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A ‘Billion’ Reality Stars Kick Off Big Reality Weekend

Radio Disney celebrated its 15th birthday and the stars of ”Workaholics“ kicked back their heels

Before this weekend’s Reality Rocks convention delivers a ComicCon-esque experience downtown, Joan Rivers hosted a kickoff event: Svedka Vodka’s Night of a Billion Reality Stars.

In a partnership with FunnyorDie.com, the vodka brand funded three short “I-don’t-know-what-you-call-them…we called them ‘films’ in the old days,” said Rivers.

The comic web shorts feature Rivers, Jeff Probst and other reality-show luminaries in the future. Tons and tons of familiar reality faces hit the soon to debut Lexington Social Club on Vine Thursday night. (Photo by Wireimage.)

Across the street from the Svedka bash on Thursday night, Busy Phillips, James Van Der Beek, and a Paula Abdul/Adam Lambert reunion was going down at Logo network’s New Next Now Awards. 

Radio Disney threw itself a weeklong 15th birthday party. Willlow Smith, Jordin Sparks, Greyson Chance, and Selena Gomez (pictured) helped the cut the cake in studio with the radio brand’s Hollywood expert Jake Whetter, Ernie D., and Senior VP and GM of Radio Disney Sean Cocchia. Gomez performed an acoustic version of her new single “Who Says.” (Photo © Disney Channel/Rick Rowell)

On screen, they barely work as telemarketers, but on Wednesday night it was all-party for the guys behind Comedy Central’s new “Workaholics.” As the show simultaneously premiered to 942,000 viewers, director Kyle Newacheck, cast member Blake Anderson, producer Kent Alterman, and cast members Anders Holm and Adam DeVine threw themselves a premiere party at The Hudson in West Hollywood. (Photo by Kristian Dowling/PictureGroup)

Sean “Diddy” Combs named a chain of Southern-themed restaurants “Justin’s” after his first teenage son, Justin. When his second son Christian officially became a teenager at age 13 last weekend, he just got to have a party at one. Combs threw hosted a bash at the Rolling Stone/Los Angeles restaurant and lounge at Hollywood and Highland – an increasingly frequent celebration destination for the music industry. Another venue, BoHo Restaurant Grand opens in the H&H for a VIP preview Saturday night.