Originally posted by Big BadMan, if this was four years ago, I'd be making a snarky "All right, Britney is back on the market!" post. Now? Not so much.
I would have agreed with you a month or so ago, but I saw picutres of her on Letterman a couple of days ago and she looked great. The public will fall in love with her all over again now that she has dumped K-Fed and (will) cleaned up her image. I expect a new CD out within a year. The CD will hit #1 as will the first song. The rest of the CD will be bleh, but there will be enough interst in Spears again for a sold out World Tour and more money in her pocket.
I weep not for Britney. As with the last three big divroces (Brown/Houston, Phillippe/Resse and Federline/Spears), it is the female who is more talented and will wind up better off in the short and long run.
...that motherfucker is always spiked with pain.....
During one of the morning sports segments, my local news station just reported (tongue in cheek) that Federline intends to support himself after the divorce by "challenging World Wrestling Entertainment champion John 'Senna' to a match on New Years Day".
I wonder how much longer after their split will the mainstream media care about K-Fed's WWE appearances?
Considering no judge in his right mind would award K-Fed ANYTHING and laugh off any consideration of spousal support, K-Fed has resorted to blackmail.
He's holding a SEX TAPE hostage and will release it to the public unless Britney pays up and gives him full custody of the kids.
Kevin Federline: Putting the "K" in Klassy
"That's the thing: Maybe he'll be up and down this season, but when he's up, is there another center in the league quite like him? He protects the rim, passes out of double teams, has great hands around the basket, up-fakes on his jump-hooks, rebounds in traffic, even has a motor that keeps going and going (unlike a stiff like Eddy Curry). I'm not sure what's missing here. This is stunning. This is startling. There's almost no precedent for it. Just what the Lakers needed: More obscenely good luck. Meanwhile, I have to watch Al Jefferson whip jump-hooks off the front of the rim for the third straight season. I will now pour scalding hot water down my pants." -Bill Simmons on Andrew Bynum (11/08/06)
I like Stephen Hunter, because sports aren't Tony's big thing (so it stands to reason that a non-sports guest is best). Bob Ryan next, because they get to talking like it's just the two of them, and it makes for good radio (IMO).