Brooklyn Beckham's Star-Studded B-Day Bash

03/05/2008 at 09:35 AM EST

Brooklyn Beckham's Star-Studded B-Day Bash
Victoria Beckham with her boys, including Cruz dressed as Batman
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His famous father was out of town, but little Brooklyn Beckham still packed in plenty of star-power for his ninth birthday party.

David and Victoria Beckham's eldest son celebrated his big day Tuesday at Century City Mall's Pink Taco restaurant with his mom, brothers and 25 friends – not to mention Heidi Klum and Eva Longoria Parker.

And apparently little brother Cruz, 3 (who attended the party in a Batman costume), isn't the only Beckham with an interest in break dancing. After catching a movie at the mall, Brooklyn and his pals were entertained by a team of dancers busting hip-hop moves.

As his crew – including brothers Cruz and Romeo, 5 – gathered around, Brooklyn blew out the candles on a Cold Stone Creamery ice-cream cake (decorated to match the break-dancing theme), while his mom snapped photos on her digital camera.

Klum's three-year-old daughter, Leni, was the first partygoer to poop out – she was toted out by her supermodel mom at 8 p.m. With bedtime looming, the entire celebration wound down around 8:30.

So where was dad? David – who is traveling Asia with his L.A. Galaxy soccer team – spent Tuesday visiting young leukaemia patients in a Shanghai hospital. He's slated to play an exhibition match Wednesday.
• Reporting by ELAINE ARADILLAS and LISA INGRASSIA

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