LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - "If she's lonely now, she won't be lonely long," Country music legend Clay Walker sang for WAVE 3 News.
That was followed by a serenade by Travis Tritt.
"Tell me that you didn't say goodbye," Tritt sang for our viewers.
The Barnstable Brown didn't disappoint.
"I thought it always rained at this party," Actor Terry O'Quin joked.
"When I was on Ellen I gave her some Kentucky bourbon I mean I always try to represent Kentucky," Actor, Josh Hopkins recalled.
"It's a special weekend, the city is incredible, the hospitality," Green Bay Packer, Aaron Rogers told us about Louisville.
WAVE 3 News got the 5-1-5-0 exclusive with country singer, Dierks Bentley.
"It's my first time being here, it's awesome, I have people that are really excited to be here," he said.
We also talked on-on-one with Kix Brooks of Brooks & Dunn.
"It's a great party, been doing this for years, they do it like nobody else," Brooks admitted.
"It's Kentucky, I'm home, we're home, we just got married last week," Eddie Montgomery of Montgomery Gentry told us.
What better DJ than Boy George?
"I come from LA and I thought, well, you know what, I'll just stay awake and come to this great party," Boy George said.
Three-time PGA winner, Jason Dufner, gold medal winner, Bode Miller and UofL player, Stephen Van Treese were also there.
This bash has raised close to 12 million in the fight against diabetes.
"For the fans and everybody to come out here and support the cause, I mean, it's something that's very near and dear to my heart," New England Patriot, Vince Wilfork said.
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