The 2010 Grammy Parties
The 2010 Grammy Parties
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden
"I haven't even watched [the show] yet, I'm just here to support my husband," said Nicole Richie, who hit the EMI post-Grammy party at the W Hollywood Hotel and Residences with significant other Joel Madden.
-Bronwyn Barnes, with reporting by Marshall Heyman, Lindzi Scharf and Andrea Simpson
Kelly Rowland and Brandy Norwood
"I won tonight! And Beyonce and Jay won!" exclaimed Kelly Rowland, who celebrated her trophy for best remixed recording with pal Brandy Norwood at the Universal Motown Republic Group's post-Grammy cocktail party, held at the W Hotel in Los Angeles. Despite her big win, Rowland kept her night low-key, explaining, "I’m actually under the weather right now. So no champagne for me."
Cory Monteith and Taylor Swift
's Cory Monteith got some one-on-one time with nominee Taylor Swift during the Grammy Awards Salute To Icons event at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. "I've got the dress all ready. I picked it out today," hinted Swift when asked what she'd be wearing on the red carpet Sunday night. "It's a color I've never worn before."
Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Fergie
After a trio of awards shows focused on movie-making, the leading ladies of music took over Hollywood at Clive Davis's annual pre-Grammy bash. "I'm so excited! It's like I'm walking on a cloud," said Taylor Swift (in Collette Dinnigan) who posed with fellow songbirds Katy Perry (in Georges Chakra), Rihanna and Fergie (in Zuhair Murad). "To be nominated eight times? I'll never get used to saying that!"
Taraji P. Henson and Mary J. Blige
"Being honored is a true honor and I'm so humbled," said Mary J. Blige, who was cheered on by friends like Taraji P. Henson during the Essence Black Women in Music event at the Sunset Tower Hotel in West Hollywood. Blige also dropped some hints about the duet she'll be doing with tenor Andrea Bocelli on the Grammy stage. "We'll be singing Bridge Over Troubled Water and it's for Haiti. Music plays a big part in moving people-from their wallets to their hearts."
Fergie and will.i.am
helped support her Black Eyed Peas bandmate will.i.am when he hosted the first ever DipDive Data Awards at the Hollywood Palladium. The event raised funds for will's i.am. Scholarship, for college students pursuing degrees in computer technology and new media.
John Legend and Stacy Keibler
and Stacy Keibler were among the famous fans who hung out in the Bacardi VIP before watching the Black Eyed Peas perform at the Dipdive Data Awards.