Howard Stern failed to attend his own birthday party after-party.
The 60-year-old DJ headed home after his four-hour celebrations at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on Friday (31.01.14), leaving his wife Beth Ostrosky and talk show host Jimmy Kimmel to host the follow-up bash at the Jazz Room at the General on the Bowery.
Guests at the afterparty included David Spade, Chris Rock, Dave Grohl, Johnny Knoxville, John Mayer and Sarah Silverman.
According the New York Post newspaper, Aerosmith's Steven Tyler was spotted looking at himself in the mirror and dancing to his own hit single 'Walk This Way'.
Earlier in the evening, Howard - who turned 60 on January 12 - had admitted throwing a lavish birthday party was ''egotistical'' but was excited about broadcasting his Sirius XM show from the bash.
Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', he said: ''It's a bit egotistical to have a birthday party but it's a great way to do something different, we're outside the studio and I'm thrilled, it's going to be a lot of fun.
''I'm very honoured that David Letterman's coming, I'm a big fan, we go way back and I panicked like you're studying for an exam, I must have written 150 questions for him.
''Jimmy Kimmel is hosting, he flew here on the red eye, he got here at 6am and had a couple of hours sleep, unbelievable.''
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