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Video: Gwyneth Paltrow and Cameron Diaz Channel Their Inner Rap Gangstas

October 13, 2012 (3:42 am) GMT
Gwyneth welcomes Chelsea Handler to her new studio by dropping some cheeky rhymes about her, while Cameron provides music with her beatboxing skills.

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and congratulated their friend in an unconventional way after the TV host moved to her new studio. Instead of sending a card or bouquet of flowers, the "" actress and the "" star made a rap duet that included cheeky lyrics and pelvic thrustings.

The "Chelsea Lately" host introduced "Emcee Gwyneth Paltrow" and "Deejay Jazzy Cameron Diaz" when she filmed her show at the new place. "Yo, Chelsea. We heard that you got a brand new studio. But we know that you got on TV by being a ho," Gwyneth spat her rhymes while Cameron made beats.

Gwyneth who rocked an all-white number was in stark contrast to Cameron who chose to go all-black. "You like black guys, white guys, whoever's around. Your bedroom looks like it's a lost and found. We kinda like you because you're blonde like us, but we can't hang wit' you in public 'cause you drink too much!" they concluded.



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