At the Michael Jackson bash, Andrew Lloyd Webber joins Questlove as a DJ

At the Michael Jackson bash, Andrew Lloyd Webber joins Questlove as a DJ ...

Call it the phantom of the DJ.

Questlove was slated to throw a Tony nomination party for MJ the Musical Wednesday, but when Andrew Lloyd Webber didnt make it at the eleventh hour, he stepped in to air a hit song at the Michael Jackson celebration.

According to sources, Page Six was scheduled to perform tunes at a Broadway show party at Tavern on the Green to commemorate its ten nominations, but a spy claims that he had to withdraw due to illness.

Questlove, a 51-year-old, accompanied his pal and noted Jackson musicologist DJ Spinna to entertain the crowd at the party, where guests included MJs kids Prince Jackson and ParisJackson, as well as the late King of Pops brothers.

According to a source, Andrew Lloyd Webber, who spins under the nameDJ Webz, caught wind that Spinna would be assisting the turntables and hit the DJ booth.

The legendary Broadway writer of The Phantom of the Opera and Cats, 74, previously jailed several Broadway shindigs for theater A-listers.

Tony nominee Myles Frost was talking to the crowd in an upscale event, who plays Michael on stage and was seen being treated like family by the Jacksons in a VIP room.

Frost, 22, was seen dancing with Prince 25, and Paris, 24, in the wild spinnas of Michaels.

The Jackson family was present at a concert for MJ earlier that night.

During the number Ill Be There, a spy shares, they were seen swooping away tears.

Page Six previously claimed that Paris was bombarded with anger during the same song at the opening ceremony in February, and that she later sent the cast members flowers.

The musical has included Alicia Keys,Michelle Williams of Destinys Child, Angela Bassett, Nick Cannon, Michaela Coel, Jane Krakowski, and Joe Davis.

Questlove''s rep failed to get back to us immediately.

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