The internet nearly melted down when Calvin Harris and Nicole Scherzinger were spotted at Tape Nightclub last week.
After a recent (and public) breakup with Taylor Swift, the sighting predictably started a flurry of relationship rumors. Could it be that the Scottish DJ and former Pussycat Doll are an item?
Not so fast, says HollywoodLife.com. Citing an unnamed source, the rag claims "Nicole and Calvin are not serious whatsoever. They are both using their recent hangout as an opportunity."
Even with that, online chatter persists. Harris and Scherzinger have been spotted together all over London, fueling speculation. Regardless of whether they are just friends or something more, these two are definitely having a great time. It just goes to know who you may run into when you book VIP tables and bottle service at Tape London.
Just days after strutting down the Christian Dior cruise 2017 runway, model Bella Hadid was seen at London's Cirque Le Soir nightclub on Thursday morning.
The sought-after 19 year old was not alone, as she partied the night (and early morning) away with musician boyfriend The Weeknd. The two were spotted leaving the trendy nightclub around 3 am on Thursday morning.
Best known for number-one hits like "The Hills" and "Can't Feel My Face," The Weeknd has not only dominated the Grammy Awards, but was also nominated for an Oscar earlier this year. The couple has been dating for a year.
Bella looked incredible, sporting a white, high-necked top under a black leather coat. The monochrome look seemed to get the attention of everybody at the club, including the photographers ready to get the exclusive pictures.
Cirque Le Soir calls itself the "Greatest Show on Earth," and with Bella Hadid and The Weeknd there, it's easy to see why.
Proving once again that you're never too old to go clubbing, a septuagenarian couple was spotted having the time of their lives at Fabric Nightclub.
Clubbers were shocked when they were joined by a Polish couple in their 70s. At first, DJ Hansen worried the two may be lost. "I was downstairs just opening and I saw her on her crutches going slowly down the stairs. I thought they were lost."
As it turns out, the pair had purchased tickets online in Poland after reading a club review in the newspaper. Although the couple didn't speak much English, they kept in good spirits, had a few drinks and partied all through the night. In fact, they didn't leave until 5 am, outlasting a lot of the much younger party goers.
"I ran down to welcome them to the club," explained DJ Hansen to the Evening Standard. "I said 'it's amazing you're here' and gave them a drink. They had two tequila shots and she gave me a high five."
"They wanted to join in the party; they weren't interested in upstairs."
We can only hope we're that cool when we're in our 70s.
London's nightlife scene is about to get a little smaller. In a recent Facebook post that sent shockwaves across the industry, Dalston basement club Dance Tunnel revealed that they will be closing their doors in in August.
Originally opened in November 2012, this 220-capacity nightclub has built a reputation for packing in punters and hosting some of the world's most popular DJs. Located beneath Voodoo Ray's pizza shop on Kingsland High Street, Dance Tunnel helped popularize the basement club movement and still remains one of London's favorite haunts.
Despite being popular, keeping such a small venue afloat has proven to be a financial headache for the owners. Dan Beaumont explains: "With a club that's small with the calibre of artists playing that we want and keeping the door affordable within the licensed hours, the margins are pretty tight.
"We discovered that early on. So a lot of Dance Tunnel's life has been trying to make it work in very tight parameters."
The response from the loyal fans and DJs have been swift. Disclosure tweeted his condolences, noting that he "had some good times at that spot!" Oliver Jones agreed: "Thanks for everything guys! Had some special moments in there." Some fans have even started a petition calling for the club to be "saved." It currently has over 5,000 signatures.
"It's heart-breaking," Beaumont said. "I think we've let people down by not being able to continue and also very humbling and it's amazing that there are so many people that care about our place as much as we do.
"If anything, it's given us a big impetus to try and do something even better and continue in a similar form.
"People have been in touch about meeting future husbands, wives, boyfriends, girlfriends, memories they've had about artists they've seen for the first time, and you realise these are magical places for people. It's quite overwhelming to be hearing all of that."
While nothing is set in stone, the trio behind Dance Tunnel are considering a new venue elsewhere in the capital. "We'd like to be able to take a deep breath and take a look at some other options so we can try to deliver something without so many compromises."
After becoming the sixth person evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house, Jeremy McConnel didn't have time to feel bad. Forget the sting of defeat, because Jeremy held his head high and hit the London party scene.
The 25 year old tattoo model's trip included indulging in one of the city's most exclusive clubs, DSTRKT Nightclub. The Daily Mail reports that he wore a "perilously plunging vest top underneath the jacket -- clearly not feeling the winter chill."
Rumors persist that Channel 5 is plotting a spin-off featuring Jeremy McConnel and Stephanie Davis, however the Big Brother evictee didn't have time to address those rumblings. Instead he danced the night away at one of London's top clubs.
Clearly a man with the right priorities.
After months of hype, Hydeout Nightclub is set to launch on January 29.
Located in Watford, this eagerly anticipated hotspot will offer three themed rooms and hold up to 1,200 people. Branded the "quirkiest and most unique event space in Hertfordshire," Hydeout Nightclub promises top-name DJs and mesmerizing performance art.
It all kicks off on January 29th, when you can walk the red carpet at the hottest grand opening of the year. One day later, Kiss FM resident DJ Steve Smart takes control at the Play Haus party. Monday, February 1st, brings Watford's hottest new student night. Moving forward, Hydeout will be open Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays, with admission starting from £5.