Britney Spears is reportedly looking to powers beyond to solve her marital woes. She’s said to have consulted a psychic.
The singer sought help from the supernatural after her hubby, Kevin Federline, reportedly refused to see a therapist.
“She’s willing to have a third party arbitrate the problems,” a friend told the upcoming issue of Life & Style Weekly, but her spouse of 15 months allegedly refused, saying, “That’s for crazy people. If you want to see a shrink, go by yourself.”
So Brit went to the psychic. “She wants to know if Kevin will cheat, if they’ll have another child and if the marriage will last,” the pal said. Spears, who is said to be up for a role in Broadway’s “Sweet Charity,” also asked the psychic if it would be a good idea to find a role in the play for her hubby, according to the mag. The psychic said that would just mean more problems. Spears’ rep didn’t return calls for comment.
In happier news, Spears reportedly went on a shopping spree in ABC Carpet in Manhattan and dropped $30,000 at Michal Negrin’s jewelry shop there in less than a half an hour. “She was sweet and polite,” a store employee reported. “She just went in and out.”
He’s her Guy, not her fanGuy Ritchie is not a fan of his wife Madonna’s new album, “Confessions on a Dance Floor.”
“Guy thought it was [bleep],” Madonna told Music Monthly. “He prefers Irish folk music.”
The “Revolver” director does listen to Madonna’s music, though apparently not happily. “I’m not your typical Madonna fan,” he said. “Do I listen to the wife's music? Do I have a choice?”
Notes from all overSienna Miller and Jude Law must have patched things up pretty well. The actress is asking producers of her next film to include a part for her formerly unfaithful sweetie, according to reports. Perhaps she should talk to Spears’ psychic. ... Kathy Griffin says that she went to Lance Bass’ house for Thanksgiving. “I go every year,” she told talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Shannon Elizabeth was there and brought a Tofurkey, she said, and so were Macaulay Culkin and his sweetie Mila Kunis, but she noted that the couple “didn’t eat though, they just chain smoke for Thanksgiving.” . . . Bono and Patrick Swayze are embroiled in a dispute over who invented a much-maligned 80’s hair style. “I read somewhere that people think Patrick Swayze invented the mullet,” Bono said, reports Australia’s MX. “Someone needs to tell him I invented the mullet.”
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