por Ted Casablanca | Traducido por | mié., 8 nov. 2006 5:47 PM
Breaking up is the new black! First, Hilary and Chad (yawn), and then, Reese and Ryan hit sayonara-ville, semi-shockers both. But now, the moment we all knew was coming has finally arrived: Yep, our beloved Brit Spears-Alexander-Federline has finally come to her Southern-fried senses, announcing today that she’s dumping K-Fed. After appearing supersvelte and sex-ay on the Late Show Monday night, the blond-again Britser, thank heavens, filed for divorce from the freakishly fertile Federline Tuesday. In the legal docs, obtained by those TMZ terribles, B.S.A.F. asks for full custody of her two tykes and waives her right for spousal support.
Is she crazy? Doesn’t she know Playing With Fire is gonna be a cash cow?
Celebs flocked to Melrose Avenue last Thursday for the opening bash of the chic again Original Penguin store; I'm sure you're all on the edges of your lumbar-supporting seats for the deets.
Now, either the stars really dig Penguin duds (gratis, natch), or they were compelled to attend because power promoter Brent Bolthouse was deejaying. Maybe a bit o' both? Anyway, Paris, Lindsay and the rest of the perennial partyers came in droves. But I was pleased to see a few fresh faces out 'n' about, as well.
Much less Penguin potty-mouthed was Haylie Duff, who just finished a turn on Broadway in Hairspray. I asked her how InWhySee's cultural scene compared to Hell -Ay's. Don't laugh! Yes, I did ask said inquiry...
"I love New York, and I love the whole environment of theater," the eldest Duff mused. "I wish we had that kind of community here in L.A."
Oh come on, Haylie-hon, you mean coming to a swanky store opening doesn't do it for you?
"If you have nothing to do one day [in NYC], you're like 'Oh, let's go to a museum,' " she continued, doing her best to play Hell-Ay nice—and not exactly doin' the best job-a-roonie.
"The culture is really different there than it is here. Not better...just different.'" Hmmm.
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