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In The Newz #2

Pop hits the tube!
Courtesy of Jive/Zomba
Fred Durst is gonna be a Da-Da again.
Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit
In The Newz #2 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

*NSYNC's Pop video debuted in North America. Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst is gonna be a Da - Da again. Remember rocker Alanis Morissette? She's been testing her new songs out in L.A.

1The latest *NSYNC buzz is all about the new Pop video which premiered in North America on May 28, 2001. The flashy, cutting edge video is set in a club with Chris scratchin' on the turntables, a huge glowing "pop" sign in the background and some of the funkiest dance moves to hit MTV. Backstreet who?

1It looks like the guys had a ton of fun making this video, except maybe Joey who had to tough it out with an injured leg. He injured his leg in tour rehearsals a few days prior to the video shoot and showed up on crutches. MTV reported that a lookalike was used for some shots, but even though Joey was in pain he was a real trooper and did most of the scenes himself. It's a little obvious he isn't in the video as much as Justin and JC (surprise) or Lance and Chris.

1Fred Durst will soon be Daddy Durst - again. According to Limp Bizkit's Web site, Fred is expecting a boy in late August - early September. Durst says in the message that his son's name will be Dallas Durst. The mom isn't identified. This is baby number two for Fred, who also has a daughter in Florida from a previous relationship. Fred will be touring in June 2001 - rollin' rollin' through Europe with Godsmack.

1Remember Canadian pop rocker Alanis Morissette who shook up the airwaves with her angry tune You Oughta Know? Well she isn't done like dinner - she's back. Alanis played a gig at Los Angeles' El Rey Theatre where she previewed eight songs from her next album. It's unknown when her next CD will be released cuz she's in a contract dispute with Madonna's label, Maverick Records. The audience included No Doubt's Gwen Stefani and her sexy boyfriend Gavin Rossdale, lead singer of Bush.

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    Libbyh15

    Libbyh15 wrote:

    Limp Bizkits an amazing hard rock singer :D
    commented: Mon Jan 23, 2012

    taylortot10000
    who r these peeps?
    commented: Mon Jan 23, 2012

    Libbyh15

    Libbyh15 wrote:

    Limp Bizkit that is :D
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