The result, Chasens, was renowned for that dish and was the site of the post-Oscars bash for years.
The Zimbabwe-born blonde wore a simpleblack dress, paired with a black jacket, and attended the bash with her brother Shaun.
"He was naked for a long time at the party… He didn't seem to care what he did," a woman at the bash told US Weekly.
"to strike violently," 1640s, perhaps of Scandinavian origin, from Old Norse *basca "to strike" (cf. Swedish basa "to baste, whip, flog, lash," Danish baske "to beat, strike, cudgel"); or the whole group might be independently derived and echoic. Figurative sense of "abuse verbally or in writing" is from 1948. Related: Bashed; bashing.
"a heavy blow," 1805, from bash (v.). Meaning "an attempt" is attested by 1948. On a bash "on a drunken spree" is slang from 1901, which gave the word its sense of "party."