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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.
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Sans fiancée Jennifer Aniston, Justin Theroux dons his best suit and tie and soaks in the night's hijinks.
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THE RIGHT STUFF
They're still going strong! Donnie Wahlberg and Jenny McCarthy shine at Friday night’s birthday party.
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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.
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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.
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Pat Monahan, whose group Train served as the party's house band, takes five with John Mayer, another of the night’s headliners.
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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.
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MOVES LIKE JOVI
Rock on! Jon Bon Jovi poses for a pic with Adam Levine, who joined Train for a cover of Prince's "Purple Rain."
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Dapper dude Bryan Cranston – who entertained guests with a few rounds of Breaking Bad quotes – gets his fill of LOLs from guest Whoopi Goldberg.
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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."