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Omnia Nightclub celebrated its grand opening at Caesars Palace last Friday and Saturday with supermodel Naomi Campbell on the decks, P. Diddy challenging a guest to a dance off and celebrities galore.
The festivities started on Friday when Campbell took over the turntables at Heart of Omnia, the lounge next to Omnia. The Brit wore a white Givenchy coat over a flirty Burberry dress and thigh-high black leather boots in a nod to her runway style. DJ Ruckus, dubbed "the most sought after DJ in the world" by GQ magazine, made the introductions and even jumped in the deejay booth with her.
Chefs Brian Malarkey and Gordon Ramsay were both on hand, as was resident deejay Calvin Harris, who had the main club dancing to his hits including "Feel So Close," "Blame" and many more.
Then on Saturday, another group of celebrities invaded the nightclub. Rapper P. Diddy, actress Sarah Hyland and more helped break in the nightclub.
Teen Wolf star Holland Roden partied there with a group of friends. Modern Family star Hyland too with a group of friends. But the big star of the night was Diddy, who sat at a VIP table in the main room. He even got on the mic and sang along to a couple of tracks courtesy of DJ Chuckie.
But the biggest moment of the night came when he challenged a guest to a dance battle. The two went head-to-head showing off their best moves as thousands of fans cheered for the winner. Diddy crowned his opponent the winner.