Amid Monday’s White House press briefing, representative Josh Sincere affirmed reports that the Obama family had hosted a “private event” on Saturday, not recorded on the president’s official calendar, however he offered few points of interest other than that the First Family paid for the whole thing.
What he didn’t affirm, nonetheless, was that the gathering was a Prince show for 500 of his celebrity friends.
Page Six reported of the party’s elegant subtle elements, and noticed that all the cool kids went to: Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, musician James Taylor, designer Jenna Lyons, Amex C.E.O. Ken Chenault, and cabinet members Arne Duncan and Susan Rice, among others.
Be that as it may, for once, Page Six was scooped—by none other than loose-lipped party visitor and MSNBC host Al Sharpton, who tweeted the accompanying as he exited on Saturday night:
Leaving the White House party w/POTUS and FLOTUS. Awesome to see Prince and Stevie Wonder on keyboards together. Unbelievable experience.
— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) June 14, 2015
Stevie Wonder Played an amazing duet with Prince, Wow.