Chris sips on $15,000 champagne

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London - Chris Brown sipped on $15,000-a-bottle champagne while partying on Monday night (06.05.13).

The 'Fine China' singer - who celebrated his 24th birthday over the weekend - was clearly still in the party spirit, hopping from club to club after attending the annual Met Ball in New York City.

Chris and an entourage of 20 friends followed the star-studded bash with a trip to Big Apple hotspot Top of the Standard, a rooftop club located in The Standard hotel, where the 'Turn Up the Music' hitmaker was spotted dancing by a corner booth.

Not ready to end the night, however, the crooner and his pals then moved on to Griffin night club in New York's Meatpacking District. The group arrived just after 3:30am, according to the New York Post newspaper, and the showman happily treated himself and his companions to expensive bottles of Ace of Spades champagne, which are priced at $15,000 each.

Chris was seen jumping "on a table and started dancing shirtless", according to an onlooker, but the party didn't last long as the club closed just 40 minutes.
The singer recently confirmed his split from 'Diamonds' hitmaker Rihanna, insisting he was too young to settle down.

He said: "I can't really be focused on wife-ing somebody that young, and I'm young too. I just got to step forward and be the man and be the best Chris Brown I can be instead of worrying about whoever else is going to be in my side pocket. " - Bang Showbiz

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