If you’re up on your celebrity news, you definitely heard about the epic rager Diddy threw for his milestone 50th birthday on December 14. The party was absolutely star-studded, with A-listers galore in attendance to celebrate the music icon — one of which being Destiny’s Child alum Kelly Rowland. The 38-year-old singer told Life & Style exclusively what a blast the big birthday bash really was.
“It was so much fun! And it didn’t last long enough,” she gushed while attending the Miss America 2.0 2020 Competition at Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut on December 19. “It lasted a long time but it didn’t last long enough for me. It was so much fun!”
Kelly was joined by her DC pal Beyoncé, who attended the party with husband Jay-Z. The crew spent the evening hanging out with Kim Kardashian and husband Kanye West, who seemed to settle his feud with the Brooklyn native that evening. In fact, an eyewitness told Us Weekly they claimed the VIP section together. “They greeted each other and seemed friendly and happy to see each other. The Carters and the Wests were all in a section behind Diddy and his family,” the source explained.
But Kim, 39, and Kanye, 42, weren’t the only Kar-Jenners to show up to the function. Khloé Kardashian and Kylie Jenner also came out to party, spending the majority of the evening joined at the hip, according to the onlooker. The girls shared several photos and videos of their incredible outfits on the ‘gram on their way to the event, with Khlo rocking a sequined silver jumpsuit and Ky in a sequined black gown. Needless to say, both babes were absolutely ~shining~.
Plus, the insider also revealed that momager Kris Jenner and KUWTK sidekick Jonathan Cheban were also part of the group. Interestingly enough, both of Kylie’s exes, Travis Scott and Tyga, were guests at the epic party, but didn’t make conversation with each other or their former flame.
Clearly, the rapper’s big night seemed like an evening for the books! We’re glad that Kelly — and hopefully, all of the other guests — had a blast. Next year, we’re requesting an invite, Mr. Combs.