Connor Cruise's Birthday Party Was Sponsored By A Video Game

Tom Cruise has an estimated net worth of $250 million. His recent flick, "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol" has made over $191 million at the box office. Yet Cruise didn’t have to pay for his son Connor's 17th birthday party, which was held at an intimate little venue in Los Angeles: The Hyde Lounge inside the Staples Center. Connor, the adopted son of Cruise and Nicole Kidman, had his birthday party sponsored in style last week by the video game "Just Dance 3" and SBE. The teen helped raise funds for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals at the bash, in which he and pals, along with sister Isabella, enjoyed a Clippers vs. Mavericks basketball game.

Connor fancies himself something of a DJ and goes by the name DJ C-Squared. He and his friend, DJ D-Wrek, spun records at the party and showed off some smooth moves playing "Just Dance 3."

The teen was apparently "showered with gifts" at the bash, including two cars courtesy of California Superstores, according to reports.

Longtime Cruise family friend Jamie Foxx also gave the budding DJ a turntable set. No word on whether that, too, was gratis.