Justin Bieber, Heat

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Poor Justin Bieber.

While his fellow musicians Drake and Timbaland were throwing down until dawn with LeBron James and the other members of the Miami Heat at the team's victory bash Thursday night in South Beach, E! News has learned exclusively that the teen heartthrob was left out in the cold.

A source tells E! News that the 19-year-old Bieber had requested to join the celebration at Club Story, but because he's underage both club management and the Heat flat-out told him no way.

That's too bad because we can report Justin missed out on quite a lavish affair.

After popping what we're told were more than 100 bottles of rare magnum bottles of Moët Ice Impérial champagne in the locker room, King James and his comrades made their way over to Story where LeBron was the first to arrive around 3:30 a.m. followed shortly by Dwyane Wade.

There, the partygoers popped another 100 bottles of Dom Perignon Luminous, which cost over $100,000. A bit later, team president Pat Riley showed up and made his way to the dance floor where he partied alongside James and Wade.

Despite being denied entry into the Miami Heat locker room, Drake had no issue getting into the afterparty where he hung out with his buddy, LeBron. The rapper later had the club going nuts when he performed his hit, "Started From the Bottom." As for Timbaland, the legendary producer spun some booty-shaking tunes of his own.

"Everyone was having a terrific night celebrating," an onlooker tells E! News. "This was a family night, so nothing too crazy happened, but it was truly a night for celebrating."

The players had food from Prime 112 delivered to their tables around 4:30 a.m. and Lebron and Dwyane were seen eating fried chicken and waffles.

The party was said to have gone on until 7 a.m. You can watch footage of LeBron gettin' down here.

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