Jay-Z, Beyonce

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After days of celebrity sightings at various NBA All-Star events, the star-studded weekend came to a close Sunday night in Houston, with Team West taking home the title.

Los Angeles Clippers baller Chris Paul was dubbed the game's MVP, while stars like Kevin Hart, Spike Lee, Drake, 2 Chainz and singer Monica looked on in the audience.

 And those weren't the only celebs in attendance. 

Fresh off the debut of her documentary, Life Is But a Dream, Beyoncé and her hubby Jay-Z took in the game courtside, with the "Love on Top" crooner showing off her legs in shorts and neon yellow pumps.

Alicia Keys and her hubby Swizz Beatz also made the game a date night, sitting courtside as well with their son Egypt.

The "Girl on Fire" singer made her way over to Beyoncé to chat before taking the stage during the halftime show, in which she performed a medley of hits including Empire State of Mind and Girl on Fire.

While the performance started off well, with Keys playing the piano as she sang, the show got a bit shaky when the singer took center stage to sing "Girl on Fire" in a cropped black top and bulky leather pants. 

Chris Paul

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But, it appeared to be Ne-Yo who received the most criticism for what fans deemed a lackluster performance, after he kicked off the game with a medley as well, singing songs like Let's Go and Let Me Love You

Ne-Yo hit Twitter to sound off after hearing the negative buzz, writing, ‘Shout out to those showing love. Everybody has an off day....all good. F-ck any and all haters. Talk it while I live it b-tches!!!

Meanwhile, John Legend walked away unscathed after his performance of the Star Spangled Banner

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