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The Party Crasher - Jamie Foxx Celebrates 40 Years at Cameo

Jamie Foxx celebrated his 40th like a stud on Friday, December 14 at Cameo.

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Ex-Mansion fanatic Jamie Foxx headed to SoFla this past weekend to kick things into gear as the Oscar-winning star moved a bit further up the hill. The actor headed to Cameo and Vice Friday night to ring in the good ‘ol forties with live singing and dancing amongst a weekend crowd of club hoppers. The fiesta lasted until the early morning hours and Foxx partied with a group of sexy ladies and go-getters who obviously denoted the existence of any mid-life crises. Who said life went downhill after your thirties? Foxx was definitely partying it up with good company, although we’re not sure of his late night antics, which may or may not have included some bed-bumpin’ booty callin’ with a number of SoBe sex kittens. Party on, you Foxx, you. -- Tracy Block

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