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Saturday night's Paparazzi For The People is all about you, and you and you

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Celebrating the celebrity in everybody, Paparazzi For The People is back at Beauty Bar once again, for a Saturday night throwdown of bright lights and plenty of opportunities to smile for the camera. DJs Amen and El Supremo will be tag-teaming the decks, running four turntables together for the entire evening.

Party producer Firelily says there has been a hiatus or two for Paparazzi events since the concept's initial inception in 2006, mostly because the creative juice just wasn't flowing. "With the way I work, I have to be inspired," says the coordinator. "It's not like I just think hey, let's have a party."

After the first Paparazzi For The People at Rockbar almost five years ago, Firelily continued to pursue other projects, until Beauty Bar came along. After she threw a very successful birthday party at the new bar, Marsh and Beauty Bar's owners hit it off, and she brought her everybody-is-VIP shindig back to life at the glittery venue a few months ago.

Along with the DJs, Paparazzi For The People's resident photographer Sara Ford will be on hand to snap party portraits, with the help of special guest photog Ryan Bilawsky. Going down this Saturday, April 23 at 10 p.m., this dance party is $5 and open to those 21 and up.

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