Leslie Jones


If you thought the fun ends at 1 a.m. when Saturday Night Lives comes to a close, you are so wrong.

As fans of the late-night series know, the talented cast and crew celebrate each new episode with an after party following the live show. And this weekend was no different as several famous faces in Hollywood celebrated another successful episode.

Leslie Jones was generous enough to give fans an inside look into the festivities held at The Cutting Room in the Big Apple. Let's just say it was a night—or should we say morning—to remember.

Guests including Lenny Kravitz, Jesse Williams, Bradley Cooper and Madonna celebrated Dave Chappelle's night of hosting with food, drinks and plenty of good music. In fact, the comedian led the crowd in a rendition of Radiohead's "Creep" after 5 a.m.

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"PASS THE PEAS!!  Omg we never gonna stop partying," Leslie joked on Twitter while sharing several videos with her followers. "Oh my God I just rocked out with Dave Chappelle!"

She added, "This sums up my night. I was a stone cold FOX!! Lol it was one of the best nights ever!!"

According to Instagram, Gayle King, Naomi Campbell, Busta Rhymes and Aziz Ansari also stopped by the party that lasted through 7 a.m.

"YUUUUUUP WAS AMONGST LEGENDS!!" Leslie wrote on Twitter while snapping selfies with Madonna and Bradley. "SO MUCH FUN THANK YOU DAVE!!!"

This week's episode earned plenty of buzz from viewers after Kate McKinnon performed Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" during the cold opening. A Tribe Called Quest also performed two songs during the evening. 

Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. on NBC.

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