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Tuesday Mar 21, 2006 2:00pm EST
By Stephen M. Silverman
CREDIT: CELEBRITY HOME PHOTOS
Prince recently upset his landlord, NBA star Carlos Boozer, by allegedly turning a $11.9 million rental property into a purple fantasyland.
Boozer, who is renting a West Hollywood home to the musician for $70,000 a month, sued Prince in January, alleging that the singer painted the title of his new album, 3121, and his "prince" symbol onto the exterior of the house, according to papers obtained by the Smoking Gun Web site.
The suit also alleged that Prince had purple stripes painted on the house and installed a purple monogrammed carpet in the master bedroom.
Lawyers for Prince countered the suit with proof that Boozer had collected his rent without complaint, and the lawsuit was dismissed in February – though the Smoking Gun says Boozer can file again on the same grounds.
Reps for Prince had no comment. His lease reportedly ends May 31.
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Flanked by backup dancers The Twinz, Prince plays host at a party for the winners of his 3121 Purple Ticket Contest. His Purpleness hid 18 tickets, Willy Wonka-style, in copies of his new CD, and invited the lucky winners to mingle with pals such as Bruce Willis and Sharon Stone at his West Hollywood home.
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Prince's Purple Reign
So many stars turned out for Prince's 3121 party, we had to wonder: How did all of Hollywood fit into one place? Jude Law hung out with pals in a booth brought in for the occasion, Bruce Willis canoodled with an attractive brunette, Jessica Alba and beau Cash Warren held hands and cuddled, and Jada Pinkett Smith and Thandie Newton danced to Michael Jackson's "Don't Stop."
The high-wattage guest list – including Sharon Stone, Angela Bassett, Ziyi Zhang and Tricia Yearwood – got a special treat when The Purple One took the stage for two sets: First, Prince backed up his protégé, singer Tamar, on guitar for her pre-midnight show. Then after 1 a.m., he played his own music for almost two hours, including new songs ("3121") and old hits ("Purple Rain"). All the while, partygoers at his Hollywood Hills home feasted on sushi, mini-quiches, tuna tartare, raspberry sorbet with chocolate cookies, and star-shaped sugar cookies frosted in – what else? – purple.
I would LOVE to see him play sometime.
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Prince rocks the house at the 10th annual Webby Awards in New York City on Monday. The musician was honored with a lifetime achievement award for his "visionary" use of the Internet, including being the first major artist to release an entire album – 1997's Crystal Ball – exclusively on the Web.
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I heard that he a Jehovah's Witness. I don't know if he still is.
Do you guys also remember when he found Jesus and announced that he was not going to be singing any of his "dirty" songs in concert anymore? Is he still doing that? Cuz I would love to go see him but if he isn't singing the dirty ones I ain't going (also, how many songs would he have left to sing without the dirty ones? like, three??)
Posted 17 June 2006 - 08:47 PM
I saw him in concert in 2004--and yes, he did not sing any of his dirty songs as I recall.
Do you guys also remember when he found Jesus and announced that he was not going to be singing any of his "dirty" songs in concert anymore?
Is he still doing that? Cuz I would love to go see him but if he isn't singing the dirty ones I ain't going
(also, how many songs would he have left to sing without the dirty ones? like, three??)
In fact, when he sang Little Red Corvette--Prince pointed to the audience and let the crowd sing the part about the girl’s stash of used condoms- . I was hoping he'd sing Erotic City, Cream, Do Me Baby among others. Believe it or not that concert was about 2 1/2 hours long and he did jam pack it with songs, some from his then released CD Musciology, but there were plenty of old school Prince songs; Let's Go Crazy, I Would Die 4 U, When Doves Cry, Controversy, Nothing Compares 2 U, Purple Rain. I thought he put on a fantastic show..and I would definitely see him again.
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