Celebrities flocked to the Barack Obama 60th birthday celebration.
The former president threw a lavish party at his Martha’s Vineyard mansion on Saturday night and, despite reports he significantly reduced the guest list due to the increase in coronavirus cases and the threat posed to large gatherings through the delta variant, several celebrities made their way to the Massachusetts property again to celebrate with the former president and his family. While A-List attendees like Chrissy Teigen and John Legend avoided the paparazzi at the event, others managed to get their picture taken on entering or exiting the star-studded birthday affair.
Don Cheadle, for example, was pictured driving to the mansion in his white Mercedes convertible with his wife, Bridgid Coulter. The star let her gray goatee shine while sporting a stylish felt tip top.
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Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union and her husband, Dwayne Wade, were brought to the event together in the back of a large black SUV. Both were stylish and ready for the celebration of the 44th President of the United States with him in a white suit jacket and her in a pink dress.
Questlove, whose band The Roots plays the house band on “The Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon, appeared to be concentrating really hard on not hitting anyone as he walked over to the mansion to attend the party. .
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Musician Erykah Badu was photographed with her head sticking out of the window of a similar vehicle later as she apparently interacted with photographers camped outside the property in hopes of obtaining a picture. Badu apparently got into some trouble after the party for posting an Instagram video of the former president holding a microphone and dancing on stage at the party. It was then deleted on Sunday morning amid reports that the social media posts violated party safety rules.
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Guests were seen leaving Obama’s party just before midnight, the Post reported. A local Massachusetts police officer called the traffic situation in the small town a “s – t show” on his radio as people began to return home, the Post reported.
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Other famous guests at the birthday party included Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Steven Spielberg, Bradley Cooper, Steven Colbert, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom and Rita Hanks.
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