Champagne Anyone? Malia Obama Parties With Socialites On An Aspen Mountaintop

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Feb. 21 2017, Updated 8:02 p.m. ET

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Former First Daughter Malia Obama found herself caught in a raging party on an Aspen mountaintop recently.

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On President's Day, the 18-year-old and her socialite friends — including Elizabeth, Zachary, and Holden Tisch, Tassilo von Furstenberg, Brice Lourd, and Audrey Kotick — were enjoying lunch at Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro on Highland Mountain.

At some point, a group of around 100 people at the restaurant started to spray more than 200 bottles of Veuve Clicquot and began dancing on tables, according to the Daily Mail.

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Other patrons recorded videos of the mid-day bash. While Malia stuck to water and stayed inside, she may have been tempted to join the party.

Fashion designer Monique Lhuillier — a favorite of Michelle Obama's — was also in attendance, chaperoning the teenagers. 

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"Spraying off Champagne fireworks with a bunch of marvelous maniacs and Obama's daughter," one person wrote on social media.

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Later that night, Malia went to the nightclub Bootsy Bellows to keep the party going. She flew back to New York City on Monday to return to her internship at The Weinstein Company.

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