An Emmy Awards show source told Usmagazine.com that Fox is “in negotiations” with Britney Spears to make an appearance on Sunday’s telecast. “The idea is to have her come on and apologize for the VMAs,” the source reportedly said. “She’s weighing the offer.” A source close to Spears reportedly told US, “I can’t say this is 100 percent not true...[but] if she is doing anything for the Emmys then it’s not going through the official channels.”
K-Fed gets cozy
Kevin Federline hit LA’s Vice nightclub last night for a social networking club’s launch party, E! Online’s Marc Malkin reports. Britney’s ex reportedly hung out with Hugh Hefner at the club, and looked “rather cozy” as he danced with 39-year-old “Baywatch” beauty, Traci Bingham. “She kissed him on the cheek,” an onlooker reportedly said.
Brad Pitt delighted the manager of NYC’s Patek Philippe boutique when he purchased a watch, The NY Daily News’ Rush & Molloy reports, but it was more than the purchase that endeared Pitt to the manager. “He is the most polite, well-mannered, unpretentious customer, and we have lots of celebrity clients,” he reportedly said. “He is a gentleman, ‘true and true.‘”
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck jetted to the African nation of Tanzania this week to observe human rights work being done there, the Boston Herald reports. Meanwhile, Affleck & Damon are getting street corners named after them in their hometown of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Tori Spelling and husband Dean McDermott may be heading to Broadway, The NY Post’s Page Six reports. The couple has been offered starring roles in “Chicago” and “are currently in talks,” Spelling’s rep reportedly said.
And finally, Eminem is working on his first studio album in three years, Billboard reports. In an interview with Hot 97 radio, the rapper reportedly said, “For a while, I didn’t want to go back to the studio ... I went through some personal things. I’m coming out of those personal things [and] it feels good.” The album’s release date is TBD.
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