After the AMAs: Katy Perry, Russell Brand, Ke$ha, Ne-Yo and Diddy party
Music heavyweights hit Hollywood venues Sunday to get down after the ceremony, with the most anticipated soiree the grand opening of the Rolling Stone restaurant and lounge at the Hollywood and Highland complex.
John Legend, Kid Rock, Ke$ha, Matthew Morrison and newlyweds Katy Perry and Russell Brand joined publisher Jann Wenner to christen the brand's flagship event space.
Morrison was in good spirits, mingling with the likes of "American Idol" winner David Cook. Ke$ha held court in a private booth, rocking red war paint on her face and sipping Grey Goose with girlfriends.
"Modern Family" star Eric Stonestreet seemed star-struck, wandering the event and gawking at the likes of Jon Bon Jovi.
A few blocks away at the Avalon Hollywood, R&B star Ne-Yo hosted a post-party with Vevo where he performed with a few friends -- like Diddy, Kelly Rowland and Jamie Foxx.
Jenny McCarthy held court at a table in front of the stage, stealing a kiss from Diddy while he hyped the crowd -- which counted the likes of The Situation, Whitney Port, Will Forte, Jensen Reed, Keri Hilson and Julie Benz in the Moet & Chandon Nectar Imperial lounge.
"I like the whole Black Pack thing you got going on tonight," Diddy said, complimenting Ne-Yo on curating his guest stars.
-- Matt Donnelly
Top photo: Diddy and Ne-Yo backstage at Hollywood's Inside at Avalon after the 2010 American Music Awards. Credit: Charley Gallay / Getty Images
Left photo: Katy Perry and Russell Brand arrive at the Rolling Stone VIP after-party at Hollywood and Highland. Credit: Dan Steinberg / Associated Press
Right photo: Ke$ha at the Rolling Stone AMAs party. Credit: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images