nick and Joe Jonas and Andy Roddick


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Nick Jonas, chef Enzo Febbraro and Joe Jonas at Allegro in Wynn Las Vegas on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013.

‘Runner, Runner’ Premiere At Planet Hollywood

Actress Gemma Arterton and singer/actor Justin Timberlake arrive for the world premiere of the Twentieth Century Fox and New Regency film Launch slideshow »

Nick Jonas’ 21st Birthday at Wynn and Encore

Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas and Kevin Jonas celebrate Nick Jonas’ 21st birthday at XS on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2013, in Encore.

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Nicolas Cage, Carrot Top and Vince Neil are members of the Gold Club.

Superstar Justin Timberlake relaxed before Wednesday night’s premiere of his film “Runner Runner” at Planet Hollywood and his weekend show at the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival at MGM Grand Garden Arena with a visit to Cirque du Soleil’s “Michael Jackson One” at Mandalay Bay. His group danced along to the late King of Pop’s biggest hits.

Backstage beforehand, Justin taught the production team how to properly use the espresso maker when he helped himself to a cup. Justin’s late post-show dinner was at chef Akira Back’s new Japanese restaurant Kumi nearby. Congrats to Akira for being nominated Tuesday as one of America’s Top 20 Social Chefs of the Year.

Nick Jonas continued his 21st birthday celebration at Wynn and Encore with a family dinner, which included brother Joe Jonas, at chef Enzo Febbraro’s Allegro in the Wynn.

Former tennis star and Fox Sports Live co-host Andy Roddick partied at Hyde Bellagio during the weekly industry party Lost Angels on Tuesday night. Roddick, minus wife Brooklyn Decker, arrived after midnight with friends, posed for photographs with fans and partied in a VIP booth.

NHL legend Wayne Gretzky’s son Trevor Gretzky celebrated his 21st birthday with his dad, mom Janet Jones Gretzky and friends at Hyde. Also at Hyde: Brooklyn Nets forward Paul Pierce, who owns a home in Las Vegas, enjoying champagne and tequila magnums delivered via boat.

Actor Nicolas Cage, rocker Vince Neil and comedian Carrot Top wore matching $5,000 gold jackets at an informal lunch meeting at Culinary Dropout, which just celebrated its first anniversary, in the Hard Rock Hotel for their Rat Pack-styled Gold Club.

They were joined by Queen star Roger Taylor, who didn’t purchase a jacket but did go with them to watch Vince’s final rehearsals at the nearby Joint for Motley Crue’s Wednesday night premiere of “Intimate Evening in Hell.”

WBO middleweight champion Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin was spotted at the new hydration-therapy spa Reviv in MGM Grand.

Actor Ben McKenzie (“The O.C.”) celebrated his 35th birthday at Andrea’s in Encore with a group that included Paul Wesley (“The Vampire Diaries”). Also at Andrea’s: Curvy Mexican actress and Televisa host Galilea Montijo.

Grammy-winning drumming legend Mickey Hart of The Grateful Dead celebrated his 70th birthday in Las Vegas and revisited the Mirage’s volcano, for which he created and performed the percussive soundtrack.

R&B star Ray J was at Tacos & Tequila in the Luxor with members of Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s Money Team before partying until 3:30 a.m. at nearby LAX. Rapper Too $hort hosted and performed at LAX.

Former Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula was at the newly opened Carmine’s in the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace to watch — what else? — football with his grandson.

Travis Wall and Friends at Bacchanal Buffet

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Boxer “Sugar” Shane Mosley had 30 guests for brunch at Bacchanal Buffet in Caesars Palace. Bacchanal is celebrating its first anniversary.

Newly signed Washington Wizards star Al Harrington was at Greens and Proteins in Henderson enjoying a wellness shake and an egg white burrito breakfast.

“The Big Bang Theory” actor Simon Helberg stayed at Planet Hollywood over the weekend.

And skateboarding legend Tony Hawk and boxer Zab Judah partied at Surrender in Encore, as did former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kordell Stewart.

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