Magic Johnson Gay Son Earvin Johnson III Parties With Miley Cyrus, PHOTO With Star Of 'The Rich Kids of Beverly Hills'
Magic Johnson's openly gay son Earvin Johnson III was spotted partying with Miley Cyrus in a nightclub over the weekend.
The budding reality star was photographed with the We Cant Stop singer at 1Oak in New York City. Johnson's friend Andrew Warren shared a picture of the trio on his Instagram account. "Insane crew at oak @ej_antoinette @mileycyrus #clique," he captioned it.
An eyewitness later confirmed the outing to Radar Online.
"Miley and EJ were at 1OAK... Miley was drinking alcohol in the club," said the source, who revealed that Lindsay Lohan was also in the Manhattan venue that night.
"Lindsay Lohan was at a nearby table and came running over to Miley's table. The girls started giggling and whispering," the onlooker shared. "They made several trips to the bathroom together and then left out a back exit, so they wouldn't be spotted by the paparazzi."
Magic revealed that his son will be starring in an upcoming reality show, The Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, during a recent appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show.
"Four or five TV stations have called. They wanna build shows around him. And he's getting all this incredible support," Magic said. "And I wanna thank everybody because you know it was tough for him because he has to make that decision that he wanted to share with the world."
Earvin briefly discussed the show during an interview on E!'s Fashion Police.
"Um, yes, I'm working on something with E! right now. You'll see me doing the absolute most with all my crazy friends and stuff like that," Earvin said. "I'm definitely coming up in the entertainment world, definitely a talk show down the line, is my ultimate goal and you know dabbling in fashion and entertainment."
E! News picked up eight episodes of Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, which will follow five rich twenty-somethings, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It is being billed as the 1995 movie Clueless with a modern makeover. In addition to Johnson, it will also star billionaire heir Dorothy Wang, Morgan Stewart and her boyfriend Brendan Fitzpatrick, Roxy Sowlaty and Johnny Drubel.
"These kids are larger than life personalities who are charismatic, shockingly wealthy and born into lifestyles that are outrageously spectacular," E! Programming and Development Executive VP Jeff Olde told The Hollywood Reporter.
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