"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?"
Halle Berry, Alicia Keys, Jamie Foxx and Leona Lewis were just a few of the A-list celebs who took part in Sunday night's Jenesse Center's 30th Anniversary Silver Rose Gala in Beverly Hills.
The Jenesse Center is a charity organization that helps families who have suffered from domestic violence. Oscar winner Halle Berry served as the chair of the event and said, "This year marks a major celebration for Jenesse and all the good work that our sponsors and supporters have enabled us to accomplish for the women and children who rely on our help."
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of FOX's hit comedy "In Living Color," "Extra" has the scoop on what all your favorite stars are up to now.
The sketch comedy series ran from 1990 to 1994 and featured Jamie Foxx, Jim Carrey and "Dancing with the Stars" judge Carrie Ann Inaba.
Find out what the rest of the cast has been up to!
"In Living Color" Stars: Where Are They Now?
Jamie has done it all since appearing on "In Living Color," including winning an Oscar and a Grammy. He is one of five performers to have both a Billboard #1 single and an Oscar for acting. Foxx won 22 awards for his performance as Ray Charles in "Ray."
Davidson continues to serve his country with comedy, participating in USO tours for U.S. servicemen and women overseas. He's also appeared as a guest star on many TV shows.
T'Keyah Crystal Keymah
Keymah has appeared on the Disney show "That's So Raven" and currently provides the voice of Marsha Brubert for the cartoon "American Dragon."
One of the most successful stars to come out of "In Living Color," Carrey has been in many box office hits, including "Yes Man" and "Bruce Almighty." He is also the first actor to get a $20 million paycheck.
Shawn and Marlon Wayans
The brothers can usually be seen together TV and in films. They starred in the hit UPN show "The Wayans Brothers" and appeared in the film "White Chicks" and the "Scary Movie" flicks.
Carrie Ann Inaba
The "Dancing with the Stars" judge spent three years as a Fly Girl on "In Living Color" and was a topless dancer on Madonna's "Girlie Show" world tour.
David Alan Grier
Grier has appeared on various sitcoms and in films. The actor and author published his first book in October 2009, "Barack Like Me: The Chocolate-Covered Truth."
Wentworth is a frequent contributor on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and was recently seen in the Oscar-nominated film "It's Complicated" with Meryl Streep. She is married to "Good Morning America" anchor George Stephanopoulos.
Keenan Ivory Wayans
The oldest of the Wayans brothers, Keenan has written comedy movies "White Chicks" and the mock film "'Dance Flick." He also has cameos in all the "Scary Movie" films.
A writer and producer, Damon Wayans is best known for starring on the hit UPN show, "My Wife and Kids."
Lopez is the best-known of the Fly Girls. J.Lo got her big break as the lead in "Selena." Since then, she's become a recording artist and is married to Marc Anthony, with whom she has two children.
Coles played Synclaire James on the hit FOX series "Living Single." She's also made guest appearances on "My Wife and Kids," "6 feet Under" and "Frasier."
Kim appeared as a guest star on various TV shows and played Ms. Dontwannabebothered in the 2009 film, "Dance Flick."
Oscar winner Jamie Foxx and the lovely actress Stacey Dash showed up at the 2010 Vanity Fair Oscar Party -- and "Extra" wanted to know if it was a "date night."
"We are on a date," Foxx explains. "She's the hottest, and I'm just hanging with her."
He's nabbed an Oscar and a Grammy and wouldn't mind winning a Tony too! The incredibly talented Jamie Foxx tells "Extra's" Terri Seymour he'd be game to star in a musical.
When asked about giving the stage a shot, Foxx started belting "Luck Be a Lady" and announced, "I'd love to do something on Broadway!"
"Extra" caught up with the "Valentine's Day" star at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A., where Foxx and the Fidelity FutureStage program helped deliver new musical instruments to students.
The actor/rapper/singer told the crowd of students he began as a classical pianist and eventually won a college scholarship to study music.
Foxx told "Extra," "To be able to have music should be a given, so I'm glad Fidelity is doing this and I hope that it pushes other companies to really put the focus on our kids."