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Nicole Richie used to have her own band

The socialite and former “rap star” Nicole Richie — who’s the adopted daughter of crooner Lionel Richie — says she’d get her old rap group back together if her career in fashion goes south.

“I do love music and I did actually have my own band once,” she said. “It was a rap band. I was eight and we were called Caution. It was my two friends, they called me and said, ‘We’re in a band called Caution’. And I was like, ‘Can I be in it?’ So they made me audition!

“I had to sing down the phone even though we were a rap group. But they let me be in it. I really thought it was a big deal.”

Recent reports claimed Richie has called off her wedding to fiance Joel Madden.

Their wedding is off for now,” a source told American tabloid the National Enquirer.

“Nicole is disgusted that Joel’s thrown himself totally into his work, and she’s now questioning his commitment to family life.

“It’s become a joke among Nicole’s family and friends how many times she’s planned and postponed the ceremony. Nicole’s dad Lionel even started referring to her as the little bride who cried wolf.

“Nicole is disturbed that Joel seems more interested in being on the road with his buddies, boozing and hanging out in bars with groupies than he is in sharing family time in L.A.

“The fire is dying.”


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