Go Inside Howard Stern’s Star-Studded Birthday Bash!
1 2 3 aww! Howard Stern and wife Beth share a sweet moment at the radio talk show host’s 60th birthday bash at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom, where a slew of stars toasted (and roasted) him Friday night.
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“Daaad, stop!” is probably not something you say to Steven Tyler, who serenades model daughter Mia at their dinner table.
Sans fiancée , Justin Theroux dons his best suit and tie and soaks in the night’s hijinks.
SUCH A TEASE
Oh yes, this happened. Stern sidekick Robin Quivers, who’s been bravely battling cancer since 2012, enjoys a sexy striptease from none other than .
THE RIGHT STUFF
They’re still going strong! Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy shine at Friday night s birthday party.
CALLING THE SHOTS
Next round’s on him! The night’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, pours one out for pal Dave Grohl (one of the evening’s musical acts) midway through the party.
THEY JUST WANNA
Cyndi Lauper and onetime Stern foe Rosie O’Donnell – who sang a “Summer Nights” parody for the radio host – swap a little girl talk at their dinner table.
Pat Monahan, whose group Train served as the party’s house band, takes five with , another of the night s headliners.
Lucky ladies! John Stamos holds court with bride-to-be Katie Couric and Jewel, who charmed the crowd with a song Stern wrote in his younger years, “Silver Nickels and Golden Dimes.”
PASSING THE TORCH
Now that they have that pickle-passing out of the way, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers kick back backstage before letting loose a few jokes.
MOVES LIKE JOVI
Rock on! Jon Bon Jovi poses for a pic with , who joined Train for a cover of Prince’s “Purple Rain.”
Dapper dude Bryan Cranston – who entertained guests with a few rounds of Breaking Bad quotes – gets his fill of LOLs from guest Whoopi Goldberg.
Embattled New Jersey governor Chris Christie – who received some boos from the crowd – is on hand to introduce Jon Bon Jovi, who rocked the house with “Wanted Dead or Alive.”