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"It would be a group, and it would be a really fun group. Because all these different reasons. Well, Katy Perry would be so much fun. She’s just like crazy fun and like spontaneous. Diddy has always been very nice to me. Justin Timberlake is the same way, he’s really funny. And, Sheryl Crow is really down to earth and really cool. And like, J. Lo would be a really good dancer!"
-Taylor Swift naming the famous faces she would love to have by her side at a prom. (The singer's discussion with Rachael Ray airs January 3.)
(Make sure to check out our other notable quotes.)
Read More | People
Joaquin Phoenix the musician may have his doubters - but Sean Combs isn’t one of them.
According to the rapper-turned-actor, the Oscar nominee really is an actor-turned-rapper. And since Diddy helped Phoenix record an album, he should know - right?
Read More | MTV Movies
UPDATE: Sources are now claiming that Phoenix’s new rapping career is an elaborate hoax.
Either we’re all being punked…or this will be the most interesting film about a “musician” since Dewey Cox.
On Friday night, Joaquin Phoenix - who announced last year that he was giving up acting for music - put on his very first vocal performance before a Las Vegas crowd. Instead of Johnny Cash, clubgoers at LAVO were treated to three songs from an entirely different type of genre: rap.
Read More | Hollywood Reporter
Who’s that guy Diddy’s staring at? Believe it or not, that’s Walk the Line‘s Joaquin Phoenix. The two - along with Casey Affleck - were spotted partying in Miami Beach earlier this week.
Just a few months back, the Oscar nominee announced that he was giving up acting to focus on his musical career. Hopefully, he’ll also find time to focus on showers and shaving during his retirement. (You can see more pics of the 34-year-old’s new look after the jump.)
Phoenix still has one more film set for the big screen. Two Lovers, also starring Gwyneth Paltrow, is scheduled for a February 13 release.
Read More | Daily Mail
In a recent entry on his vlog, Sean Combs (Diddy) cowered under the covers, spoke in a frightened whisper and admitted to one of his biggest fears: that Sarah Palin, Vice Presidential contender, will become the President of the United States.
“Sarah Palin, you scare me,” Diddy says dramatically, a single flashbulb illuminating the white sheet surrounding him. “She’s worse than the boogeyman!” He cries, eyes wide and haunted with images of Palin White House.
In the video, Diddy shows a clip of Palin’s interview with Katie Couric and goes on to lament the possibilities of the future. “If I stay under the covers, she won’t become President!” He decides, continuing to cower. View the clip after the jump.
Read More | Filibuster Soup
Cue the violins.
In Diddy Blog #12 (“Gas Prices are Too Mother F***in High”), the entertainment mogul talks about his
fight against global warming
Faced with ridiculous fuel prices, Diddy is now being forced to fly…wait for it….commercial. (He also claims to be flying coach, though I think the seat he winds up in is far nicer than anything I’ve ever planted my butt on.)
Well - if the businessman continues to plug American Airlines, maybe he can at least earn himself one of those celebrity discounts.
Read More | E! Online
I’m confused. From what I remember, Diddy often made a big deal about how his girls from Danity Kane looked and dressed.
Now that she’s reached Season 3 of Making the Band 4, did he simply stop caring - like everyone else - what Aubrey O’Day does?
(Make sure to check out our other questionable outfits.)
Read More | Just Jared
Diddy, supposedly acting in the interest of his high profile friends, has decided that he wants to help get them home.
Thanks to the mogul, celebs should no longer have an excuse to rack up a DUI on their record. Now they’ll be able to call up one of the vehicles from the entrepreneur’s car service fleet when they’ve had a bit too much. In other words - they’ll soon be able to pass out in style!
While I think its always wise for boozy stars to have a backup option, there are two major flaws with this plan.
- If a clubgoer really cared about what was best for everyone, they could simply call a cab.
- If he really cared about people “partying responsibly”, shouldn’t he offer the rides for free?
Read More | Us Magazine
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