LMFAO Have a Movie 'Up Our Sleeves'

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Nobody's shouting "Lights! Camera! Action!" just yet, but a movie is clearly on the future agenda for the party rockin' members of LMFAO.

"Oh yeah, we've got some stuff up our sleeves now," the group's Sky Blu told Billboard during a conference call to promote the duo's upcoming Sorry For Party Rocking Tour of North America. "We can't give it all away, but (a movie) is something we've definitely been thinking about and putting out in the universe for a minute."

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His uncle and musical partner Redfoo concurred that "an LMFAO movie is very exciting" but worried that it "might be too much for the world. You might have to do some sit-ups and stuff (because) you might be laughing... You might have to stretch your stomach muscles." He added that LMFAO's cinematic goal would be to "change movies" with a level of interactivity that's usually not part of the theater experience.

"You know how the etiquette is in movie theaters, 'Be quiet!' We might say, 'Everybody, right now tweet something!'... during the movie. That might break the lines of the movie... break the seventh wall. Or, 'Take a picture of what's on the screen right now and tweet it out!' What if we did that in the movie? So we've got to really think about it before we do that stuff -- but that's what we're doing. We're thinking about that stuff. We've always got our pads and jotting down ideas."

Redfoo said he and Sky Blue are also "working on new ideas" for LMFAO's third album, but the main focus at present is the tour, which kicks off May 22 in Columbus, Ohio, and will be the duo's first headlining run of arenas. Redfoo says fans can expect "what you would expect from an LMFAO show -- a lot of shufflin', a lot of what's in the videos, bringing the videos to life and just some crazy energy." He's also encouraging those coming to the shows to dress for the occasion -- and he doesn't mean to the nines. "Put on your favorite party rock gear, LMFAO gear," Redfoo counseled. "Get your lenseless glasses and have a good time -- kind of like Halloween but it's party rock, LMFAO."

The tour marks Sky Blu's return to the stage after being sidelined by a back injury earlier this year, during which Redfoo and LMFAO's Party Rock Crew performed in Canada, Europe and Asia. Sky Blu promised that "we're all ready and in shape for this tour," while Redfoo says that while LMFAO did fine in Sky Blue's absence, he's excited to have the act at full strength again.

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"Just looking to my right, looking to my left and seeing my playa partner right there, it's such a great feeling personally because we're like twins on stage," Redfoo explained. "We know what each other's going to say or do and we follow each other's lead, back and forth all the time. We have an incredible rapport on stage, and... the fans love to see us together and all that stuff. So it's gonna be incredible."

Redfoo and Sky Blu said they also hope the tour will put an end to the viral rumors that they were splitting up, which they addressed in a recent online video. "That's the first time we ever encountered that type of stuff. It's completely false," Sky Blu said. "We're family at the end of the day, so that is stronger than anything... We had to make a video to let people know the party kings is tighter than ever, baby." Redfoo, meanwhile, accepted that "it comes with the territory of being successful, being famous, being No. 1."

LMFAO was recently nominated for 17 Billboard Music Awards , second only to Adele's 18. The duo will perform at the May 20 ceremony at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, which will be broadcast live on ABC.


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