The Playboy Mansion toasted Whitney Houston in its own special way last night.
But we'll get to that in a sec. First we have to tell you about a certain Gleek who seems to have quite the way with women...and since the Fame at the Mansion post-Grammys fête was a hotbed of scantily clad babes, this par-tick dude's moves were definitely put to the test.
So which of the Glee lads was it? And exactly how smooth was his smooth talkin'?
It was Harry Shum Jr.!
While Mark Salling's better known as the ladies man of the Glee gang, it was Harry who had all the gals drooling over him last night. One girl in particular—a cute brunette gal in a low-cut blue dress and sparkly silver heels—seemed to spark his interest.
Maybe it was because the babe got down on the ground to show him her break dancing skills! To which he returned the favor by busting out some of his signature Glee moves while Diddy's "It's All About the Benjamins" played.
The twosome later hit up the bar where Harry ordered a rum and Coke for the lady and a vodka drink for himself. The topic then turned to some photographs the chick had taken:
"Are you naked in the pictures?" Harry inquired.
"No! They're elegant!" the gal flirted back.
To which Harry served up our fave line of the night: "Naked is elegant."
You go, Harry! No doubt mindful of the same would be...
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Paris Hilton who was across the tent set up next to the infamous Playboy Grotto. P.H. arrived just before midnight and was hoping to score one of the exclusive VIP cabanas to chill in. When she was told that they had been sold to support charity, P.'s rep wasn't hearing it.
Paris, on the other hand, seemed content to just be at the shindig. "Your dress is gorgeous!" she gushed to one of the chicks running the event.
Eventually, Ms. Hilton—who had swapped out her gold and white gown from the Grammys for a short silver number—wound up in the promo model cabana where she donned a pair of retro sunglasses and posed for pics with her posse.
Just after midnight, Paris took to the stage with the night's host, Sean "Diddy" Combs, to really get the party started.
"Make some noise for my sister, Whitney Houston," Diddy yelled to cheers from the crowd. "No not a moment of silence, make some noise for my sister, Whitney Houston! Life is short so we're going to live this bitch up."
And apparently Diddy lived that bitch up a little too hard, as reports claim he landed himself in the hospital this morning. There's a lesson in there somewhere...