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Sidekick Attracts the Sidekicks

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What could get Paris AND Nicole to attend the same party? Us Weekly cover-girl appreciation day? George Clooney casting for a new film about heroin? Or was it such a huge event that if you didn't show up nobody would notice? T-Mobile Sidekick threw a bash at the Hollywood Palladium that Mischa, Jessica Simpson, the Duff girls, Travis Barker, Christina Milan, Taryn Manning, and Rachel Bilson waltzed into. Ten bucks they all walked out with new 'kicks.

Speaking of Travis Barker, the former Blink-182 dummer earlier appeared on the Jimmy Kimmel Show a few blocks away, where he played a 4x4 beat for B-Real, who performed an amazingly awkward version of "Insane in the Brain" without any of the other homies of Cypress Hill. Kimmel kept saying that they were a last-minute replacement for DJ Quik, who had been struck by some fruit at a recent show in LA. Developing...

Oh wait, speaking of Travis Barker, the Holmby Hills crib he shared with his knock-out wife and lil kids (including that adorably mohawked son) is on the market. Thanks to Curbed LA's super-hot Marrissa Gluck, we now know that 8 bedroom mansion will only set you back $9.5 million. Blink sold THAT many records?

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And here we remember when a mansion in that neighborhood with acres of land only cost $1 milliion.

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