Blood splattered the dance floor at a celebrity-packed party in a glitzy new Times Square nightclub after two men were stabbed early yesterday, cops said.
Rap star Busta Rhymes and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" stylist Kyan Douglas were among the notables gyrating at Show, a hot spot on W. 41st St., when a brawl broke out between two groups after 3 a.m.
The invitation-only party was sponsored by clothing line Von Dutch, whose motorcycle-inspired ensembles are a staple for city hipsters.
Edward King, 19, and Michael Smalls, 24, were knifed in the stomach. Both were in stable condition at St. Vincent's Medical Center yesterday.
"I got stabbed, that's it," King said from his bed, hours after surgery for internal injuries. "I don't know anything, who stabbed me. Nothing."
Police sources said the injured men were uncooperative and tried to flee the club in a limousine before security stopped them and called 911. Both have had run-ins with police before.
"They are spinning a story that a fight broke out near the stage, and they were innocent bystanders," a source said. "We're not sure we believe that."
In February, Rhymes' sport-utility vehicle was sprayed with bullets while he visited his manager in Chelsea. No one was injured.