Kanye West Flashes His New Diamond Teeth

10/22/2010 at 09:30 AM ET

Kanye West has a reputation of being a loud mouth, but he took the phrase to a whole new level on Tuesday when he stopped by the Ellen DeGeneres Show with some newly acquired bling: An entire row of diamond teeth! “I just thought the diamonds were cooler,” he explained. “I used to always clean my jewelry with toothpaste anyway so it works out.” And though he justifies his decision by saying, “There are some things rock stars are supposed to do,” the performer admits there are some drawbacks to having a mouthful of sparklers. “I swear my [Cartier] Love bracelet and gold & diamond teeth always set off the metal detector,” he lamented over Twitter. Tell us: What do you think of Kanye’s diamond-encrusted enamel? - Justine Harman

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I think we have bigger problems than your diamond teeth, Kanye. Find a better way to spend your money.

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yoli on

such a sad person, it’s all about himself, totally ridiculous!

Kiyanah on

I don’t think it was such a bright idea. But if he wants to have diamond teeth then let him! I prefer the teeth rather than him being on drugs or something.

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