February 15, 2005

I wonder if it will turn out that this reporter receives payments from the entertainment industry to spout celebrity propaganda, and there will be a big scandal

There's some hard-hitting reporting on the AP wire today about Kevin Federline, aka that guy who actually married Britney Spears.

Don't call him Mr. Britney Spears. After six months of marriage to the pop star, Kevin Federline is emerging from Spears' shadow.

And how is he doing that? By becoming a fashion designer...in partnership with Britney.

"I'm gonna design the men's and she will design the women's. We're thinking about calling it Pair A Dice because dice are lucky for us."

Yes, that is a fine way to step out from behind your wife's shadow and stand on your own two feet: to use her money and celebrity to start a line of clothing which you will, I'm sure, be totally in charge of designing. Well done.

Incidentally, not only is this article reporting about a celebrity, it is also meta-reporting about a celebrity magazine:

On the March cover of Details magazine, the former backup dancer is for the first time stepping out to reveal something about the man known as Britney Spears' second husband.

Well, thank goodness. I know we have all been wanting to hear what he has to say. The man danced for Justin Timberlake, for god's sake! Anyway, apparently you'll have to shell out for Details to hear any actual revelations about Mr. Federline, since the most remarkable thing we learn about him from this article is that he knows how to indicate parentheses with only the use of his voice:

"I'll tell you one thing, dude I never thought that any of this (stuff) would happen," he says.
Posted by Francis at 09:57 AM | TrackBack
"I'll tell you one thing, dude I never thought that any of this (stuff) would happen," he says.

No stuff, Sherlock.

Posted by: Jon at February 15, 2005 11:22 AM

I hope his clothing designs are similar to what he wears on a day to day basis. I know that I'd love to walk around in cargo pants with a lowrise down to the knee. That's a look he pioneered.

But who's going to break it to him that the wife-beater has already been invented?

Posted by: bpd at February 15, 2005 02:11 PM
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