Jamie Foxx Says He Parties Like Leonardo DiCaprio
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During his appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 'Just Mercy' star also admits he's a member of the mile-high club and jokes about his idea of a perfect date.

AceShowbiz - Jamie Foxx never stops partying. Taking part in the "Burning Questions" segment on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", the "Just Mercy" actor likened himself to fellow Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio when it comes to his partying habit.

In the Thursday, January 16 episode of the daytime show, the "Django Unchained" star was asked by host Ellen DeGeneres when he last partied all night long. "I am still at the party," he unhesitatingly replied. "I partied all night long. My birthday was December 13, I have been sleepy and slightly drunk since December 13. Every night. I'm like Leonardo DiCaprio."

During the quiz, the 54-year-old singer/actor was also asked if he is a member of the mile-high club. "Am I a member of the mile high club? That means you get high when you're in the plane? Yes, I smoke. I smoke it up," he initially teased. After Ellen pressed him for the real answer, he confessed, "Yes, I am."

When the question turned to his idea of a perfect date, the alleged ex-boyfriend of Katie Holmes tackled it with another witty answer. "Oh, man. Reading scriptures," he said while holding back his chuckles. "Trying to get closer to the Lord. Hallelujah, Lord Jesus. Trying to be saved tonight. Will you save me, Lord Jesus?"

The host of "Beat Shazam", however, stumbled through his answer when asked what he does that embarrasses his daughters, 25-year-old Corinne Foxx and 11-year-old Anelise Bishop, the most. "I don't wear underwear all the time. It's not a bad thing, I'm a natural person," he began explaining.

"And so, sometimes when I'm working on stuff, my kids…," he stopped mid-sentence before telling Ellen, "Okay, let's just go to something else." He drew laughter when he noted that the audience "have a look of horror on your face," prompting the host to explain, "Yeah, 'cause no kid wants to see their dad walking around with no underwear!"

In his defense, the actor playing Nathaniel Ayers on "The Soloist" pointed out, "I know, I know. I'm just trying to be truthful and honest, and I'm being persecuted for it!"

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