Jessie J

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Jessie J throws one helluva concert!

The "Domino" singer was in Hollywood last night where she played a sold-out show at music hot spot The Roxy.

And guess which superstar boy band was in the audience rocking out to all of her jams? Could it be One Direction? Or Big Time Rush? How about The Wanted? Read on to find out...

It was her fellow Brits from The Wanted who were there to cheer Jessie on.

All five guys—Max George, Jay McGuiness, Siva Kaneswaran, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes—rolled into the VIP area around 9 p.m. and grabbed drinks at their private table as they chatted with friends and gal pals. "At the Roxy to support our girl @jessiejofficial," they tweeted. "Can't wait to see her kill it!"

The boys danced to some of Jessie's songs including "Do It Like a Dude." Meanwhile, Jessie rocked the house in high-waisted jeans shorts and a Mario Brothers T-shirt. "These jeans are so tight!" she joked.

And get this—she never once left the stage during her 90-minute set! In between belting out songs and dancing, Jessie chatted with fans in the audience, even inviting dozens onstage to dance alongside her as she closed the show with her hit song "Domino." Talk about a good time!

In other celebrity sightings...

Revenge castmates Joshua Bowman, Emily VanCamp, Ashley Madekwe and Gabriel Mann partied together at Beacher's Madhouse in Hollywood.

Steven Tyler stopped by Chaya Brasserie in Beverly Hills for dessert and tea.

Kevin Connolly and hit L.A. hot spot Agency with a large group of friends.

Lana Del Rey enjoyed a night out at Smoke and Mirrors at The Standard in West Hollywood.

Dallas hunkster Jesse Metcalfe had an early morning workout at Equinox in West Hollywood.

U2 frontman Bono dined with pals and posed for pics with fans at Max Brenner eatery in Tel Aviv.

—Additional reporting by Melanie Bromley

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