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The Party Crasher - Vanessa Minnillo and Brody Jenner Team Up for “Rally at the Raleigh”

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Brody Jenner and a covered up Vanessa Minnillo co-host Victoria’s Secret PINK-sponsored “Rally at the Raleigh” Wednesday, March 12.
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Normal celeb appearances at the trendy Raleigh pool usually occur after the sun has set, but not Wednesday afternoon, because it’s spring break, baby! A slew of celebs including Vanessa Minnillo, Brody Jenner, Frankie Delgado and models Daniela Pestova and Miranda Kerr headed over for Victoria’s Secret PINK-sponsored “Rally at the Raleigh” pool party to ring in Miami spring break. With Minnillo hosting the majority of the festivities, which included PINK pool games and multiple volleyball sets, Jenner and Delgado greeted scantily-clad ladies, taking full advantage of ogling the spring break attire. Minnillo took a breather from her humble hostess post to check out some of the new Victoria’s Secret PINK threads and mingled with Miami’s DJ Irie and a few admirers. Although the sexy star was not sporting a teeny bikini (which had more than a few guests bummed) she commanded just as much attention from the eager breakers without flaunting her beach bod – although it might have upgraded “Rally at the Raleigh” from being PG-13 event. -- Tracy Block

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