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Sharon Stone brings her own ‘buzz’ to Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy gala

Page Six logo: MainLogo Page Six 2/5/2023 Carlos Greer

Sharon Stone brought her own herbal refreshment to Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy party at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday night.

A whiff of weed permeated the room as Lil Wayne performed a medley of his hits on stage. Partygoers were curious about where the aroma was emanating from, and Stone replied: “I think it’s me.”

And it was.

The “Basic Instinct” legend politely asked guests in her seating area, “Is it OK? Can I smoke?” before she fired up her joint and shared it with a guest next to her.

Beverly Johnson, Lorraine Schwartz, Nancy Davis, Nikki Haskell, Denise Rich, Tamron Hall and Don Lemon were a few of the people, who were seated nearby.

As Hall put it in an Instagram story: “@sharonstone is a whole vibe!”

Meanwhile, MSNBC host Ari Melber was in his own zone, as Swizz Beatz would say. He rapped along with conviction as Swizz, Lil Baby and Wayne performed.

“This is cool to see Lil Wayne!” the excited journalist said.

Stone danced along as Wayne sang the lyrics “shawty wanna thug” from his song “Lollipop.” And when she wasn’t dancing and cheefing, she was working the room, crashing tables and showing off her own art on her phone.

Kevin Costner kicked off the evening honoring the late Whitney Houston, who died nearly 11 years ago, hours before she was set to attend Davis’ party at the hotel.

“We were both struck by Whitney the first time we met her,” Costner said of himself and music mogul Davis.

Costner later told Davis that he wanted to share “something that I’ve never said to you before.”

“Maybe this isn’t the room for it, but I don’t want to miss the moment. And it’s from the heart: Neither one of us, in the end, could protect your beloved Whitney, but your fingerprints on her life are clean my friend,” he said.

Costner described Davis as “a miracle in her life.”

“Thank you for being her bodyguard, Clive…. Everyone in this business has a mom, but not everyone has a Clive,” he said. Costner starred with Houston, of course, in the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard.”

Davis replied when he took the stage: “That was just, wow, for me, Kevin. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Jennifer Hudson later honored Houston by performing a rendition of her song, “Greatest Love of All.”

“We love you Whitney,” she said.

Other performers included: Måneskin, Frankie Valli, Lizzo, Sheryl Crow, Christine McVie, Elvis Costello and the Imposters with Juanes, Lauren Daigle, and Latto, who had Joni Mitchell dancing on her feet as she performed the tune “Big Energy.”

© Provided by Page Six Stone crashed Tamron Hall and Don Lemon’s table. Instagram/Tamron Hall

“MJ: The Musical” star Myles Frost closed out the show by moonwalking on stage.

Cardi B presented her Atlantic bosses Julie Greenwald and Craig Kallman with the Industry Icons award.

The rapper thanked the execs for “taking me under their wing” when “other labels were low-balling me and not giving me what I thought I deserved.” But, “Atlantic was right there respecting me, my vision and my career,” she said.

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Lil Nas X, Paris Hilton, Olivia Rodrigo, Anitta, Janelle Monae, Gayle King, Busta Rhymes, Miranda Lambert, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox were a few of the famous faces in the room. Davis regulars Nancy Pelosi and her husband Paul were also among the 1,200 guests who attended.


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