SHORT CUTS: Diddy's Unforgiveable Ad Banned

SHORT CUTS: Diddy's Unforgiveable Ad Banned

Published September 21, 2007

Posted Sept. 13, 2007 -- Sean "Diddy" Combs is turning out to be too sexy for the tube -- at least his commercials are. The multi-hyphenate entertainer is being asked to edit a TV ad for his latest fragrance "Unforgivable."

The racy commercial reportedly shows Diddy getting it on with Jessica Gomez in a stairwell and a hotel room. After MTV screened the ads, a list of edits was sent to the music mogul before censors would allow it to air. The most eyebrow-raising footage includes Diddy "hiking up" Gomez's skirt, putting his hands under her dress, and a scene with another woman holding Gomez's breast and pulling down her "underwear."

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Diddy has refused to edit any of the scenes, sources say. This is the second time one of th entertainer's ads have made censors pause. Last year, he received a similar response for "Unforgiven" print ads, which were found to be too hot for bus stops.

In other Diddy-related news, the Atlanta woman he fathered a child with is talking about their relationship and how ex-girlfriend Kim Porter knew all about her. 

"She definitely knows who I am," said Sarah Chapman in an exclusive interview with "Yes, it's true, we've had words. [Kim] knew about my pregnancy prior to her getting pregnant. In fact, Kim and I met [Sean] at the same time." 

Howard, Beyonce Among People's Best Dressed

People Magazine puts actor Terrence Howard, Beyonce Knowles and Jennifer Lopez in its annual list of best dressed celebrities for 2007. Other sharply dressed women included Gwen Stefani, Katie Holmes, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Biel, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, Reese Witherspoon and Ali Larter. Among the dapper man, David Beckham, Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt and George Clooney were mentioned.

Earning recognition among the year’s best dressed couples are Halle Berry and her babydaddy-to-be Gabriel Aubry; and newlyweds Tony Parker and Eva Longoria. And for the worst? People picked Janet Jackson and Kirsten Dunst for wearing the "worst red carpet dresses" of the year.


Written by BET-Staff


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