Sure, you got to parties all the time. But trust us, you've never been, and probably never will be, at a blowout like music legend Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala. It's always the hottest ticket in Los Angeles the night before the Grammy Awards and this year was no different.
It had the usual assortment of amazing performances, including Lorde, A Great Big World, Creedence Clearwater Revival rock legend John Fogerty jamming with the Foo Fighters and Jennifer Hudson, R. Kelly debuting a tribute to Nelson Mandela and Miley Cyrus opening things up by taking a shot at the glam audience when they didn't show enough appreciation for "Get It Right."
"I hope ya'll feel better than ya'll look," she said according to a report, before downshifting into a song she thought they might appreciate more, her iconic cover of Dolly Parton's "Jolene.""Robin Thicke brought out Pharrell and T.I., Imagine Dragons went unplugged, Fantasia drew howls of approval for her cover of "Stormy Weather" and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis killed during "Can't Hold Us" and "Thrift Shop."
Hell, they even left in the R. Kelly line, with Kels sitting right there!
As you might imagine, Taylor Swift was on hand to support her new bestie Lorde, dance in the aisles and take some snaps with other stars.
Here she is snuggling with Mack and Lewis singer Ray Dalton.
Chilling with surprise Album of the Year nominee Sara Bareilles.
And of course, dancing like nobody's looking.
Bareilles posted a video of Miley, wearing a lavender fur coat, rocking out "Wrecking Ball" at the party.
Lorde was Lorde, hanging out with Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic.
Nile Rodgers shared a pic of Robin Thicke doing this thing.
Speaking of all-star performances, Thicke got the band back together for "Blurred Lines."
Hudson raved about Fantasia. "Tonight was amazing!!! I love being amongst the gifted! The star of the night was Ms. Fantasia! That's what I'm talking bout! Wheww... No Words!!!!"
And later she joined the Foo Fighters and Fogerty for Tina Turner's "Proud Mary."
Kelly, Tyrese and Vin Diesel anchored a very manly table.