​Chloë Grace Moretz danced to Destiny's Child on TIFF's first night while Haim's surprise set covered Shania Twain

By Jen Kirsch

Chloë Grace Moretz let her hair down after the premiere of Greta and made a quick costume change before heading to Soho House for the Grey Goose-sponsored Monsters and Men after-party. Fresh from Venice, she rolled in with three other friends in tow, having swapped the Victorian-style Erdem number she wore on the red carpet for a maroon shirt dress and black pumps bedecked with gold ankle chains. The leading lady and her entourage b-lined for the bar before hitting the dance floor to boogie to Destiny Child’s "Jumpin’ Jumpin’."

Chloe Grace was photographed at Weslodge before heading to Soho House with pals. Photo: Steve Blackburn/Getty Images for ICONINK

At the other end of the room was a dapper Denzel Washington mini-me, his son Mr. John David Washington , toasting his first starring role in Monsters and Men with members of his cast. Clad in a purple suit, the star was spotted grabbing flutes at the bar and pouring bubbly for his castmates.

John and his castmate Chante owned the dance floor! Photo: Stefanie Keenan / Getty Images for Grey Goose

The Drake-heavy beats that played throughout the party got both Chloë and John up on the dance floor (although not together, but wouldn’t that be something!), and by the end of the party, the room was abuzz with most partygoers cutting the rug, drinks in hand. A few cast members from tonight's star-studded premiere, The Hate U Give, were in tow too and got in on the dance party. (Shoutout to Chante Adams for her eye-catching moves. Despite her off-white, fitted satin skirt, complete with train, girl got low!)

Over on King West at the Maverick Social after-party for Toronto Life’s Best Dressed, Keith Richards daughter, Alexandra Richards played a night-long DJ set, showing her musical royalty chops. If the night were to be but a headline, it would be: Hollywood up and comers came, saw, and conquered!

And just up the street at the RBC House, girl group HAIM delighted revellers with a surprise concert. The ladies played a cover of Shania Twain’s "That Don’t Impress Me Much" plus Fleetwood Mac and a Tom Petty tribute, to boot.

HAIM surprised partygoers with an intimate set. Photo: Sonia Recchia, Getty Images for RBC

Follow along with us tonight on Twitter and Instagram for of-the-minute tidbits as we take you into what is always one of the hottest nights on the TIFF party circuit. Bottoms up!

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