Last week was a good one for Chris "Ludacris" Bridges. First, the rapper-actor won the copyright infringement lawsuit filed against him and Kanye West for the 2003 hit 'Stand Up.' Then, to celebrate, he hit the town in L.A. for the MTV Movie Awards, stopping by twice Friday at the House of Hype, a palatial estate up in Beverly Hills turned into a gifting house for talent by day and nightclub at night.

"I got some good electronics," Luda said of his swag score on the red carpet the day after. "I think the best thing I got was a laptop," before remembering that he got a motorcycle, too. No wonder he went back Friday night.

Saturday at the awards show he got to check out fellow Hotlantan Cee-Lo, who performed as part of Gnarls Barkley. "Cee-Lo's from the hometown," Luda said. "I'm really supportive of him and I love what he's doing, it's different, that whole group. I'm really excited to see Gnarls Barkley perform."