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Britney's aunt begs her to come home

Britney Spears’ favorite aunt says that what the pop star needs more than rehab is to get herself back home.
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Britney Spears’ favorite aunt says that what the pop star needs more than rehab is to get herself back home.

“Britney has to sort her priorities out and quickly, before it is too late, otherwise she may end up dead,” Chandra McGovern, who was married to the singer’s uncle, told the UK’s Daily Star Sunday. “’It is heartbreaking to go from knowing Britney as she was as a child to seeing how she is now, with everything falling apart. It is sad.  It has all gone horribly wrong for Britney and I am truly terrified about what might happen to her.”

The “Toxic” star needs to breathe some of that good old Louisiana air, says the 32-year old McGovern.

“It would give her the chance to breathe some fresh air and take her time to discover herself again,” she said.  “She has been on an emotional roller-coaster for the past few years and it has obviously crashed off the rails.”

England loves David GestDavid Gest is ready for his close-up — in the U.K.

The oddball producer —  best known in the U.S. as the man who married Liza Minnelli, then tried to sue her, claiming she beat him up — has become a popular and beloved star in England, even landing his own television show.

Gest started out in the UK on the C-list celeb fest: “I’m a Celebrity — Get Me Out of Here,” has landed a spot as a judge on “X-Factor,” the UK version of “American Idol,” has been named as a panelist on another  television talent show called “Grease is the Word,” and later this year is getting his own prime-time program, “The David Gest Show.”

He has also inked a deal, said to be worth nearly $2 million, to write his memoir, is frequently mobbed by fans and the sound of Gest snoring is available as a ring tone.

“In the US, he may be considered a bad joke but over here we adore his eccentricity — and it seems he adores us,” noted the London Express, which quoted Gest as saying: I’m friends with every cab driver in London and I love it because they relate to the real world. See, I love the people and they love me.”

Notes from all over
Pamela Anderson
is addressing — sort of — those rumors that she’s reuniting with ex-hubby, rocker Tommy Lee, who she divorced and charged with spousal abuse and who is the father of her sons. “My biggest concern has always been my boys — they are completely well adjusted and happy and thriving," she writes on her blog. “Their Dad has been in their lives in a productive but small way over the years — I’ve tried to remarry — move on — like any other single mom I’ve tried to create a healthy example for my kids always, that’s why I realized early on that we are better off on our own right now and work on our friendship if nothing else with their father who’s admittedly made mistakes but adores us. “People do need time to grow up sometimes. I have faith that we’re heading in the right direction. I’m really not interested in bringing any other men into our lives.”   . . .The daughter of Cubby Broccoli, the originator of the James Bond film series, says her father would have so loved Daniel Craig in the role of the secret agent, that the mere thought of it brings her to tears. “When Daniel did that scene where he shoots the gun, I burst into tears because that’s all I could think of, that ‘I just wish my father was here to see him in this role.’ Because I think he would have loved him,’” Barbara Broccoli told FilmStew. . . . “I’m not the funniest man in America,” Chris Rock said while promoting his new movie, “I Think I Love My Wife.” Jim Carrey has receipts that’ll prove he’s actually funnier... Borat’s the funniest man in America right now.”

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