Jay-Z Kicks Racks Up A $330,000 Bill Ringing In The New Year With Coldplay

Jay-Z Kicks Racks Up A $330,000 Bill Ringing In The New Year With Coldplay
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For some it is the biggest night of the year and to usher 2013 in Jay-Z decided to invite his famous friends up on stage and rack up a $330,499 bar tab.

The 43-year-old was performing at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn when he asked Gwyneth Paltrow up on to the stage.

The rapper took to the stage during Coldplay’s New Year’s Eve gig at the venue and at the stroke of midnight the actress brought out Apple and Moses to dance on stage with their father Chris Martin.

Chris used the moment to sing a song with his children and Apple’s friend Sophia who also joined the group on stage.

Coldplay and Jay Z performed in front of a huge crowd and there were plenty of famous faces who stepped out to see the show.

Taylor Swift and her beau Harry Styles took in the show and Cheryl Cole and her boyfriend Tre Holloway were also part of the crowd.

After the concert Jay-Z threw a mother of all after-parties at the venue with a specially-made lounge for the occasion.
And there certainly was no expense spared when it came to booze as the rapper spent more than £250,000 on champagne.

The 99 Problems rapper ordered hundreds of cases of Armand de Brignac Gold bottles worth £300 each as well as a 30-litre Gold Midas bottle.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

Photo Credit: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

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