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How Joe Jonas, Snoop Dogg and more spent Memorial Day weekend in Las Vegas

Puff Daddy performed at Life Nightclub on Saturday night and sang "It's All About the Benjamins"

More celebrities, more music and more fun took over Las Vegas at the midway point of the Memorial Day weekend.

Singer Joe Jonas kicked off Saturday night in Las Vegas with a deejay set at Hyde Bellagio. The staff greeted the Jonas Brother with flashing lights and giant letters spelling out “J-O-E.” UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier and a group of friends were also at the nightclub.

Earlier on Saturday, Jonas made a special appearance at Foxtail Pool Club to check out deejay R3hab.

Hip-hop artist Wale performed at Chateau Nightclub & Rooftop at Paris Las Vegas. The artist performed his hits such as “Lotus Flower Bomb” and “Chillin’.”

Three-time Grammy Award-winning artist Puff Daddy performed at Life Nightclub inside SLS Las Vegas on Saturday night, singing “It’s All About the Benjamins” and “Mo Money Mo Problems.” He then led the club in singing “Happy Birthday,” in honor of rapper Biggie Smalls. Puff Daddy’s son even joined him in the deejay booth, where the duo danced together.

Over at Tao Beach at the Venetian, Brody Jenner and William Lifestyle hit the decks. Jenner’s mother Linda Thompson took photos of her son in the deejay booth. Comedian Kevin Hart joined the party with his fiancé Eniko Parrish and even did a few minutes of his standup routine.  Later San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick joined Hart in his cabana, and singer Fabolous stopped by.

Hart spent his Saturday night in Las Vegas at Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas with his fiancé, Fabolous and Taraji P Henson.

Snoop Dogg capped off Saturday night with his Snoopadelic Cabaret at Tao Nightclub at the Venetian. He was joined in the deejay booth by Wiz Khalifa for a selfie and the two of them performed their hit “Young, Wild & Free.”

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