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Join Cedric Gervais for Some F#$%ing and Dancing With the Stars on December 8

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Yes, suave Frenchman and electronic stud Cedric Gervais is one of Planet Earth's top disc jockeys to the stars, especially the TV types, sports celebs, talking heads, professionally sexy people, and tabloid regulars who totally love to dance during prime time.

He regularly mans the decks as celebutantes and their boytoys pop bottles, shake ass, and rub private parts in the darkest corners of superglossy, $300-a-bottle nightclubs in jetsetting hotspots such as Ibiza, Playa Del Carmen, and Dubai.

Just last week, Cedric laid the soundtrack for Dancing With the Stars castmembers Mark Ballas, Derek Hough, and Cheryl Burke in Las Vegas as they "commanded a VIP table stocked with vodka and tequila," according to luxury lifestyle publication Haute Living, "and Hough took to the dance floor to show off some ballroom moves."

He even served as DJ du jour at Kim Kardashian's recent 31st b-day bash in Vegas. But Gervais isn't just every celebrity's favorite jock. He's also a seriously legit afterhours party starter, holding down residencies in Miami at joints like now-defunct Crobar and the Space Terrace.

Although, when he hits the shores of his adopted hometown again for a live set at the Beach's most celeb-soaked nightclub, the VIP will likely be packed with a nice sampling of those "TV types, sports celebs, talking heads, professionally sexy people, and tabloid regulars."

So arrive ready for some star-fucking. Or at least a little dancing.

Cedric Gervais. Thursday, December 8. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. Call 305-674-4680 or visit livnightclub.com.

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