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Photos: Laura Prepon celebrates 32nd birthday at Pure in Caesars Palace

Laura Prepon hosts at Pure in Caesars Palace on Friday, March 9, 2012.
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Laura Prepon Celebrates 32nd Birthday at Pure

Actress Laura Prepon, star of the new NBC sitcom “Are You There, Chelsea?” and widely known as Donna Pinciotti from “That ’70s Show,” celebrated her 32nd birthday at Pure in Caesars Palace on Friday evening.

Prepon, in a black-and-gold sequined dress, began her night out in Las Vegas with dinner at Social House at CityCenter’s Crystals with 15 of her friends, and the group dined on an assortment of sashimi and sushi.

After dinner, Prepon posed on the red carpet at Pure, where a few fans even yelled, “We love you, Donna!” in reference to her character on the long-running sitcom that also starred Topher Grace, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson and Wilmer Valderrama.

Shortly after Prepon and her group made their way to a VIP booth in the nightclub, she began signing autographs and posting for photographs with fans. Later in the evening, confetti rained on Pure as resident DJ Eric D-Lux wished Prepon a “Happy Birthday.” She was then presented with a cake in the shape of a UFC octagon topped with poker playing cards and dice, two of her passions.

Partygoers and her friends sang “Happy Birthday,” and Prepon remained front and center during the evening to mingle with her fans. The group enjoyed cocktails and danced until the early hours of the morning.

Thanks to Erik Kabik for his photo gallery.

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