Because New Year's Eve is traditionally one of the glitziest holidays of the year, it makes sense that the stars would naturally flock to Las Vegas. There were many pre-planned events and celebrity-hosted parties to be had on the Sunset Strip, and two especially glamorous divas, Christina Aguilera and Nicole Richie, made an appearance in Sin City.
It seems like Katie Holmes is always dressed to impress, even when Mrs. Tom Cruise is just grabbing a cup of coffee. Fans of the leading lady can now snag some of her superstar style by picking up a few pieces from her very own clothing line.
R&B singer Mary J. Blige is known for her take-charge attitude, but the star might have taken things a little too far at the launch party for her latest album, "Stronger with Each Tear."
They may be rivals on the Billboard charts, but Taylor Swift and Rihanna looked pretty chummy at the launch party for Vevo, a new video website.
If Whitney Houston's appearance on Oprah today leaves you longing to be a high-maintenance maven, a Whitney-party can help you resurrect the 80s icon's glory days.
If your addiction to the new Beatles-themed Rock Band has your friends wondering where youve been, having a rocker-themed party can help you re-enter society without straying too far from your favorite groovy game.
Music enthusiasts are always looking for new bands, so why not get everyone together to share their resources?
On Wednesday, September 9, Fox will debut a new show titled Glee, a one hour comedy about high school students trying to get their small glee club off the ground.
A recent note that was spread around Facebook involving putting a person's MP3 player on shuffle may be a good dinner party activity, especially for guests who are more musically inclined than others.
A person's age matters not when it comes to the music of The Beatles, as young and old alike unite over the catchy tunes, easy lyrics and the sheer volume of tunes.