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The great and the good of the dance music world decamped to Miami last week for the annual music conference.
As is to be expected, there were plenty of thrills, spills and pool party shenanigans and we round up the best of the goss in one easily digestible nugget of a news story.
Like a wasp at a picnic, wherever there's dance music these days, there seems to be socialite and hotel heiress, Paris Hilton. Paris was hot on the heels of boyfriend, Afrojack all week taking in pool party after pool party with the Daily Mail focusing most of their attention on her, er, seemingly endless combinations of bikinis and maxi dresses.
Afrojack then reeled in some famous friends for his set at Mansion, with David Guetta, Steve Aoki and Laidback Luke helping him with the tune selection.
Elsewhere, Madonna popped up seemingly keen on letting people know she's still down with the kids by introducing Avicii on stage at Ultra Music Festival and hanging out behind the decks throughout his set.
Away from the endless stream of pool parties, a slew of the world's biggest DJ talent took some time out for a game of footie. The Netherlands, captained by Tiësto took on Sweden, captained by Sebastian Ingrosso.
Lining up alongside Tiësto were Afrojack, Sunnery & Ryan, Nicky Romero and Quintino while the Swedes boasted the likes of Alesso, AN21, Otto Knows, Adrian Lux, and Dada Life's Olle and Stefan.
After a hard fought battle it ended at 13-11 to the Dutch with all the team's jerseys being auctioned off for AIDS charity RED.
P Diddy (or is it just Diddy now? We can't quite keep up) was spotted at the Circoloco party before taking everyone back to his pad where The Wire's Idris Elba partied behind the decks.
Diddy ran around blowing a whistle entertaining guests including Simian Mobile Disco, Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler.
Back at Ultra, Justice triumphed on the main stage, Fatboy Slim showed you don't necessarily need youth and alcohol to look like you're having the time of your life and dubstep further cemented its stronghold in the US with Skream, Benga and Skrillex all reeling in massive crowds.