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Rihanna, Adele, Leonardo DiCaprio and every big Hollywood star you can imagine were at Beyonce and Jay-Z's Oscars afterparty

The exclusive afterparty took place in a converted parking garage.

Rihanna, Adele, Leonardo DiCaprio and every big Hollywood star you can imagine were at Beyonce and Jay-Z's Oscars afterparty

Beyonce arrives with Jay-Z at the Metropolitan Museum Of Art Costume Institute Gala 2015 celebrating the opening of China: Through The Looking Glass in Manhattan, New York, May 4, 2015. (Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson/File Photo)

Rihanna may have been snubbed for the Oscar along with the stellar female cast of the comedy crime drama Ocean’s 8, but that didn’t stop her from stealing the show as she pulled up to Beyonce’s Oscar afterparty yesterday (Feb 25).

Nicknamed the Gold Party, Beyonce and Jay-Z’s exclusive Oscars afterparty was rumoured to have served luxury delicacies and comfort foods. The party took place in a converted parking garage of the Chateau Marmont, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The star of Fenty Beauty showed up in an animal print Alexandre Vauthier Couture mini dress with an off-shoulder neckline and a tiered ruffled skirt. She proudly showed off her outfit in a series of three photos on her Instagram page last night.

Spotted making their way into the venue along with Rihanna were some of the biggest names in Hollywood. The bevy of stars included Leonardo DiCaprio, Adele, Jennifer Lopez, Chris Evans, Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, Natalie Portman, Jason Momoa and Drake.

Celebrity news outlet Page Six reported last week that guests are to expect everything from “caviar by the gallon to truffle quesadillas and late-night upscale chicken and waffles”, with a special menu by Eleven Madison Park chef Daniel Humm.

“The guest list was all approved by Beyoncé and Jay-Z personally,” a source told celebrity news site Us Weekly. “They asked everyone not to post pictures from inside. They wanted the environment to feel safe for everyone, so everyone could actually just be themselves and let loose.”

“Security at the front door was very tight and only pre-approved guests could get inside. If a celeb brought an assistant or security that was not announced, they were not allowed to come in.”

Source: CNA/gl

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