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Miguel, with girlfriend Nazanin Mandi, performs at Hyde Bellagio


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Miguel, with Nazanin Mandi, arrives at Hyde Bellagio on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014.

Miguel at Hyde Bellagio

Miguel performs at Hyde Bellagio on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2014. Launch slideshow »

Grammy Award-winning R&B singer-songwriter and producer Miguel hosted and performed at Hyde Bellagio on Saturday night. Miguel arrived at the Bellagio Fountains-side nightspot shortly after midnight alongside model and actress girlfriend Nazanin Mandi, who was celebrating her birthday this Labor Day Weekend.

The couple took to the red carpet in style, with Miguel sporting an all-black ensemble, while Mandi donned a sexy, low-cut white halter dress. The duo posed for photographers and waved to fans before heading inside with their group of friends.

Earlier in the night, Miguel invited fans to join him for his set at Hyde Bellagio, tweeting, “If you’re in Las Vegas, this sh*t gonna wild tonight,” along with his concert poster. (Who doesn’t want this sh*t to get wild?)

Once inside the hotspot, the group made their way to a VIP booth overlooking the dance floor where they were welcomed by Hyde’s performance artists holding up signs spelling out “M-I-G-U-E-L”. The DJ announced, “Everyone make some noise for Miguel!” as partygoers went wild.

After mingling with friends and fans, Miguel took center stage to give clubgoers a show. As he appeared in the DJ booth, hundreds of fans gathered around as the crooner encouraged the crowd to wave theirs arms and sing along. Miguel performed several of his hits, including “Sure Thing,” “How Many Drinks?” and “Adorn.”

After his first song, all eyes were on birthday girl Mandi as Miguel paused his mini-set to lead the club in a heartfelt toast, serenading her with a soulful rendition of “Happy Birthday” before continuing the rest of his performance.

Miguel closed his show by thanking fans before returning to his VIP table for a night of bottle service, dancing and birthday celebrations. DJ Eric D-Lux took to the turntables to spin beats that kept the party going into the wee hours of the morning.

Thanks to David Becker of WireImage for his photo gallery of Miguel.

Don Chareunsy is senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.

Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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