Third Eye Blind singer Stephan Jenkins may be joining the ranks of such past Limp Bizkit studio guests as Method Man, Scott Weiland, and Korn's Jonathan Davis in the near future, as he's been talking to Limp frontman Fred Durst about the possibility of working together.
Although the two have yet to solidify any plans, Jenkins told MTV News that Durst invited him to appear on Limp Bizkit's upcoming album, which currently carries the title "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water," and that he's offered Durst a slot on Third Eye Blind's next work.
The idea for this endeavor came about in mid-June, when both bands performed at two consecutive concerts sponsored by radio stations in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
In the meantime, Jenkins is keeping himself busy by filming a video in Minneapolis for the Third Eye Blind song "Deep Inside You," which appears on the band's platinum second album, "Blue," as well as on the soundtrack to the Jim Carrey
comedy "Me, Myself & Irene."
Jenkins says that the Chris Applebaum-directed clip is reminiscent of the Rolling Stones' video for "Waiting On A Friend," adding that "you know how on a hot summer day, a song can get passed along from one person to another? That's what it's like."
Prior to Friday's shoot, Jenkins shared another vision for the same video, which included Durst as the director and Carrey as his co-star. "We wanted [Carrey] in the video. I don't think he called us back," Jenkins told MTV News at Los Angeles radio station KROQ's annual Weenie Roast. "We wanted to do that Toni Braxton video ['Unbreak My Heart,' where], like, Tyrese is all upset, so he rides off and gets killed on his motorcycle. I wanted to do that, and then I would be Tyrese, and then the part of Toni Braxton would be played by Jim Carrey in drag... but lovingly photographed." [RealVideo]
the video shoot, the members of Third Eye Blind rushed over to the Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul to kick off their Red Summer Sun tour with Vertical Horizon and Splender.