Wednesday, December 20, 2006

K-Fed: I Love You

There are lots of kinds of love: love for close family members, love for sorta close family members, love for best friends, love for friends, love for former friends, love for pets, love for "in love" purposes, love for cities, love for music, love for food, love for people who still send letters, love for reading, love for cheesy romantic comedies, and, as we will discuss today, love for celebrities.

As faithful readers of this blog and those close to me know, i love celebrity gossip. This is a relatively newfound love. At a job I had a few years ago, copies of US Weekly and People would circulate through the 4 office floors. I like the communal feeling it provided, especially during the days which so bored me, i thought i might melt into my internetless computer. However, at this point, the celebrity discussion remained a workplace distraction.

Then John Kerry lost the election in 2004. I needed a full-on distraction. I needed a topic of conversation to which everyone could relate that would not prompt angry discussions. Even in DC where most people are Democrats, there is such a variety of intense political opinions that I had to let the propensity for discussing politics go. And what better to replace it with than celebrities. Brad and Jen split at the beginning of 2005, leaving plenty to discuss--feelings and speculation. was it angie's fault? was jen to bent on having a career over family? was brad an ass (yes)? etc.

And since I have been able to blog about Nicole, Paris, Brit, and KFed because of their devotion to Taco Bell. Making a connection with people wherein one wouldn't imagine it possible.

And with Brit and KFed's marriage over, the news has been all fun and games. Like reading this article on first thing this morning. The crazy things that FKed feels and says are better than anyone could create.


Kevin Federline Trash Talks WWE Champ

By Stephen M. Silverman

Federline on Oct. 18

Kevin Federline is ready for a fight.

The estranged husband of Britney Spears is scheduled to face World Wrestling Entertainment champion John Cena in the ring on New Year's Day in Miami – and is already talking like he's the winner.

"The real Kevin Federline never backs down from a challenge," Federline said Monday night at Washington, D.C.'s Verizon Center, where a WWE extravaganza was taking place, The Washington Post's "Reliable Source" column reports.

Federline, who earlier this fall signed with the WWE to appear in some staged fights and was even body slammed by Cena in October, was there to promote his New Year's Day face-off.

And though the rapper is poised to for an uphill battle with Spears over custody of the couple's two children – Sean Preston, 1, and Jayden James who was born Sept. 12 – the 28-year-old says he'll be the victor when he meets the 6,1", 240-lb. Cena in the ring.

"Make all your jokes, because New Year's Day I'm the one who is going to be laughing," Federline shouted to Monday's crowd – which, according to The Post, booed him, except for two women upfront who extended their hands.

He also had an announcement for his rival. "Oh yeah, Cena, my name is not K-Fed, it's Kevin Federline, bitch, and I want some and I'm gonna get some."

Spears filed for divorce from Federline on Nov. 6 after two years of marriage. Both Spears and Federline have asked for sole custody of their two sons.


Blogger whipcreamy said...

what about k-fed's other little girl.. do you think britney will keep in touch with her?

12:58:00 PM  
Blogger Liz said...

kfed has two little girls with that babymama. but given that it seems brit no longer keeps in touch with her own children, swapping them for paris hilton, i'd say she will probably ditch the ex step-daughters.

9:52:00 AM  

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