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Miley Cyrus partied with One Direction at her 21st birthday bash

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The boy band - which includes Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Liam Payne and Niall Horan - joined the 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker at Beacher's Madhouse in Los Angeles after appearing at the American Music Awards.

Miley - who reached the milestone age on November 23 - hired dwarfs to recreate her iconic twerking performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, she had a mini-Miley for the guests to have fun with and a naked marzipan model of herself on her birthday cake with cannabis leaves covering her modesty.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "Miley rented out the entire club and hired out a team of party planners.

"She asked One Direction along and they arrived after the AMAs. It was full-on madness, with mini-Miley, dancing pandas, twerking ladies doing the splits and Miley inspired cocktails.

"Miley is friends with club owner Jeff Beach and basically anything she wanted on the right, she got."

Guests also included Calvin Harris, Kelly Osbourne, Amber Rose and her husband Wiz Khalifa, Tyler and The Creator.

After the bash Calvin publicly thanked 1D's Liam from saving hit from being hit by a "flying" dwarf.
The DJ tweeted: "Big thank you to @Real_Liam_Payne for saving me from getting KO'd by a flying 'person of unusually short stature' tonight (sic)"

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