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Thursday, February 09, 2006

Clive Davis Pre-Grammy Party

As reported by Roger Friedman with FOX News:

"Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammy extravaganza is the hottest ticket of the year in Hollywood, perhaps eclipsing Vanity Fair’s Oscar party.

Once inside the ballroom, it was clear that whatever dinner was being served was not being eaten too intently by anyone. The 900 or so guests were so busy socializing and taking pictures that there was no time to eat a morsel.

The cocktail hour was chaotic and packed, with folks like Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry making slow progress through a sea of record execs and producers.
There was an area of hip-hop types in the front, including Jay Z and Beyonce, Chris Brown and Mary J. Blige.Next to that table: Carlos Santana, Sheryl Crow, Aerosmith’s Tyler and Perry and Rob Thomas with wife Marisol and manager Michael Lippman. Jamie Foxx’s group took up a table, and Randy Jackson was right next door with Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and three lovelies: Gabrielle Union, Sanaa Lathan and Regina Hall.

There was a big "American Idol" presence with Fantasia, Kelly Clarkson, Bo Bice, Mario Vazquez and Carrie Underwood all in attendance. Diana Ross got the big center table, where she held court in a glittering jacket that could be seen for miles around (she had several of her children as guests).

Roger also mentions he talked to Natasha Bedingfield, and KISS stalwarts Gene Simmons (with the mother of his children Shannon Tweed) and Paul Stanley. There was also a group of talking heads: Jimmy Kimmel, Craig Ferguson, Pat O'Brien and Bill Maher were seated through the top tier at different tables.

"The show: Foxx and Fantasia made the night memorable for spontaneity, when following a steamy sing-to-each-other and duet, Foxx invites American Idol Fantasia back to his room from the stage. He refrained from providing his room number at the Hilton, in public; whether Fantasia decided to visit the Hilton is unknown...

Rod Stewart provided an amazing performance of his rock hits, not his recent ballads.

Kanye West and Ludacris made a surprise appearance with Snoop Dogg for some rappin’ and R&B with Jamie including the hit, “Gold Digger.”

Rob Thomas and Santana rocked the house with a seductive version of “Smooth.” Kelly Clarkson showed that her power singing is for real. Chris Brown is a cool dancer.

The night was unofficially dedicated to Barry Manilow, the first star of Arista Records in 1974 with “Mandy.” Thirty two years later, his new album on Arista debuts next week at No. 1 with 156,000 copies sold. That gives Clive four albums in next week’s top 10. Hello! And Clive announced signing Pearl Jam to J Records."

Mr. Davis may take hits and criticisms regarding his sometimes over-produced tracks, but the man obviously knows what he is doing.

I was picturing Bo at this event, how he must have felt in a room surrounded by the celebrities and music greats...Oh what a night.

Bo Bice met up with last season's mysterious Idol dropout contestant Mario Vansquez before heading over to talk to Dave Grohl of The Foo Fighters. Bice asked him if he could open up for the Foo Fighters on their up-coming acoustic tour. Grohl's response: "Of course!" Its reported, after Bice walked away, Grohl whispered that he doesn't really care who opens the shows. Is this Foo Fighter full of "foo" or what?
It would be unsettling to have your opening act upstage the Main Attraction.

Typical of the "I'm Such A Rock Star" Grohl types.

Of course, unaware of the Grohl whisper-moment, when Bo was asked his opinion of Grohl, he commented with, "He's the nicest guy".

Typical of Bo Bice.

Much Love.

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