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Cameron Diaz, Benji Madden, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden

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Reunited and it feels so good!

After spending some time in Australia to work on The Voice, Benji Madden and his ladylove Cameron Diaz reunited on Saturday night for a star-studded triple date in Hollywood.

The newlyweds joined fellow famous married couples Nicole Richie and Joel Madden and Jessica Alba and Cash Warren for a celebration in honor of celebrity stylist Simone Harouche's birthday at popular Los Angeles hot spot Nice Guy restaurant.

Prior to her hubby's return, Cameron was staying busy with numerous events and nights out with her gal-pals (while enjoying Benji's Instagram photos dedicated to his wife, of course).

At some point last week, Diaz went to dinner at Mozza in Hollywood with a girlfriend, and while sitting at the bar and enjoying some red wine, the actress got hit on by some guy at the restaurant (watch out, Benji!).

There were two guys sitting next to them chatting them up, an eyewitness tells E! News, adding that it was "amazing watching them trying to spit game at Cameron, I was thinking 'buddy, it ain't happening.' They did talk for a bit, the guys must've been loving it."

On Thursday night, the blond bombshell reunited with her The Other Woman co-stars Kate Upton and Leslie Mann along with bestie Drew Barrymore and two other friends for dinner at Marvin French Bistro. According to an insider, the star-studded group arrived around 7 p.m. and all left together at 8:45 p.m.

"They all seemed to be having a great time, laughing at one another getting in the car. They had a seat right by the from window and through out the meal the group was seen laughing a lot. It looked like a girls night out—everyone having a relaxing and fun time," the source tells E! News.

And Thursday turned out to be quite the eventful night, because Cameron and the group also attended Largo at the Coronet where director Judd Apatow was putting on a charity comedy event to raise money for 826LA.

826LA is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write. Their services are structured around the understanding that great leaps in learning can happen with one-on-one attention, and that strong writing skills are fundamental to future success.

—Additional reporting by Michelle Falls and Sara Kitnick