"Everybody was there. Stevie Wonder was there. Janelle Monae, John Legend. Beyonce performed.
But the stars weren't the big story-- it was President Obama who had people talking as they left.
"Seeing Barack Obama do the Dougie was even better."
Guests were told to eat before the party, wear comfortable shoes and absolutely no cameras were allowed inside.
Jay Leno may be leaving the Tonight Show-- but NBC still wants to still keep him around.
One of the network big wigs says they are hoping to enter into a new relationship with the comedian-- possibly for specials or "new ideas" -- but did not elaborate further.
The new host, Jimmy Fallon, is set to take over Jay's spot on the Tonight Show in February.
At the movies this weekend-- the police comedy "Ride Along" was the big winner. In its first week it came in at number one raking in $41.2 million.
In the number two spot was "Lone Survivor," and coming in at number three was the animated movie, "The Nut Job."
(Cristina Mutchler, CNN)
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