Oops: Alicia Keys accidentally hosts wild party at stranger's home
You probably think we're kidding. We're not.
The 32-year-old singer and her rapper hubby Swizz Beatz were recently renting a home down the street but accidentally entered the wrong one.
Heads up to all the burglars reading this, apparently no one locks their doors in The Hamptons.
"There was a woman upstairs in the bedroom at the house, and she heard noises downstairs," a source told Page Six. "The woman's daughter, a recent college grad, and her friends had been ‘pregaming' earlier in the night before going out, so she assumed that the noise was that they'd all returned home."
When the woman discovered the randoms she was initially startled, as expected for anyone who finds a group of strangers partying in their home.
She finally wiped the "sleep" from her eyes and realized who it was hosting the VIP affair.
"Luckily, all parties saw the humor in the mishap, and the woman's daughter was delighted to later learn about the error."
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