December 10, 2002

Sunday night at Studio 54 inside the MGM Grand, during the pre-party for last night's Billboard Music Awards, LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst and PUDDLE OF MUDD singer Wes Scantlin were handing out invitations for the post-Billboard soiree Durst was tossing at Ghostbar, according to The Las Vegas Sun. Most of the invitations went to drop-dead gorgeous women. Others went to passing celebrities they saw shuffling around the Palms, including Roger Clemens, Nelly and JC Chasez, who were eating at N9NE. Whenever a female would rebuff an invitation, Scantlin and Durst would laugh and sing "She Hates Me", PUDDLE OF MUDD's smash hit single.

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