It has emerged that even some of the world's biggest superstars haven't been exempt from the affects left by Hurricane Sandy this week, with reports that Beyonce, Jay-Z and their daughter Blue Ivy were forced to leave their home.
The family usually reside at their plush $6.85 million Tribeca penthouse, however, they were allegedly forced to flee for their safety after their apartment block suffered a power cut. According to the New York Post's Page Six, Bey, Jay and 10-month-old Blue travelled uptown where they are said to own another home.
However, it wasn't all bad for the family as the hip-hop power couple attended a star-studded Halloween party this week where they mingled with the likes of Russell Crowe, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dita Von Teese at Cipriani's.
"Leo, jay Z, Beyoncé, Jonah, Dita, what a room, Cipriani 42nd St, amazing space, explodes on Halloween," Russell tweeted.
"The scene at The Mark was buzzing with big names escaping the downtown blackout. Emma Stone and Jonah Hill were at the bar, while Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and André Balazs were at different tables in the restaurant," a source at the party told the publication.
Other stars to be affected by Superstorm Sandy include Rita Ora, Lady Gaga and John Legend, who all tweeted their frustrations about having to cancel appearances and performances.
Meanwhile, Beyonce has been hard at work in the studio recording her fifth studio album and the diva was spotted hanging out with R&B singer Miguel, fuelling rumours they are working on a collaboration. The album will be the first new music Beyonce has released since giving birth to Blue Ivy in January.
She has, however, returned to the stage a couple of times in the last year, performing a series of sold-out shows at the Revel Resort in Atlantic City, and she also joined hubby Jay-Z on stage during his concerts at the Barclay Centre in Brooklyn last month.
Beyonce, 31, has also been announced as the headline performer during the Super Bowl halftime show in February 2013.