Beyonce and Jay Z partied with P. Diddy at his exclusive New Year's Eve bash in Miami Beach on Tuesday night (31.12.13). The couple partied all night on the dancefloor with pals Kelly Rowland and Drake.
The 'Drunk in Love' hitmakers arrived in style to the rapper's end-of-year celebratory bash in Miami Beach, Florida, with Beyonce gripping her husband's waist as he rode in on an electronic scooter.
The couple, whose daughter Blue Ivy turns two next week, were in the party mood as they boogied all night on the dancefloor with fellow guests including the 32-year-old songstress' former Destiny's Child band mate Kelly Rowland, Drake, Robin Thicke, Jeremy Piven and filmmaker Spike Lee.
Beyonce had much reason to celebrate after her fifth studio album 'BEYONCÉ' sold nearly one million copies in just 10 days in the United States and her 'Mrs. Carter Show' world tour was ranked the second highest grossing trek of 2013.
'Hold On, We're Going Home' star Drake put his own touch on the party by taking over the DJ booth to play some tunes for the A-list crowd, which also included T.I., Pharrell Williams and Jamie Foxx.
Host Diddy told the crowd his New Year's resolution is to be the ''best father I can be'' to his five children, including son Justin, 20, with his childhood sweetheart Misa Hylton-Brim, Christian, 15, and seven-year-old twins D'Lila and Jessie with former girlfriend Kim Porter, and seven-year-old Chance, his daughter with Sarah Chapman.
The rapper-and-entrepreneur mingled with guests throughout the entire evening - hosted by CIROC vodka - and even treated his pals to breakfast at 5am on New Year's Day (01.01.14).
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