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    Wiz Khalifa read a really weird copy of The Great Gatsby if that’s his Prohibition-wear.

    The Snoopadelic Cabaret was right there for Will Smith, but no. He had to play the Daisy to Snoop’s Gatsby, forever out of reach.

    Smith had dinner at Tao with Marc Anthony and Romeo Santos before heading over to Marquee for the night. That means that Snoop was left to hold down the Cabaret at Tao with a little help from Wiz Khalifa, who got up for “Young, Wild and Free.”

    Snoop also pulled an assist from Jamie Foxx, who was walking around the restaurant earlier in the night talking to diners, took to the stage to do “Gold Digger,” then held down the fort while Snoop went into the crowd to mingle on his own. Which includes spending time with Dax Shepard, who had a table there. But good God, you give Jamie Foxx one song nine years ago and he just doesn’t let it go, ever.


    “No, all I’m saying is you, me, Bieber and a trip to OG.” (Photos by Erik Kabik)

    To the surprise of absolutely no one, Floyd Mayweather remained undefeated after Saturday night’s decision against second-time sacrificial lamb Marcos Maidana. And what do you do after you pad out that record some more? You go to Rehab.

    Mayweather partied yesterday with Jamie Foxx, 2 Chainz and Fabolous. Of course, Fab did the pre-fight party too, at Tao, where Flo Rida, Tank, the Mavericks’ Greg Smith and Mike Tyson were all hanging out. We guess this is why the Biebs didn’t come to that party, given how Tyson feels about Canadians. Tank and Mayweather moved on to Chateau in the evening, with the champ bringing along about 100 friends and fam. Least he could’ve done was invited Ray Rice along. He doesn’t have anything going on right now. (more…)


    Django said knock you out.

    This is just a banner week for Mike Tyson. First his Adult Swim cartoon gets a trailer, now he has Jamie Foxx playing him in a movie that may involve Martin Scorsese.

    Just one problem: The movie is about the young Tyson’s rise, and Foxx is 46.

    But don’t you worry! They’ve got some sort of new animation that can handle this. They probably just reverse-engineered the Benjamin Button program, we guess.

    “Within a year to 18 months, we’re going to do the Mike Tyson story and he’s going to portray me, and now they have this new animation; because you know Jamie’s pretty much my age so he can’t portray me but they have this new system,” Tyson told the Mirror.

    There is, unfortunately, no computer in the world powerful enough to make Foxx even one-sixteenth as terrifying as a 20-year-old Tyson.


    Still not messin’ with no broke, broke.

    Apparently the International Date Line-hopping Tao flight wasn’t the only thing Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio got up to on New Year’s. After Kim, Kanye and the Kanyebe (yes, we’re going to keep calling it that until it catches on) hosted at 1 Oak, Foxx got on mic to do “Gold Digger” for a crowd that included Leo, Kevin Connolly, Jonah Hill, John Legend and Emmannuelle Chriqui. We’re sure the Kanyebe (USE IT!) was duly impressed.


    That is some aggressive cake-eating. (Photos by Al Powers. Additional photos by Brenton Ho.)

    Brandy had a solid audience in front of her when she celebrated her engagement/New Year’s Eve at Lavo. Her husband-to-be Ryan Press was there, because he pretty much had to be. But people who didn’t have to be there included Jamie Foxx, Kevin Connolly and Emmanuelle Chriqui. With Piven over at Hyde, we were just a Adrien Grenier and Kevin Dillon away from collecting the whole set. And we guess Jerry Ferrara, too, but we imagine getting a Jerry Ferrara is like getting a Kurt Bevacqua in your ’86 Topps packs. Everyone has several, and most people just jam ‘em in the spokes of their bike.

    Meanwhile, Tao had J Cole for a three-song set and Benny Benassi kicked off his 2013 Metamorphosis residency at Marquee.


    Regular people, doing regular people things, surrounded by nearly naked go-gos. (Photo by Al Powers)

    Tao let its 100,000th Facebook fan host Worship Thursday last night, which is kind of a terrible idea when you consider she isn’t a crazy celebrity liable to do something stupid. Where’s the fun in that? Still, San Diego’s Jaime Zielinski did the whole deal in a room that included Jamie Foxx, Warren Sapp and Cullen Jones. Seems like they’re kind of going about the whole thing backwards. Next time, let the guy who can get Ron Howard to appear in the video for his vanity-project song do all the hosting, Tao.


    Bearded Jamie Foxx looks like he’s ready to play Young Rick Ross. (Photos by Cassi Thomas | Erik Kabik Photography)

    Benicio del Toro was at Tryst, Charlize Theron turned up at Spago on Saturday and Jamie Foxx hit up Rehab on Sunday. It was apparently 2-for-1 drinks weekend for Academy Award winners. We’re kind of surprised Whoopi Goldberg wasn’t trolling for discounted Bud Lights, forlornly clinging to her Best Supporting Actress statue.

    Foxx hit the Rehab stage with Ne-Yo, while Sean Kingston and Nipsey Hussle also performed and Carmello Anthony checked into potential Knicks trading partners who had cap space from the VIP. Foxx double dipped into the Rehab afterparty at Vanity that night where he was pouring out shots for girls around him. DJ Whoo Kid also made an appearance, so you can rest easy that the G-Unit made its presence felt. That was nearly a crisis.


    You can really feel the unpreparedness from here. (Photos by Erik Kabik | Retna)

    It was the sucker punch heard ’round the world on Saturday night when Floyd Mayweather knocked out Victor “Headbuttin’” Ortiz at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in a moment that won’t exactly go down as a paen to courage and grace under pressure. It will, however, go down in a lesson in protectin’ ya neck, because apparently Ortiz wasn’t paying attention to Professor RZA.

    In the crowd for all the chin-checking they could handle were Mark Wahlberg, Diddy, Jamie Foxx and omnipresent Salacious Crumb to Money’s Jabba the Hutt, 50 Cent.


    Teach me how to Jamie, teach me teach me how to Jamie. (Photos by Chris Weeks)

    Jerome Bettis, Toni Kukoc and Drew Brees all tied the Friday round of the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational at 55. Their prize? Being serenaded by Jamie Foxx. The star of Stealth performed at a private gala for the celebs at Aria, that included a set from Boyz II Men and comedian Kevin Hart.

    On the course, ESPN’s Stuart Scott let a 15-year-old take a shot at 17, offering $1,000 for his college education if he dropped the ball within 15 feet of the pin on the 164-yard par 3. He didn’t make it, and now he has to deal with the downside of failing the shot — editing Chris Berman’s sizzle reel. Bad call, kid. Never should have taken that bet. (more…)


    Huh. The cover of the Jamie Foxx album is just a pic of Foxx with some text hastily scrawled on? (Photos by Denise Truscello)

    A birthday party and an album release party. It was exactly the kind of night that Jamie Foxx loves: One entirely about Jamie Foxx.

    He celebrated the release of Best Night of My Life at the Playboy Club inside the Palms last night, scored a key to the club and did a few tracks for the crowd. He also snuck in a birthday party at the Hardwood suite and dinner at N9NE Steakhouse.

    The album doesn’t come out until Dec. 21 — just in time for Christmas, in case you have to buy a gift for someone you clearly hate. Soulja Boy and Jamie Foxx together on one track? Christmas miracles really do come true.