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Oprah Winfrey, Minka Kelly, Cuba Godding Jr., Forest Whitaker, and more step out for the Lee Daniels' The Butler L.A. premiere and after party; Lily Collins, Jamie Campbell Bower, Julianne Hough, and a slew of other stars hit the red carpet at the premiere of The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones; Lady Gaga joins the "Drag Race" cast on stage for a show in WeHo—get the rundown on L.A.'s top events from Monday in this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Lou Taylor Pucci, Seth Green and his wife step out with the cast of The Story Of Luke L.A. premiere; Russell Brand teams up with David Lynch to discuss meditation in education at the Hammer Museum; Dawn Olivieri and other celebrities go barefoot in support of TOMS One Day Without Shoes event at their Venice flagship with DJ sets by YACHT; BET's 2013 Upfront event puts Gladys Knight, Chaka Kahn, Kevin Hart, Bill Bellamy, and Lauren London on the same stage—get the scoop on everything that went down Tuesday with this edition of Last Night's Parties.
Alan Tudyk, Seth Green and others honor the best in animation at the Annie Awards; Anne Hathaway, Ben Affleck, Lena Dunham, Steven Spielberg and more attend the Directors Guild of America Awards; Kerry Washington, Samuel L. Jackson and Halle Berry among many more hit the NAACP Image Awards; Jessica Alba and Hugh Jackman walk the red carpet at the premiere of Escape From Planet Earth; Jane Seymour attends the Art Directors Guild Awards; David O. Russell helps honor Jennifer Lawrence at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival—get caught up on the weekend's top events in this installment of Last Night's Parties.
[More added 1/17--check the last slides] With bars open until 4am and politicos ready to party, there will be a lot going on to celebrate Obama's second Inauguration. Even if you missed out on the official ball tickets from the Presidential Inauguration Committee, there are still a lot of events you won't want to miss (in fact, most of the ones here will be better parties, period)! Balls come and go every 4 years, so pay attention to learn what's hot and what's not for 2013.
The Obamas and Bidens have been invited to basically all of the events listed here. They are only obligated to show up to the two official balls but just might pop in when you least expect them to...
The 54th Annual Grammy Awards takes over the Staples Center; Paris Hilton and Afrojack attend EMI's Grammy after party; Tony Bennett and Diana Krall perform at Clive Davis and The Recording Academy's Pre-Grammy Gala; Ne-Yo and Compound Entertainment throw a Pre-Grammy midnight brunch; Kelly Clarkson and John Legend attend Sony Music Group's Grammy Reception at Cecconi's; Bruno Mars performs at Warner Music Group's Grammy Celebration hosted at Chateau; Jay-Z's Roc Nation holds a pre-Grammy brunch at Soho House; MusiCares honors Paul McCartney as person of the year and raises $6.5 million for artists; Cash Money Records holds their 3rd annual pre-Grammy Awards party with Lil Wayne and Drake; Flo-Rida and Pia Toscano rock the house at OK! Magazine's pre-Grammy event—Los Angeles was alive with music this weekend and we've got your inside scoop on all the festivities and the celebrities who attended them in this edition of Last Night's Parties! More»
The Real Housewives were busy supporting fine art and dancing burlesque, Chris Tierney left the hospital and decorated his back brace with Spider-Man stickers to watch the musical that nearly crippled him, Trent Reznor revealed his involvement with The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo and more! This weekend was action packed! More»
It was quality over quantity this long Thanksgiving weekend. Macy's held its 84th annual parade, Justin Bieber signed his new book for 2,000 fans, Spider-Man got stuck mid-air during the Broadway preview and more... More»
L.A.'s social landscape is quite different than NYC's, specifically with respect to the high society world. Instead of galas and balls, we do Oscar after parties. But every so often an old school affair takes the town and brings out L.A.'s version of high society in their black-tie best, like Barbara Davis' Carousel of Hope Ball on Saturday. And apparently our variant of the city's crème de la crème includes folks like Rachel Uchitel. More»
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