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Nikki Reed celebrates her 24th birthday with her brother Nathan Reed, left, and husband Paul McDonald at Marquee Dayclub in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Saturday, May 19, 2012.
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Nikki Reed's 24th Birthday at Marquee Dayclub

“Twilight” actress Nikki Reed celebrated her 24th birthday at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and was joined by her newlywed husband “American Idol” Season 10 contestant Paul McDonald, her brother Nathan Reed, actress Alexa Vega and other friends.

The actress, a vegan, enjoyed summer salads, veggie “sushi” rolls and a vegan chocolate cake from Red Velvet Café, along with a giant blow-up birthday cake and a processional led by a flag-waving Marquee cocktail waitress. She passed out slices of the cake to partygoers in nearby cabanas.

While in town, Nikki also dined at Tao in the Venetian and partied at Marquee Nightclub, where, as we previously reported, singer Chris Brown, partying with girlfriend Karrueche Tran, joined DJ Benny Benassi onstage to perform two songs. Also at Marquee separately, singer Taio Cruz and actress Emmanuelle Chriqui.

Chris and Taio were in town for the 2012 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday.

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