Beyoncé's 41st birthday party was apparently the place to be on Saturday night.

A parade of celebrities, from Kim Kardashian to Machine Gun Kelly, were photographed leaving the celebration looking like they had nothing less than a grand old time. Queen Bey's guest-list was so comprehensive that the scene outside the venue — a mansion in Bel Air — looked something like the Met Gala red carpet, extravagant outfits included.

Just like fashion's biggest night out, Bey's belated party had a theme: roller disco. Attendees including Kim K, Kelly Rowland, and Megan Fox gave their best Boogie Nights, while others interpreted the theme more loosely — Offset showed up in a Michael Jackson costume and Drake decided to wear what appear to be pajamas.

Other notable attendees: Lizzo, Lily Rose-Depp, Bella Hadid, Michael B. Jordan, Zendaya, Kerry Washington, Jaden Smith, Adele, Rich Paul, and Taylor Swift. Don't forget Kris Jenner, Corey Gamble, Khloe Kardashian, and (gasp) Tristan Thompson.

Basically, all of Hollywood was there.

Judging from many a sweaty paparazzi pic, Bey's party was a night to remember (or not remember). Instagram users were quick to screenshot a series of comments between La La Anthony, Khloe K, and Kim that said, in less eloquent terms: we're all hungover.

Wish you were privy to the debauchery that may or may not have gone done at Bey's 41st? Us too. But a picture is worth a thousand words, so read this photo of Adele looking absolutely wrecked.

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