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Hollywood is a small town, so bumping into your ex is bound to happen. Especially if you're both famous. On Saturday, Katy Perry and ex Orlando Bloom attended the same party at the Peppermint Club—the 40th birthday bash of jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer. Fellow guest Erin Foster posted an Instagram Stories video showing the two chatting. Other celebs spotted at the party included Sara Foster, Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux, her friend and Friends alum Courteney Cox, Jessica Alba and husband Cash Warren, Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore and Nicole Richie, and Dakota Johnson and Giovanni Ribisi—who left together. They are friends and not involved »
The pop singer and her actor ex-boyfriend were photographed arriving separately to the Peppermint club in West Hollywood, California, both attending jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer's star-studded 40th birthday party.
Meyer, who separated in October from actor Tobey Maguire after nine years of marriage, had quite the guest list at her big bash, including Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux, who came with Aniston's Bff, Courtney Cox.
"I went out on a Saturday night and lo and behold, some of my best girls had up and done the same," the [link=tt »
Gwyneth Paltrow commemorated her ladies’ night out in West Hollywood with a smiley friend photo on Saturday night.
“I went out on a Saturday night and lo and behold, some of my best girls had up and done the same #happy40thJM ,” the actress, 44, captioned her photo with pals including bespectacled Demi Moore, Sara Foster and birthday girl Jennifer Meyer, who the beauties were celebrating.
After partying in Indio, California last weekend for »
- Katherine Richter
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