So There Are Celebrities in Town: A Round-Up of Some Famous Faces on Super Party Circuit

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Woke up this morning to find some last-night souvenirs in the in-box -- some, from the Audi Forum at the Rachofsky House on Preston and Northwest Highway, which the car-maker's taken over for the weekend. Looks like quite the guest list: Justin Timberlake, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Hugh Jackman, Matthew Morrison, Nick Jonas, Cam Newton and Tony Romo. Oh -- and Howard and Cindy Rachofsky. Much more successful than, say, this.

There were other shiny diversions as well -- the Pam Anderson-Willis & Woy Sports Group Dallas SuperBash 2011 at the Fashion Industry Gallery (our slide show here); the PepsiCo Super Bowl Weekend Kickoff Party at the Wyly Theater (in case you wondered whatever became of Lenny Kravitz); a GQ, Cadillac, Lacoste and Patron party at the Hickory Street Annex (attended by Cee-Lo, Pearl Harbor director Michael Bay, Adrian Grenier and the great Brian Baumgartner); a Super Bowl Gospel Celebration 2011 at the Music Hall at Fair Park (emceed by Jesse Jackson); and the Black Eyed Peas party at the Music Hall at Fair Park (where you could find both Oscar-winning Adrien Brody and the apparently omnipresent The Situation).

Erykah Badu was at the Grey Goose lounge in the Design District -- though before or after the Prince debacle, I do not know.

We had folks out and about last night -- so ... lucky? But I culled through the stack of WireImage images and put together a look-back at what you missed. Or didn't. It's like a free issue of People or Alan Peppard's column, without all the unnecessary words.

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