P. Diddy Throws Birthday Bash, Stays Coy On Presidential Bid

Celebrities brave strict dress code, cold to celebrate Combs' 33rd.

NEW YORK — Call it a Diddy double take. Just two weeks after

partying in Marrakech at a birthday fête thrown by the King of Morocco,

Sean Combs threw himself another bash Monday at the Supper Club.

An eclectic mix of celebrities, including Tweet, Carl Thomas, Joe, Patti

Labelle, Puff Mama Janice Combs, Lady May, "Ripley's Believe It or Not" host

Dean Cain, Ivana Trump, designer Zac Posen, Fab Five Freddy, as well as

Jermaine Dupri and his date, Janet Jackson, all braved the cold weather and

Diddy's strictly "sexy" dress code to wish Puff a happy 33rd (Click for photos).

Inside the rented nightclub, revelers danced alongside scantily clad go-go

girls to the sounds of DJ S&S. No birthday party is complete without a "Happy

Birthday" sing-a-long, and Puff was not only serenaded by the paparazzi as he

strolled down the red carpet, but Mary J. Blige and Patti LaBelle also sang

to their favorite music mogul on the venue's stage.

A touched Puff assured the partygoers that he "loved each and every one of"

them — thanking the crowd for supporting him through "trials and

tribulations," before encouraging everyone to "drink until the lights come

on."

Along with the drinking, the dancing, and the hard work of looking fabulous,

the packed partygoers buzzed about the latest P. Diddy rumor — will

Puff's next party be a White House inaugural ball? Diddy's rep, Nathalie

Moar, assured us that a possible "Puff for President of the United States"

campaign was just a rumor.

But when asked directly, the number one Bad Boy remained coy, saying, "I'll

have to get back to you on that one."