In December, Barbara Corcoran told The Observer that if she wasn’t invited to the Gods and Goddesses-themed holiday party, she would probably crash it.
We’re actually not sure if Babs ever made it, but from the sound of this “event report,” Corcoran CEO Pam Liebman was definitely in control of the festivities.
“Liebman then commanded everyone to “have the best time ever,” at which point New Kids on the Block’s “Hangin’ Tough” blared through the room. An intentional goof, the music stopped as soon as Liebman declared that the song did not belong at the party, and she needed the emperor to bring out a new DJ. Soon the emperor emerged (another actor), followed by a troupe of dancers, as the DJ switched the soundtrack to Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl.” Then dancers dressed in Roman garb performed onstage, and the guards handed out red feather fans to the Corcoran employees.”
Yes, this is where all those broker commissions wind up at the end of the year. (BizBash via Gawker)