Someone’s fashion team needs to be fired.
Superstars pay their stylists big bucks to make sure this catastrophe never happens to them. I guess Ne-Yo, Wiz Khalifa and Miguel dressed themselves for the 55th Annual Grammys last night? Complex.com reports that the 3 men all rocked the same black-and-white striped Yves Saint Laurent Paris tuxedo jacket. Miguel bypassed the red carpet after being tipped off to the fashion faux pas.
And the winner is YSL!
Our folks over at VLAD TV caught up with Ne-Yo and he discussed his move from Def Jam to Motown. Pop the hood to check out the interview:
No U Ain’t Radio was in the house this past Saturday at Supper Club in Hollywood for Compound Entertainment’s Fourth Annual Midnight Brunch/Pre-Grammy Party, in association with Superstar Singer/Songwriter/Actor Ne-Yo, Elms Entertainment and Malibu Red.
Celebrities such as Estelle, Kelis, J Cole, KeKe Palmer, will.i.am, Carmen Electra, Kevin McCall, Rosci Diaz, Claudia Jordan, among many others were on-hand for this exclusive event. Brandy was also in attendance with Ray-J to celebrate her 33rd birthday, but the festive occasion was obviously overshadowed by the death of Whitney Houston earlier that day.
Miguel and Marsha Ambrosius both blessed the stage with impromptu performances and took time to recognize the loss of the late, great music icon as well. Miss Ambrosius even admitted that she had been at the Clive Davis Party earlier that evening and it would be hard for her to process everything going on until the night was over. But she went on to sing “Happy Birthday” to Brandy and affirmed that the night would be an opportunity to honor and celebrate Whitney Houston’s life. A sentiment that was echoed throughout the night by many others as they dined, drank and danced the night away.
A special thanks goes out to Monique Smith, Ayiko Broyard & Karen Farrelly for bringing such and amazing event to life. Check out the video to get a peek at how things went down.
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Tagged Brandy, Carmen Electra, Ciara, Elise Neal, Estelle, Grammys, Hollywood, J. Cole, KeKe Palmer, Kelis, Kevin McCall, marsha ambrosius, Miguel, Ne-Yo, Ray J, Rosci Diaz, Supper Club, Vanessa Simmons, Whitney Houston, Will.I.Am
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