Usher and Ne-Yo perform at Michael Rubin’s starry Fourth of July party
Usher and Ne-Yo performed at Michael Rubin’s annual Fourth of July white party at his $50 million Hamptons mansion Monday night.
Guests at the starry bash included Jay-Z and Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Justin and Hailey Bieber, and Tom Brady.
Comedian Kevin Hart celebrated his 44th birthday a couple of days early at the bash when he was pulled on stage to do shots.
(Naturally the booze he imbibed was from his own Gran Coramino tequila brand, since every celeb has their own liquor line these days, sigh.)
We hear that the bash included fireworks from a barge, food by Nobu, Lucali, Cucina Alba and Hart House, plus a tented nightclub on the property by Tao Group.
Also spotted at the over-the-top party were DJ Khaled, Travis Scott, Emily Ratajkowski, Joel Embiid, Kevin Durant, Patriots owner Robert Kraft, pop duo the Chainsmokers, James Harden, soccer god Kylian Mbappé, Odell Beckham Jr. and country star Kenny Chesney.
Jack Harlow and Druski took over the DJ booth to spin tunes, and we hear that Jay and Bey were the first two in the nightclub when it opened up.
Beefed up security kept out throngs of party crashers. We hear one uninvited guest even rolled up in a Rolls-Royce to try and get in… the only problem was he arrived a day too early on Sunday, which was a dead giveaway.
Before the party, Rubin jokingly posted a video on Instagram gifting his girlfriend Camille Fishel a helmet with the caption, “no hospital visits this year.”
Fishel unfortunately headed from last year’s starry event straight to the local ER when she accidentally fell off a stage.
Thankfully, the athleisure designer didn’t need the helmet, and even joked herself on Instagram when she posted a pic of the live music at the party: “I might jump off the roof, I’m so excited to see Usher.”
Also in attendance were Jayson Tatum, Tobias Harris, Joe Burrow, Micah Parsons, Damar Hamlin, Dez Bryant, C.J. Stroud, David and Nicole Tepper, Dean Spanos, David Adelman, Jed York, Josh Harris and David Blitzer.