Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy Light Up the Red Carpet at the AMAs After-Party

What's even better than the AMAs? The AMAs after-party, of course!

Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy Light Up the Red Carpet at the AMAs After Party

What’s even better than the AMAs? The AMAs after-party, of course!

-Heather Taylor

AMAs after party

It was a star-studded night in Hollywood on Sunday, November 20 as Rolling Stone held their 2nd Annual American Music Awards After-Party at the RSLA Restaurant & Lounge. Sponsored by the Lady Foot Locker VIP Program and Ciroc Ultra Premium Vodka, the red carpet lit up with musicians and celebs alike, all fresh from their evening out at the AMAs.

“Why do people love the American Music Awards? It’s not the average stuffy awards show. The American public votes for the winners and the crowd is super eclectic!” Perez Hilton said.

Perez couldn’t have summed it up better, as the RSLA (that’s Rolling Stone Los Angeles) was indeed packed with an eclectic crowd of stars including Adam Lambert, Jenny McCarthy, Kristin Cavallari, Audrina Patridge, Bill Maher, JoJo, and Glee’s Matthew Morrison.

Singer Robin Thicke, rocking a perfectly coiffed ‘50s throwback hairdo, definitely had his favorite performer from the evening picked out: “I only saw one performance and it was JLo’s. I thought she was more beautiful than ever before and danced great!”

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When asked whom he’d love to collaborate with in the future, singer Gavin Degraw, gearing up to go on a European tour next year, couldn’t decide on just one person. “I’d love to work with Miranda Lambert,” he said, “she’s cool. And Adele is an absolutely lovely singer too!” Ooh, ladies, any takers on a future collab together? You never know- it could be a winning duo at next year’s AMAs!

Heather Taylor is BettyConfidential’s LA correspondent. And yes, Gavin Degraw did tell her he liked her black rimmed glasses.


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