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Monday, April 14, 2014 | 3:33 p.m.
Hunky British actor Alex Pettyfer, who stripped down for director Steven Soderbergh’s 2012 male-stripper movie “Magic Mike” alongside Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey, re-created the same hi-jinx while celebrating his 24th birthday at Beacher’s Madhouse not once but twice over the weekend at MGM Grand.
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“It was totally unscripted and unrehearsed,” showman impresario Jeff Beacher told me. “I was totally unprepared for what became one of the wildest nights in the history of the Madhouse — if not the craziest ever.”
Alex, whose credits also include the remake of “Endless Love,” “I Am Number Four,” “Lee Daniels’ The Butler” and “Beastly,” and who is dating Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue stunner and Italian model Marloes Horst, really got into the swing of things when she was unable to celebrate at the MGM Grand club with him.
Jeff was onstage with one of his little people portraying Midget Mike when Alex jumped up to join them. Off came Alex’s shirt “Magic Mike” style, and he sprayed cream all over their chests — and his. Cream wound up on his face as he twerked Jeff’s chest as everyone onstage performed shirtless.
The champagne toasts continued with fishnet stocking-clad blondes and brunettes. Two of those dancers carried in a birthday cake shaped as a corseted female body for Alex (who turned 24 last Thursday), and they wound up being carried through the Madhouse atop his pals, who he flew in from England for the party.
Alex didn’t forget the MIA Marloes, though. The duo posted Instagram messages about how they were unable to be in Las Vegas together for his birthday bash. Alex then added a selfie of her puckering her lips with a caption, “Wish my wifey was here on my bday.”
Incredibly 24 hours later, after Manny Pacquiao’s boxing victory over Timothy Bradley at nearby MGM Grand Garden Arena, Alex was back at Beacher’s for more merriment along with British singer-songwriter Leona Lewis, “Extra” host Mario Lopez with his wife Courtney.
Jeff had a team of his other little people led by Midget Miley over the weekend at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival in Indio, Calif. His Hollywood Madhouse reopens at the Roosevelt Hotel this week now that the Las Vegas venue is up-and-running smoothly since its December opening. The showman will travel between the two clubs in a Beacher’s Madhouse tour bus.
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