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Rich Guy to Rod Stewart: Yes, I Want Your Body

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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YOUNG HEARTS Stewart with friend, Schwarzman (inset)

• Billionaires get man-crushes, too. Just ask Steve Schwarzman. Back in February, the Blackstone Group chairman paid $1 million to get Rod Stewart to play at his 60th birthday party. On Friday, Schwarzman attended another 60th birthday celebration, for the New York Jets's Woody Johnson. The dress code for the event at Doubles called for costumes and wigs, and Schwarzman, in what could only be described as the super-rich-guy version of wearing your favorite band's T-shirt to one of their concerts, came as Stewart.

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