Above: Timbaland performs with a bear hat at the Roc Nation and Three Six Zero Grammy party to benefit Children's Hospital Orthopedic Center at the House of Blues in Los Angeles.
Hollywood was rocking after the Grammys on Sunday night, and one of the hottest tickets was the Roc Nation & Three Six Zero Annual Charity Benefit For Children's Hospital Orthopedic Center at House of Blues. Performers included Timbaland, Deadmau5, Kylie Minogue, Demetrius and Nero, among others. Headlining the white-cushioned VIP area: Roc Nation's Jay Brown in a corner area hosting Island Def Jam's Steve Bartels, production duo Stargate and Minogue. Both Minogue and Timbaland recently signed with Roc Nation's management division.
Sitting outside that section against the wall (and declining photos) was a bodyguard-accompanied, blue shades-wearing Johnny Depp. Also in the house was Lady Gaga manager Troy Carter.
Troy Carter and Claire Demorest attend the Roc Nation & Three Six Zero Presents The Annual Charity Benefit For Children's Hospital Orthopedic Center at House of Blues. (Photo: Adrian Sidney/PictureGroup)
Kat Graham from The CW's hit show The Vampire Diaries was spotted near the VIP area, rocking the blonde hair she debuted at the Grammys. Producer manager Paul Adams of Bang the Drum made it to the Foundation Room and posted an Instragram photo of the ceiling "because I've had too many." Sumerian Records/Pantheon Agency CEO Ash Avildsen opted to stay downstairs for Nero and the rest of the music.
Stargate producers Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Kylie Minogue and President & COO of Island Def Jam Music Group Steve Bartels attend the Roc Nation & Three Six Zero party. (Photo: Adrian Sidney/PictureGroup)
Deadmau5 fiance Kat Von D (who he proposed to on Twitter back in December) watched most of his set from the balcony as well, before heading downstairs around the time he started his cover of Rage Against The Machine's "Killing in the Name."
Chairman & CEO of The Island Def Jam Music Group Barry Weiss attends the Roc Nation & Three Six Zero party. (Photo: Adrian Sidney/PictureGroup)
Guests could take a respite from the revelry and dancing by stepping outside into the club's restaurant area, where chicken, brisket, macaroni and cheese, double-baked sweet potatoes, Caesar salad and sundaes awaited them. It was later through this area, close to 2 am, that Jay-Z and an entourage wound its way through to the VIP room.