Macy Gray took the banking world by storm at CLSA's very exclusive private party last night. Squeezing 1,500 bankers into a party is not an easy task, so many people were disappointed. But CitySeen thinks Macy can't be bothered with logistics. So what if there are 3,000, or 1,500? Or if no one is watching? At 2am on Tuesday - the first night of Macy's stay in Hong Kong - the pop star famous for her deep, croaky voice, demanded to see some of the nightlife. 'I want to go out ... let's go out.' And off they went. Out of the Mandarin Hotel and into Dragon-i, but this time, it was even less eventful than Naomi Campbell's visit a couple of weeks ago. Never mind the fact that there were no paparazzi, there was not even a crowd. Not even Gordon Lam or Gilbert Yeung were there. But that did not stop Miss Thang. The night owl dug out some records and gave a private session to a crowd of three - two members of International Fixer, and a very lucky painter, who was there doing some late night refurbishment.