While TheWrap was having its own holiday gathering on Saturday night, Stevie Wonder was taking to the stage with students and The Red Hot Chili Pepper’s Flea at AEG’s Season of Giving event for The Silverlake Conservatory of Music. Wonder joined Flea and some of the students for “I Wish” before gifting Flea $10,000 for the music education based foundation that Flea founded.
Wonder squeezed in the appearance amidst his performance at LA Live, where he was throwing his annual holiday benefit. At left, Flea, Wonder, and Silverlake Conservatory’s Keith Barry. (Photo by Michael Kovac.)
Unlike the fisticuffs at Magnolia’s holiday party, it was carolers and lightsabers at 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment and Seth MacFarlane’s launch of “Family Guy: It’s A Trap." At right, Hollywood’s top party host with the other Family Guy “Seth” – Green.
Bill Maher, Mark Salling, Jerry Ferrara, Alyssa Milano, and Dr. Drew Pinsky made the rare club outing for the bash at the recently opened Supperclub.
Two nights later, Diddy hosted his long-awaited “Last Train to Paris” album launch party in the same space.
After LA nightlife Brent Bolthouse announced his new scripted television project with Starz, he drew many of MacFarlane’s guests away for the second half of the night at a birthday get together at Trousdale (where he is also a partner). The Glee crowd made the cross-town trek, joining sisters Charlotte and Samantha Ronson, and Maroon 5 leadman Adam Levine amongst others in the elusive “back room."
Photos from “It’s a Trap” courtesy of Charley Galley and Dan Steinberg.