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Star sightings: Girls night for Gisele Bundchen, John Stamos' charitable birthday

August 20, 2010 |  7:44 pm

Gisele-bundchen-girls-night-out Though she works at being beautiful, every working mom deserves some play time -- so cheers to Gisele Bundchen for recently enjoying a girls night out. 

Earlier this week, Bundchen hit nightspot LAX in Las Vegas with eight female pals, dancing by the DJ booth and sipping Grey Goose cocktails until closing time. She had plenty of time to recoup in the air, hopping a plane to Brazil shortly after clubbing. 

Snoop Dogg was spotted in Sin City this week as well, helping online game Mafia Wars celebrate its 10 millionth visitor. The Dogg, however, didn't do a conventional Champagne toast -- he instead blew up a four-ton armored truck in the middle of the desert. 

A tamer celebration was had back in Southern California, to mark the birthday of actor John Stamos (who recently made a cameo on HBO's "Entourage"). Stamos visited Miller Children's Hospital in Long Beach with "Full House" cohort Dave Coulier, providing Sprinkles cupcakes for kids and staffers. 

Up north in San Francisco, locals and music talent celebrated the Outside Lands Music Festival, where avant-garde songstress Janelle Monae performed a set in the Chase Freedom lounge.

And a quick jump back down south on the map brings us to Orange County, where "Real Housewives" star Gretchen Rossi hit a local stage to ...

... debut her pop single "Revelation" for a captive audience of her gay male fans. The bash, which will appear on the Bravo reality series, was hosted by 

Speaking of live performances -- we've got a future forecast for where some major star sightings will go down: the Entertainment Tonight Emmy After Party, hosted this year at Downtown Los Angeles' Vibiana. Cyndi Lauper will perform for winners and celeb guests alike.

-- Matt Donnelly

Photo: Giselle Bundchen walks the runway for label Che. Credit: Associated Press

Grab your binoculars -- the Ministry has plenty more Star Sightings where these came from.