Add this to the reasons that Britney Spears had to dump her hubby: Kevin Federline reportedly was having an affair with a former porn star a full month before Spears filed for divorce in November.
Federline met Kendra Jade, an “exotic dancer” and former porn star, in Las Vegas in December 2005 while his wife was visiting her family in Kentwood, Louisiana, according to Star magazine, and the two stayed in touch.
“Kev and Kendra had sex at their friends’ apartment multiple times, starting in early October,” a source told the tab. “Their friend would phone Kendra and a few other girls to come hang out, and it would always end up with Kevin and Kendra heading off to the spare bedroom!”
Now that K-Fed is a single guy, will he and Jade become a couple? Not likely, says the source, explaining, “They’re just friends who have sex.”
When contacted for comment by Star, Jade said only, “I’m in a committed relationship.”
Home, sweet home?
Looks like it’s getting serious between Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo.
The crooner and MTV veejay are house-hunting in L.A., according to Life & Style weekly.
Minnillo is letting friends know that she may be willing to quit her job in New York to relocate to the West Coast to be with Lachey and, she hopes, launch a film career.
Notes from all overThey said it couldn’t last, and they were right. Tango magazine had called a relationship expert and an oddsmaker to stake odds on various celeb marriages, and in the issue just hitting newsstands, they had given Pam Anderson and Kid Rock’s marriage a 20-to-1 chance, noting “Any couple that has wedding ceremonies in Beverly Hills, Detroit and Nashville is focused on making a statement in the public, not creating a lasting union.” But Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ is even a longer shot, with 30-to-1 odds. Comment the pros: “Compatibility is what happens when two people are alone. When the cameras stop rolling, my guess is that they have little in common.” Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin scored best, with 1-to-1 odds. . . . More than 50,000 “Lord of the Rings” fans have signed a petition to New Line Cinema, begging the studio to make the film with “LOTR” director Peter Jackson . . . . Gwen Stefani says reading about other celebs’ pregnancies helped encourage her to get pregnant. “I got caught up in the whole celebrity-pregnancy thing,” the No Doubt singer told the Calgary Herald. “I am like everyone else who enjoys a bit of nasty gossip. Like, don’t let me open one of those magazines, because I can’t put them down. We’re all addicted to it; it’s gross, but it’s entertaining.”
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