Robert Pattinson threw a star-studded 'Great Gatsby' themed bash for his friend Nicholas Jarecki


Robert Pattinson shot from Dior campaign
Robert Pattinson shot from Dior campaign

The 'Twilight Saga' star, 27, who recently ended his relationship with Kristen Stewart, 23, after four years together, hosted a huge party for Nicholas Jarecki at his home in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles on Saturday night.

The extravagant party was full of famous faces including 'Fast & Furious 6' star Michelle Rodriguez, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author E.L. James and Grammy-winner Diane Warren, who arrived in glamorous 1920's costumes.

Entertainment lawyer Vladimir Radovanov also helped the 'Arbitrage' director celebrate his 34th birthday party and shared a picture of himself with award-winning documentary maker Ondi Timoner on Twitter with the caption: "With hot @onditimoner at a partay for @nickjareki at Robbie Pattinson's. It's not just her films that rock. (Sic)"

He later added: "Great Gatsby night w @onditimoner good times! (Sic)"

Budding singer Todd Michael Shultz also tweeted about the event, saying: "That was a real freakin party.. everywhere you turn... someone super smart and talented and interesting to talk to.
"Rob Pattinson is a really cool guy. It's good not to lose sight of basic kindness.

"Kristen Stewart was not at the party as far as I know..."

The 'On The Road' actress returned to L.A. on Friday after enjoying a road trip with her friends through Texas, Louisiana and Tennessee.


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