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Jamie Foxx Pours into Club -- to Bartend?

9/10/2007 1:42 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Oscar winner Jamie Foxx made a late night appearance at Tao nightclub in Vegas over the weekend, helping to do some in crowd bartending. Who needs a glass?!
Jamie Foxx
TMZ snapped this photo of Foxx around 4:00 AM at the Bocaj Vodka Party at the Venetian, where he attempted to pour a little somethin' in a lucky dreamgirl's mouth. She was plucked from the crowd with the help of Jamie's trusty little flashlight. Smooth operator!

No word on if she actually got a taste of his cocktail.

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16.

Sandy    

Will someone please clear Brittney off the tracks, make room for this train wreck coming down the line!!

Jamie, go back to being just Jamie, you are trying to hard to be something else.

2414 days ago
17.

Rev    

Man I Wish I Was Jaime. Don't You #5?Ha Ha Ha.

2414 days ago
18.

Qweesi    

What a fun guy... and as gay as it gets w/ his dead on female impersonations; overly-groomed, Bernie Mac hairline. He's such a woman.

2413 days ago
19.

LasVegasVic    

Variety criticized my upcoming movie - The Kingdom - Boo hoo ...waaaaa

" Where pic goes astray is inturning anonymous, indigenous peoples into ducks at a shooting gallery. In "Black Hawk Down," the alleged good guys mowed down hundreds of faceless Africans; here, it's Arabs, in what seem like comparable numbers. The sense of vicarious sport is the same; anyone in a caftan or a kepi is fair game.

Which is too bad, because "The Kingdom," for the most part, tries to be a serious drama about an ongoing crisis, begging the question of whether a movie attempting to spark serious debate should be pandering to the worst instincts of its audience. On the other hand, this isn't exactly "Frontline."Berg adopts a faux-doc shooting style that becomes a tiresome exercise in the kind of handheld camerawork that perhaps once implied immediacy but now implies a lack thereof. "The Kingdom" doesn't have the complexity of "Syriana," nor the real-life pathos of "A Mighty Heart," but it's equally spasmodic, to no real end. More drama and less frustrated action might have kept this "Kingdom" from falling."

Save your money folks ...


2413 days ago
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