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Beyoncé and Jay Z’s $100K champagne party

Beyoncé and Jay Z’s $100K champagne party

$100K PARTY: Jay-Z and Beyonce are pictured before the start of an NBA basketball game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Clippers in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Nov. 21. Photo: Associated Press/Sue Ogrocki

Beyoncé and Jay Z helped to spread a little festive cheer among party goers at an Atlanta nightclub on Friday by spending almost $100,000 on champagne for the crowd.

The superstar couple headed to Club Reign after the hip-hop mogul’s concert at the city’s Philips Arena to dance the night away with famous friends, including producer The-Dream, Jermaine Dupri, singer Trey Songz, and rappers Young Jeezy and Bow Wow.

They splurged on bottles of Ace of Spades bubbly and D’usse cognac, which Jay Z promotes, and shared out the alcohol with the entire VIP section, according to TMZ.com.

Amateur video footage of the couple also shows Beyoncé and Jay Z laughing and dancing to their new single “Drunk In Love” after it is blasted over the speaker system at the club.

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