Usher is one lonely guy.
"I'm looking for a #GoodKisser this New Year's Eve," the lover boy announces on his Facebook page.
Sure, he may be looking for that special lady (or ladies) to lock lips with on the 31st, but how exactly can one find "Love in This Club?"
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By ringing in 2015 with R&B's sexiest artist alongside some of the sexiest party people in the 305 at one of the Magic City's sexiest nightclubs, E11even Miami, of course.
That's exactly where you'll find the platinum-selling megastar this Wednesday as he gets the crowd juiced up for the New Year countdown with DJ Irie and "choreographed go-go dancers."
Sure, E11even may be his NYE party of choice, but Usher Raymond is no stranger to the 305.
In fact, the ultra-smooth slow-jammer made national headlines during this year's Art Basel Miami Beach where he charged his iPhone in a woman's vajayjay.
Days later, he made thousands of hot and heavy screaming ladies melt at the American Airlines Arena as part of his UR Experience Tour. Now, he's back for some NYE action.
And from the looks of it, Mr. Raymond will be having a pretty successful 2015.
Although a release date has yet to be confirmed, the Grammy Award-winning singer is putting the finishing touches on his eighth studio album, UR, which will feature musical collabs with Nicki Minaj, Drake, Ed Sheeran, and Skrillex, to name a few.
Music aside, Mr. Raymond will also be playing the role of boxer Sugar Ray Leonard in the upcoming biopic film, Hands of Stone, set to hit the big screen in 2015.
For now, though, you can give the Big Ush some company and toast to a sexy New Year at E11even.
Usher. With DJ Irie, open bar, and passed hors d'oeuvres from 9 to 11 p.m., and a champagne toast at midnight. Wednesday, December 31. E11even Miami, 29 NE 11th St., Miami. The NYE celebration kicks off at 7 p.m. and tickets start at $100 for ladies and $200 for men plus fees via 11miami.com. Call 305-305-6611, or visit 11miami.com. Ages 21 and up.
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