Diane Levine for AOL
All of those games and food make for a great party, but you still need a soundtrack, one that can get the room bouncing. After several strong DJ sets, including one by DJ Vice, Jason Derulo got that part taken care of with his smash 'In My Head,' which definitely upped the party ante. But the man most in the mood to party was special guest Wyclef Jean. Before he took the stage to join Derulo, Jean told AOL Music in his trailer his next album was all about feeling good and after his difficult experiences running for President of his native Haiti, for which he received death threats, he was ready to celebrate with music again.
He found that festive spirit on this night, continually extolling the young Derulo, a fellow Haitian, a fact Jean is very proud of, telling us, "There aren't many Haitians in the pop world," in between asking all Fugees fans to raise their hands as the two dueted on Bob Marley's 'No Woman, No Cry.'
But then truly getting into the Maxim mood, Jean invited all the sexy ladies onto the stage, leading to a near free-for-all as dozens of women took him up on his offer, joining him and Derulo to pack the stage with revelers.
Watch Wyclef Jean perform 'Hips Don't Lie.'
Watch Jason Derulo perform 'In My Head.'
Watch Jason Derulo and Wyclef Jean perform 'Ridin' Solo.'
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