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Video: No male dancers for Britney?

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updated 10/23/2006 2:44:27 AM ET 2006-10-23T06:44:27

Kevin Federline knows all about Britney Spears’ history with hunky back-up dancers: K-Fed reportedly is forbidding his wife from using male dancers in her new video.

Spears hired Matt Felker, one of the sexy guys from her “Toxic” video, to appear in her new video, according to In Touch Weekly, which reports that her hubby “insisted that Britney fire Matt and all of the other male dancers she’d hired and replace them with females.”

Federline — who was, of course, once a back-up dancer for Spears — is said to be “surprisingly insecure and secretly terrified” that Spears will dump him if her career takes off again.

“Kevin doesn’t want Britney to be making sexy moves again,” an “insider” told ITW. “He’s even telling her she doesn’t need to lose all of her pregnancy weight.”

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Breaking up is hard to do
Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson’s split is getting messy.

Although the couple’s separation began with little animosity, Robinson has grown “increasingly irate” as Hudson has been spotted in public with Owen Wilson, according to Star.

“Chris was feeling good [about their relationship],” after a late August conversation between the couple, a source told the tab. “Then after the split, he hears all this stuff about his wife and this actor. There’s no doubt he’s angry.”

The growing acrimony dismays the couple’s friends. “It’s all pretty sad,” notes the source. “For a long time, their friends looked up to them as the ideal couple. When it was good, it was really good — and since it’s turning bad, it’s turning really bad!”

Notes from all over
Johnny Depp is rumored to be set to wed his long-time girlfriend, Vanessa Paradis. The two, who have been together for eight years, have two children.  . . . In a case of life imitating art, Meryl Streep — who plays an editor in “The Devil Wears Prada” — will do some real-life editing. Streep is guest editing the November-December issue of “The Green Guide,” an environmental mag.  . . . Kirsten Dunst is not one of those actresses who’s tortured by issues of her weight. “I eat healthily,” Dunst said, reports the Scottish Daily Record. “I do Pilates and my mom has a cross-training machine, which I use, but I don’t work out regularly. I like having a few curves. I like being sexy, not sleazy.”

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