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It's being called the "world's first airport club," but the "F*** Me I'm Famous" lounge at Spain's Ibiza Airport is much more than that. It's also likely the first celebrity-themed and celebrity-promoted airport lounge. That celebrity? It's David Guetta, French house music producer and DJ who regularly holds bashes on the party island with the same name as the new airport club.
FMIF at IBZ opened up on July 17 and is actually airside, meaning you've got to be flying in or out of the airport for admittance. Though it seems as though the club will only stick around temporarily to entertain during the summer high season, it's still making history. Is this the future?
After lunching at Le Stresa and attending a private party celebrating Tag Heuer’s 150th anniversary in Paris last week, Leonardo DiCaprio and his girlfriend, model Bar Refaeli, have once again joined their good friends, Naomi Campbell and Vladimir Doronin, on vacation.
This time, the foursome is soaking up the sun in Ibiza, Spain. Leo and Bar spent most of the weekend swimming and sunbathing on the beach. The couple was also spotted doing yoga, which included a reenactment of Leo's famous Titanic pose, and playing backgammon on the patio of their luxurious vacation home.
You couldn't swing an iPod last year without hearing the James Blunt single "You're Beautiful" warbling out of a speaker. The melted-butter voice of Blunt, with his story of a glimpse of a beautiful woman (possibly his ex-girlfriend) on a train may have "one-hit wonder" written all over it, but no one told the artist, who spent last year on the island of Ibiza recording a follow-up.
Despite his soft-rock success, James told Billboard he wrote sophomore record "All the Lost Souls" after coming home from the island's crazy clubs. If the album sells fewer than 11 million copies (the estimated take for debut "Back to Bedlam"), let's hope Spanish tourism doesn't take the hit. That would be just as absurd as Guns 'n' Roses blaming China for the delay on "Chinese Democracy."