Hollywood Stars Flock To Relish Guns N Roses Reunion Concert


Los Angeles: The ‘Guns N’ Roses’ reunion on stage after more than 22 years on April 1 turned into a celeb affair with the presence of who’s who of Tinsel Town.

Most of the classic lineup of the legendary rock band, playing a last-minute show at the Troubadour club in West Hollywood in front of more than 250 people, included celebs such as Bradley Cooper, Kate Hudson, Jim Carrey, Chris Brown, David Arquette and Emily Ratajkowski, reports E! Online.

It was a very special night for Cooper as he escorted his special date in with him and she is none other than his mum Gloria Campano.

The two were photographed driving and walking near the venue.

While cameras and other recording devices were reportedly banned, some fans managed to capture few photos and videos and post them online.

Ratajkowski posted a video on her Instagram page and wrote, “Is this real life? #gunsnroses #slash.”

Hudson too shared the clips from the concert on her Snapchat.

Guns N’ Roses performed songs hit tracks such as ‘Welcome to the Jungle,’ ‘Sweet Child of Mine,’ ‘Mr. Brownstone,’ ‘It’s So Easy,’ ‘Rocket Queen,’ all from their 1987 debut album ‘Appetite for Destruction.’