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Joss Stone looking great in this tiny bikini as she candid collecting seashells in Hawaii beach.
Joss Stone is the newest Bond girl. Not in a movie, but in the upcoming "James Bond 007: Blood Stone" videogame from Activision.
Stone's likeness and voice acting will appear alongside that Daniel Craig as James Bond and Judi Dench an M, who are reprising their movie roles for the game.
Stone is also providing an exclusive original song "I'll Take it All," which she wrote and performed with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame.
Joss Stone wants to take more drugs.
The "Super Duper Love" singer openly admits to smoking cannabis and hasn't ruled out dabbling with other illegal substances in future, even though she thinks they are "horrible".
She said: "I don't want to take all those horrible drugs. Although some sound fun, so I might dabble now and then!
"I smoke cannabis, but I don't think it's really a drug. It's more of a herb. I don't regret saying that at all."
When quizzed on how often she smoked, she added to Britain's Star magazine: "It depends if I'm working, and on what song. It's like having a drink."
Source: C Daily
Joss Stone has admitted that she should apologise to Lily Allen for branding her "more a personality than a singer".
The 22-year-old, who released new album Colour Me Free on Monday, made the comments over Allen's stance on illegal downloading.
"'Lily shouldn't be offended. I'm outspoken too, maybe I should call her," she told Metro.
Stone claimed that recording artists should accept that music would be downloaded illegally and should instead make their money from touring.
Source: Digital Spy
British songstress Joss Stone took to the Coachella stage in a short-short white dress, looking very chic and summery. Barefoot and with a flower holding steady in her hair, she twirled around as she and her crack soul band, all also clad in white, dug into one groove after another.
Joss Stone is playing her part to encourage Americans to vote today (Nov. 4) in the 2008 president election. "I keep having interviews about trying to encourage people to vote, and people ask, 'Why do you care, you're English'" Stone tells Billboard.com "That tells me that maybe America doesn't realize how much they affect the rest of the world."
Last night, Stone performed her politically driven new song "Governmentalist" as part of voter registration group HeadCount's sold-out concert at the Highline Ballroom in New York. The show also featured Phil Lesh, Robert Randolph, Warren Haynes, John Medeski, Disco Biscuit, ?uestlove and Stanton Moor, and was streamed live on iclips.net.
"Governmentalist," which Stone wrote in response to criticism she received from a U.K. government official after speaking against poor medical care of Iraq War veterans, will appear on the 21-year-old singer's forthcoming album. Stone says the as-yet-untitled set was written and recorded in about a week earlier this year in Devon, England, and hopes it will be released in April.
"I kind of woke up one morning and wanted to make an album," Stone says. "It's very, very raw. It's a bunch of musicians, writers and myself, and we're just jamming, basically."
Joss Stone led a rocking tribute to Andrew Lloyd-Webber as the musical legend celebrated his 60th birthday with a massive open-air concert.
Great to see her
Joss Stone is writing a song backing Barack Obama's bid to be US president.
Fan Mr Obama, 47, has asked the 21-year-old singer to record a one-off track as the theme to his election campaign.
Devon-born Joss is currently in the studio getting the song ready for November’s election battle with Republican senator John McCain.
Democrat candidate Mr Obama approached her personally because he was impressed by her appeal to both black and white voters in America.
A source said: "Joss is a big supporter of Barack Obama and was very excited to be asked to do this for him.
"He sent a personal message asking her to get on board.
"He has always admired her music and thinks she is the perfect choice because of her unique appeal to black and white voters.
"She believes he is going to be the first black American president and she is honored to be a part of that."
Source: The Sun
Mark Ronson has hit out at rumours Joss Stone once made sexual advances towards him and apologised to the singer for the false claims.
The acclaimed DJ was said to have turned down a sexual proposition from the soul star because he is "picky", according to reports circulating in British tabloids last week (beg14Jul08).
But, in a new post on his official MySpace blog, Ronson declares he has never actually met Stone.
He writes: "I hate commenting on this bulls**t but there's some story going around saying that I refused the sexual advances of Joss Stone and also said she was some 'boring, bland soul chick' or something.
"Let me set the record straight. I was definitely not referring to Joss Stone in that quote and I've never actually met her.
"I'm sure she's a nice person and she has a lovely voice so I wanted to address this rubbish story and apologise to Ms Stone, who kind of gets enough s**t in the press as it is without being drawn into my tabloid drivel."
Source: Contact Music
Joss Stone performed at LA Pride 2008 at West Hollywood Park on Saturday.
Joss Stone Sings For Gay Price
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