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Spike TV Throws a Playboy Mansion Bash
Going to the Playboy Mansion is like watching an episode of HBO's Entourage. You walk in and there are celebrities everywhere, almost like they are extras to your party going experience. McLovin' is chilling with the two girls of Superbad, Tila Tequila is hanging out by the sushi table, Jeremy Piven is chatting by the pool, Anna Ferris is waiting in line to use the bathroom, Obama Girl is relaxing on a couch and the list goes on.
Last Friday Spike TV threw a Playboy Mansion party after their 2nd Annual Guys Choice Awards, which airs on June 22. Hugh Hefner, along with "The Girls Next Door," Steve Carell, David Duchovny, Harrison Ford, Jenny McCarthy, Adam Sandler (part of the Salute to Troops campaign) Eva Mendes, Marisa Miller, Matt Damon, Cameron Diaz and many others were featured on the show that gave out such awards like sports play of the year (Matt Holliday or David Tyree?), being the better Eva (Longoria or Mendes?) and for being so hot, it's the reason they're famous (Tila Tequila or Kim Kardashian?). By the end of the ceremony, it was time to party and Hugh and the bunnies were waiting...
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