While No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani was busy meeting with her new
film agents at United Talent Agency, a fellow rocker was trying to immortalize
the singer on film in a different way, although, unfortunately, you'll probably
never see the results, according to a source at Geffen records.
Gang singer Jimmy Pop Ali showed for a taping of a new MTV variety show set to
appear with 10 midgets dressed as the bare-midriff flaunting crooner.
that's as far as he got.
With the folks at MTV proving too skittish to tear
down one of the few bonafide new video stars they've helped build up since the
days of the Madonna/Prince/Michael triple threat, the producers of the new, uh,
"cutting edge" show "Oddville," said, "I don't think so" to Ali when he
up with his own special homage to the "Don't Speak" crooner, said the Geffen
source, who preferred to remain nameless. The Bloodhound Gang record for
When he insisted on appearing for his interview segment with his
posse of little people, Ali was said to have been kindly asked to leave the set
Ali did as the producers asked, only to be re-admitted later once
he'd shed the Gwenabees and agreed to appear alone. With the Bloodhound Gang on
board, there shouldn't be a dull moment on the
not-officially-sponsored-by-Skoal Skoal Smokeless Tobacco-sponsored
R.O.A.R. tour this summer.