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Where the celebrities partied in Las Vegas this weekend

Vassy, Richard Sherman and The Original Wailers were all spotted in Las Vegas

The pool parties in Las Vegas were the place to find the celebrities over the weekend.

At the Ditch Fridays party at the Palms Pool, singer Vassy performed some of her hits while electronic dance music deejay Dave Aude took over the turntables.

Bodybuilder Jeff Seid celebrated his 21st birthday at the dayclub, which presented him with a three-tier fitness-inspired cake.

Over at Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman partied with eight pals on Saturday. The NFL player sat near the deejay table and even stopped in the gaming pavilion to play blackjack.

On Friday night, Sherman partied with Seahawks' strong safety Kam Chancellor, Golden Tate of the Detroit Lions and former NFL pro Sidney Rice at Marquee at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas where Cash Cash headlined in the main room.

Reggae group The Original Wailers performed at Foxtail Pool Club at SLS Las Vegas as part of their 2015 International Tour. The group performed Bob Marley hits including “Buffalo Soldier,” “One Love,” “Jammin” and “Stir It Up.”

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