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Marilyn Manson brings in 50th birthday with Courtney Love, Jonathan Davis, more

Marilyn Manson had a star-studded 50th birthday party.

January 7, 2019
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Marilyn Manson celebrated turning 50 over the weekend, and he did it in style with some of our favorite musicians.

Mason had a big party full of guests such as Courtney Love, Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer Karen O, Jonathan Davis, Yoshiki and more.

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The party took place at Madame Siam in Los Angeles and was complete with Manson’s guests singing “Happy Birthday” to him before he blew out a single candle on his cake. You can see some of  party images for yourself below!



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Glad I came out to celebrate my buddy @marilynmanson Love this guy! #marilynmanson #birthday #birthdayboy #2019 #hollywood

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Manson posted several photos on his Instagram account of the party and him posing with his VIP guests and it already looks like it was the bash of the year. It’s unclear what all went down at the gathering, but the photos make it look like a wholesome night. All we really have to say is, where was our invite?



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“Fashion shoots with Courtney Love and Marilyn Manson”

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Yeah yeah yeah. Oh no no no. @ko

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East meets West. It’s the best. Get here and we’ll do the rest. #yoshikiofficial #fireinthehole #youmissedit

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??‍♂️??‍♂️??‍♂️ Happy Birthday @marilynmanson ?so nice to meet you @yoshikiofficial

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Manson’s been having fun with many of our favorites in the new year. On New Year’s Eve at Ozzfest, he and Rob Zombie belted out the Beatles’ classic “Helter Skelter” with Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx. Zombie and Manson had released a studio version of the song last summer, but it was fun to see this trio perform such an iconic track.

Also, before the holidays, he posted a photo with Poppy seemingly hanging out at Disneyland because why not. Manson really is into flexing about his famous friends on his social media and making us wonder if he’s planning on future collaborations, or just having a good time.

It’s safe to say Manson has been living his best life lately and we are here for it.

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Written by Alex Darus