Celebrity Smackdown

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October 15, 2006

In what very quickly became a huge day for Hollywood with WWE in town, celebrities flooded the STAPLES Center this afternoon in Los Angeles for the RAW/SmackDown Supershow. From the Carter family to the cast of Jackass to the notorious Kevin Federline, the stars came out today in L.A.

Amongst a myriad of television and music's hottest celebrities including DJ Paul and Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia, Motorhead, Antonio Sabato, Jr., Powerman 5000, Shadows Fall, CW Network star Enrico Colatoni and more, Kevin "K-Fed" Federline described his experience as "a little bit crazy."

"I felt like I was going to get f***ing tackled the minute I walked into this mother******," said Hollywood's bad boy. "This is wrestling, baby; anything goes."

With his new album being released on Halloween, K-Fed admitted that though he used to watch back in the day, he's too busy to watch television now. Between RAW, SmackDown and ECW, Federline said he doesn't "play favorites," but was excited to be introduced to the WWE Superstars and the realm of sports-entertainment.

"I got to meet some interesting dudes, some gigantic dudes that you don't get to meet on the streets that often."

Flanked by his siblings, star of House of Carters Nick Carter, said that his day with WWE was "a dream come true."

"My family grew up on WWE," claimed Carter. "[Today is] incredible and it's been kind of surreal. This is one of the things [my family and I] were always big fans of. There's not a lot out there that's very creative; this is so creative, and still to this day, very entertaining. I love it."

A fan of old school WWE Superstars like the Undertaker, Nick Carter was also heavily captivated by the Sexiest Women on Television.

"Ah, the Divas," mused Carter, "I want to meet them all…I want them to body slam me."

Nick's brother, Aaron was also on hand and was in awe of the massive WWE Superstars at his and his brother's first-ever WWE event.

"I've been a big fan of WWE my whole life," said the youngest Carter brother. "I've basically grown up with all these [Superstars] I'm walking around seeing. Being on a stage that's not mine, it's a cool feeling; I get that anxiety back."

Moments before speaking to WWE.com, Aaron was hoisted over seven feet in the air by the immense ECW World Champion Big Show.

"Big show is crazy," Aaron added. "He picked me up like a hammer. He definitely was after my bling so I gave him some to rock. This has definitely a cool experience unlike any other."

The risk taking daredevil squad of Jackass fame, Steve-O and Chris "Party Boy" Pontius, spent time mingling and carousing with WWE Superstars and Divas in the locker room area.

"There's something inherently macho about these dudes," said an animated Steve-O in between in-ring antics. "There's a lot of testosterone in the air here. I don't think there's enough testosterone in the world."

Both WWE fans, Steve-O and "Party Boy" were eager to encounter the RAW and SmackDown Superstars and even the Chairman of WWE himself.

"I was there when Vince McMahon announced that he was buying WCW," explained an animated Steve-O. "This is my first time meeting Mr. McMahon; he's a pretty cool dude."

"I'm not afraid to send a man to his grave," admitted Party Boy as he gnawed a mouthful of chewing tobacco. "[The WWE Superstars] are all cool, but once you're in the ring with them it's serious business."

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