"Extra" correspondent Terri Seymour caught up with actor Jamie Foxx at the Jenesse Center's Silver Rose Gala to benefit victims of domestic violence -- and while telling of his appearance at the White House, the funnyman did a spot-on impression of President Obama.
Watch the hilarious interview!
"Extra's" Adrianna Costa says "olá" from Rio de Janeiro, along with the stars who voiced the characters in the upcoming animated film "Rio" -- Anne Hathaway, Jesse Eisenberg, and Jamie Foxx.
Costa found out it didn't take much to get the stars on board to jet down to the carnival city. "I was thrilled when they decided to have the premiere here," Hathaway exclaimed. The actress was able to bring her boyfriend, Adam Schulman, and wore a stunning Dolce & Gabbana number from the spring 2011 collection.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour caught up with Anne Hathaway, Jamie Foxx and George Lopez at the sneak preview of their new animated film, "Rio."
When asked about her role as Oscar co-host, Hathaway laughed and said, "I'm just gonna say it: I'm a big dork! I love the Oscars, I love the movies, I love the whole thing, and hopefully that sense of enthusiasm will carry into the show."
Watch the video to find out what else Anne, Jamie and George had to say!
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Jamie Foxx had a lot to celebrate on Sunday night at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas. The Grammy winner, who turned 43 today, celebrated his birthday and the launch of his new album, "Best Night of My Life."
Check out all the red carpet moments and Jamie's performance at The Palms.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour sat down with actor/singer/comedian Jamie Foxx for an exclusive interview about his new album, "Best Night of My Life," and to find out about of his newest business venture.
Of the new album, Foxx says "There's a song on there for every woman."
Foxx has proven he can do it all, having won an Oscar and a Grammy, and now he's launched his own production company.
"I started a company called 'No Brainer' about six months ago," he told Terri. "Already we've sold about two or three shows. We don't wait for the movie or the television to open up for us, we just shoot so we can have content. Everything is going to eventually end up on your cell phone."
"Best Night of My Life" drops December 21. Be sure to check it out!
"Extra's" Terri Seymour and AJ Calloway caught up with Jamie Foxx at BET's "106 and Parks" anniversary blowout, where he admitted he's got a lot on his plate, including a new album, TV deals -- and a movie with Halle Berry!
"I love Halle. We're working on a movie together at the beginning the year next year. Myself, Martin Lawrence and Halle [called 'The Skank Robbers']. It's a Sheneneh and Wanda movie, the characters we played in 'In Living Color.' We rob banks from Northern California to Southern California. It's gonna be hot."
Speaking of Halle, Foxx put her in his new song, "Yep, That's Me," on which he collaborated with Soulja Boy and Ludacris. Hear him sing a few bars to our own Terri!
"Extra" recently talked with a few celebrities and got their reactions to Mel Gibson's vicious rants.
"I hope he gets some help. I hope he can come back," Jamie Foxx said. "Because once you let those things out, you're destroying a legacy. I wanna root for Mel Gibson, but he gets no love right now."
NFL stars Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens wanted to throw in their two cents, but Owens said, "You all got to turn the cameras off, to say what I got to say. Can I get a break? A segment break?"