Kim Kardashian's Halloween Birthday Bash: Superheroes, Sluts, Laidback Luke at LIV Miami

Kim Kardashian has all but moved into her $10-million Miami mansion with Kanye West.

The two have been spotted all around the MIA, fighting photographers and touching each other's asses, though generally escaping the grabby hands of mere peons.

But if you're the kind of "mere peon" who can afford a special Halloween extravaganza at LIV, go get a few handfuls of Kimmy Cakes. Because that's where Miss K is celebrating her happy birthday.

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-Concert Review: Laidback Luke's Super You & Me Takes Over LIV During WMC and Miami Music Week 2012

Who else is invited? Well, obviously ... Superheroes, sluts, Laidback Luke, Oliver Twizt, and Sandro Silva.

It's a Super You & Me party on the actual Happy Halloween date of Wednesday, October 31. So fancy costumes are a must. Don't be afraid to go all out. We're hoping Kanye's "Perfect Bitch" comes in nothing but a cape.

Lately, it seems Kim just can't get enough of LIV. She was just there, dipping it low with Diplo and the yellowest man in wrestling, Hulk Hogan.

You know ... Eating shit sandwiches and body-slammin' chumps, the Hulkster is a superhero in his own right. Maybe you should dress up as him?

If you're tall and old enough, maybe the crowd will confuse you for the real Hogan. You too could climb on stage, rage with Laidback Luke and Kim K., and tear that Hulkamania tank top off your chest.

Or maybe not. But just make sure you come as anything but yourself. Your blogging job is boring.

Kim Kardashian's Halloween Birthday Bash. As part of Super You & Me with Laidback Luke, Sandro Silva, and Oliver Twizt. Wednesday, October 31. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $60 to $90 plus fees via Ages 21 and up. Call 305-674-4680 or visit

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.