Lenny Kravitz closes Art Basel with starry private show for billionaires

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Lenny Kravitz had a starry crowd swooning as he closed out Art Basel Friday night.

Leonardo DiCaprio, French Montana and Venus and Serena Williams were among those seen bopping at the exclusive 75-minute private gig at billionaire investor Wayne Boich’s Miami waterfront mansion.

Kravitz – who was rocking a leopard-print shirt open to his navel and snakeskin trousers – belted out a number of his classic hits, like “American Woman” and “Fly Away.”

Also at the party, “Wolf of Wall Street” Jordan Belfort was given a chilly reception by DiCaprio when he turned up later to the bash.

DiCaprio received an Oscar nomination for portraying Belfort, a former stockbroker, in the 2013 film directed by Martin Scorsese.

“Jordan Belfort saw Leonardo DiCaprio enjoying the party at his private table and excitedly went over to say hello,” one spy told us.

“But he was brushed to the side like a pink sheet stock by Leo, who was focused on his friends.”

We’re told that didn’t seem to deter Belfort, however, as he immediately turned on his heel to mingle with a different group of friends.

Rapper T.I. also took the stage, performing songs like “Live Your Life” and “Whatever You Like.”

Earlier in the night, Wayne and his wife, Cynthia, hosted a powerhouse dinner for a host of big names including Related’s Bruce Beal, SoftBank’s Marcelo Claure, Equinox’s Harvey Spevak, LVMH’s Alexandre Arnault, billionaire Starwood CEO Barry Sternlicht and NBA Star Joakim Noah and fiancé Lais Ribeiro.

Also in attendance were Sebastian Balson, the CEO of Armand de Brignac, Richard Mille’s John Simonian, Ivan Soto-Wright of MoonPay, Peter Smith, the co-founder and CEO of Blockchain, and La Fete du Rosé owner Donae Burston.

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