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Jingle Ball 2010 Gets Katy Perry, Enrique Iglesias, B.O.B. Together for the Holidays

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Miami seemed to be in a post-Basel slump this weekend. Things were eerily quiet.

Still, there was the Y100 Jingle Ball at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise. The annual holiday concert brought together a who's who of chart-toppers including Katy Perry, Enrique Iglesias, Flo Rida, Train, Selana Gomez, Adam Lambert, B.O.B., and more. Yeah, it wasn't exactly the "high-brow" performances you'd see at the Fillmore, but we know you've been secretly singing along to "California Gurls" all summer.

Our sister paper, New Times Broward-Palm Beach, was there to document the concert. Check out a little preview after the jump, and if you can't get enough, check out more Y100 Jingle Ball photos.

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