Guess who headlined the latest PlayStation 3 party in L.A. last night? That's right, it was Destructoid's favorite media mogul Diddy! Uh, can't stop, won't stop. Mr. Diddy and a gaggle of celebs partied it up in honor of Sony's next-gen console in what sounds like a coke-and-booze-a-palooza. Holy sweet Jesus, if only we were there to ski the slopes with the rest of the Hollywood elite. From my best gay friend, Perez Hilton:
We began the evening at the one-year anniversary party for our pals at TMZ and ended the night at the launch party for the new Play Station 3. And, we can honestly say, it was the best event we've ever been to in Los Angeles!! Seriously, Sony must have spent a couple million dollars on the party. At least. They even hired Diddy to perform!! And everyone showed up, including (as seen above) Paris & Nicole together, Mark and the MisShapes, Cory Kennedy and that fatso. Plus.....Lindsay Lohan, James Franco, Katharine McPhee, Donald Faison & Cacee Cobb, Nicky Hilton & David Katzenberg, Jason Ritter, Bill Maher, David Arquette, Christina Milian, Ian Ziering, A.J. McLean and Edward Furlong. The theme of the party was old school department store and Sony took over this abandoned Robinson's May and brought it back to life in full blown technicolor. They had these huge globes with fake snow you could play inside. They had candy stations and wig stations - where we got our new friend Jack's Mannequin. There were just so many small touches that made the party so rad. And we're not even much of a gamer. But we had a kick-ass time at the PS3 premire last night!!!
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