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January 25, 2005

Job Swap


Looks like certain stars are thinking about taking their careers in new directions:

--Oprah Winfrey's been bitten by the acting bug again and you can thank the desperate housewives. Marc Cherry, creator of the hit ABC show, wrote a "Desperate Housewives" skit for Winfrey's daytime talk show. She got to play several of the roles.

Her last acting stint was in the 1998 movie "Beloved," which wasn't a hit in theaters. In retrospect, Winfrey said that should have been on TV. "I thought I was done with my acting days, but I loved being a part of the 'Desperate Housewives' so much that I'm thinking I might do something else soon," Winfrey told reporters Sunday. "You got any ideas?" she asked. "I'm open."

--And if you can believe it, Snoop might just give up rap. Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher might want to look over his shoulder - Snoop Dogg is after his job. "My dream is to coach in the NFL, probably for the Steelers," the cornrowed rapper and actor revealed to Lowdown. "Put that out there for me."

And he's got experience: He coaches his 10-year-old son, Spanky's, football team and has recently teamed with Juba Entertainment to organize the Snooper Bowl, a charity concert and football game in Jacksonville on Feb. 5 between Spanky's team and an all-star Florida team.


Posted by Lawren at January 25, 2005 06:35 AM

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After some of the gutless calls Bill Cowher made in the AFC Championship game I'm sure some Steeler fans would be willing to give Snoop a try.

Says: Brian D. at January 25, 2005 08:05 AM

Spanky? as in "our Gang" and "The Little Rascals"? interesting name choice.

Says: at January 25, 2005 09:05 AM

I love the fact that Snoop coaches his kid's team. I remember an article in car and driver (or something like that) about the bus he had customized to take the team to games. Cherry paint and big shiny wheels aside, each seat has a flat screen monitor w/ video game system. I had a whole new respect for snoop after reading about it.

Says: ren at January 25, 2005 11:24 AM

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