Now, I will tell everyone that the New York Daily News isn't the best place to get your information, it's more like a tabloid/gossip newspaper with the entertainment but read this.
What could be more cheesy and entertaining than Britney Spears and Kevin Federline's upcoming wedding?
Why, Federline's bachelor party, of course.
Lowdown hears that the beleaguered pop tart is treating her fiancé and his pals to three days and nights in the "Real World" Suite in Las Vegas' Palms Casino Hotel for his official farewell to the single life.
It normally costs $10,000 a night to rent the three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot palace.
Spears' rep, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, initially told Lowdown: "Britney is friends with the owner of the hotel, so you do the math. I'm not involved in the planning."
But an hour later, Zelnik scoffed at the idea of a Vegas bachelor party for Federline and his guests - including, strangely, Dennis Jackson, the brother of "Moesha" actress Shar Jackson, Federline's abandoned ex-girlfriend and the mother of his two kids.
Yesterday, a rep for the Palms Casino also denied that Spears had booked any rooms.
According to a Lowdown spy close to Shar, Federline is getting a $2,000 monthly stipend from his future wife, but so far isn't sharing it with his 2-year-old daughter, Kori, and 2-month-old son, Kaleb.
"Shar's going to take him to court after the wedding - that's the only way to do it. He's dead-ass broke," said the spy.
But Zelnik said: "As far as the childsupport payments, he writes a check every month. I'm uncomfortable asking the amount. He sees his daughter all the time."
Zelnik added: "Kevin has his own money, and there's no allowance being paid to him."
Meanwhile, Britney's first husband, childhood friend Jason Alexander, insults Federline in a radio interview on "The Larry Elder Show" which debuts Monday.
"Looks like a punk," Alexander sniffs, adding that Britney's relatives are equally unimpressed. "I know her family, so I know what they really think and what they're saying."
Britney's ex-husband tells Elder: "I can say I was in love with her."
But he does he want to be married to her?
"Now? After everything? No, I wouldn't," he says. "Nothing against her, but I wouldn't want to be a part of that family, man."