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WATERFALLS in Liguanea was the place to be if you wanted to get a taste of what partying in Hollywood with the Jacksons is like.
Shanice Jackson, the birthday girl, was fashionably late for her party, but it took her friends and family no time to get into full swing as they made the party pure fun and games.
The venue was beautifully decorated with red and gold and truly depicted the Hollywood theme.
Several fashion statements were made by Shanice, her family and friends as they entered the venue on the red carpet.
Patrons participated in activities such as cupcake-eating contest, a Just Dance on the Wii console dance contest and there was even a segment for songs to be dedicated to Shanice.
Fun and games aside, the DJ managed to keep everyone entertained with music ranging from Adele to One Direction to Nicki Minaj. It was clear Shanice enjoyed her night as she could not help, but to express her immense joy with smiles.
But even though she was having all this fun, she still made time for the father-daughter dance with Clive Jackson as they slow danced to Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle.
Following that, she listened to all the good wishes and toasts made by her friends and family. They expressed how much they truly cared for and the loved her.
Of course, the party couldn't end without everyone hitting the dance floor and partying the night away in true Hollywood style.
Shanice Jackson (right) makes an entrance on the arms of
Nicholas Peterson, her escort for the evening.
Party-goers compete in cupcake-eating (above) and Just
Dance Wii (inset) contests during the course of the party.
Shanice dances with her father, Clive Jackson,
to Butterfly Kisses by Bob Carlisle.
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