Word is Jamie Foxx has sex every day for 30 minutes to stay fit. The oscar winner revealed that daily love making is the best way to stay slim. He said: "We should all do something for 30 minutes every day to get the heart pumping. I make love to stay in shape." Foxx, who stars in new movie Miami Vice with Hollywood hellraiser Colin Farrell, insists his biggest turn on is someone who he can have a good conversation with - as long as she has a big butt too. He told The New York Daily News newspaper: "I love a beautiful girl that I can have a conversation with. And a good ass - big and round." Meanwhile, Foxx has received five nominations for the BET Awards (Black Entertainment Television Awards), including best male R&B artist and best actor. He is also nominated for video of the year for Gold Digger with Kanye West and received two nods in the best duet category. Click here to see pictures of Jamie Foxx's Extravaganza Video Shoot
Oprah Winfrey, the queen of talk, probably won't be inviting R&B singer/actor Jamie Foxx back on her daytime show anytime soon. Foxx recently angered Oprah by taking a punch at her close relationship with friend Gayle King. The Oscar-winning actor made a reference to rumors about a lesbian-relationship between the two women - which both have strongly refuted - during a show honoring Will Smith on Sunday. According to Fox News, the "Miami Vice" star said, "Will, I was talking about you the other day. I was laying in bed with Oprah, and I turn over to Gayle and I said, 'You know what?...'" The roars of laughter from the audience - which included Will's wife Jada Pinkett Smith, Queen Latifah, Eva Mendes, Chevy Chase and Thandie Newton, reportedly made the punch line inaudible. Foxx insists the quip was made without malice and hopes TV network Bravo will cut the joke from its broadcast. Smith - who is currently starring in "The Pursuit of Happyness" with his son Jaden - was being toasted by the American Museum of the Moving Image.
Oscar winner Jamie Foxx is looking for a wife, but insists the lucky lady will have to sign a pre-nuptial agreement. The actor duetted with Kanye West on hit track 'Gold Digger' and appears to have taken the song's warning about divorce settlements to heart. Of marriage the 38-year-old says, "With that special person, at that special moment, who's willing to sign that special pre-nup." Source: Contact Music
R&B singer Jamie Foxx is being sued by a disgruntled fashion stylist who claims he failed to pay her after she dressed him for several high-profile celebrity events. Freelance celebrity stylist Stacy Young filed her lawsuit against Foxx and his Foxxhole Records label in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday. Young claims the Oscar winner never paid up after she picked his wardrobe for the BET Awards in June 2006 and then again in July of the same year for a series of publicity events for his film Miami Vice. According to the complaint made by Young, Foxx had agreed to pay her $2,850 a day for her services for the awards show and then a further $3,000 a day for what the court documents refer to as the "Miami Vice agreement." Young is seeking an unspecified payment for services rendered and also for the work she turned down while she was employed by the star.
R&B singer Jamie Foxx caught a break in a lawsuit filed against him, where a stylist claims the actor failed to pay for her services. Superior Court Judge Jane L. Johnson rejected Stacy Young's motion to amend her lawsuit on Monday (Jul 24.), ruling that it did not comply with state court rules, after she tried to add allegations that Foxx insulted her and disparaged her abilities in the presence of others. Young and her lawyers maintained that the alleged remarks are grounds for seeking damages for negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Young first sued Foxx for breach of contract in February, claiming he did not pay her all of the nearly $6,000 she said he owed her for work she did in dressing him for an awards show and press junkets. Young's lawyers said after the judge rejected the amendment that they planned to refile the allegations according to court rules. In court papers, Foxx's lawyer, Allison Hart Sievers, maintained the new allegations are "complete fabrications and have no merit whatsoever."