Deadmau5 and Rihanna were among the featured acts last night at the House of Blues in L.A., where a major fundraiser was held for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
The Canadian electro star headlined the wee-hours gig with ticket costs ranging from $250-1,000. Rihanna took the stage for only seven minutes, but made them count.
Rocking a mini-dress and blonde Farrah Fawcett 'do, she jumped, fist-pumped and maybe even sang her way through “Where Have You Been” and “We Found Love.”
Calvin Harris, who produced and co-wrote "We Found Love," and two backup vocalists accompanied Rih. Harris later took the stage for nearly an our at the shindig.
Confetti fell from the ceiling during the climax of the latter tune, and like that, Rihanna was gone, good deed done and no doubt some after-after-party to get to.
At the actual Grammys, Rihanna joined Coldplay on "Princess of China," while Deadmau5 and fellow electro-star David Guetta followed Chris Brown's performance.