Prediction: Jamie Foxx Will Blame New Year's Eve Absurdity on the Alcohol

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It's unlikely Jamie Foxx will come anywhere close to matching the absurd spectacle that Lady Gaga brought to the Fontainebleau last year with her overloaded smoke machines and one-thousand pounds of glitter.

So expect the Oscar and Grammy winner to keep things a little more dignified. Think an upscale, mature-and-sexy evening of suits, ties, designer sunglasses, and champagne toasts.

Then again, after two hours of open bar, Jamie just might slip on a meat dress and give Lady Gaga a run for her money.

We can already hear all those scantily clad bimbos and their Ed Hardy-wearing boyfriends singing in unison, glasses in the air: "Blame it on the Goose, got you feeling loose/Blame it on the Patron, got you in the zone/Blame it on the A-a-a-alcohol!"

Jamie Foxx. With Kaskade, DJ MOS, and David Berrie. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. The party begins at 9 p.m., and tickets cost $425 to $10,000 via fbnye.snaptickets.com. Call 305-674-4680 or livnightclub.com.

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