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Oily Egyptian Princes and Blue-Haired Drag Queens at Winter Party Beach Party

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Is there any better way to spend a debaucherous Sunday than partying half-naked on the white sands of South Beach with 5,000 oily Egyptian princes, tough babes in bikinis, skater boys with boyfriends, tatted-up riot raver chicks, and blue-haired drag queens?

Yesterday, the annual Winter Party Beach Party -- "the gayest event under the sun" as Crossfade correspondent Ily Goyanes described it earlier -- soaked SoBe in sweat and vodka while getting messy to Gaga, Katy Perry, and Ke$ha.

Check the cut for five hot, glistening pics.

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