It’s a beautiful Saturday. I slept in. I was so excited to open up my Macbook Pro and write some cool updates. Then, I found this story. Only this story. And I cried a little. And, to be honest, who gives a **** about this! I know you’re out there… so here goes.

Jason Alexander insists he stay in the news talking about his 55-hour marriage with Britney because that’s all he’ll ever been and will be known for. He tells ABC he was “in love” with Britney at the time. When she invited him to Vegas, he thought he’d simply “have a good time.”

“It wasn’t really a **********,” he said. “It was just, you know, a friend asking a friend to come on a trip.”

While there, Alexander says Britney asked him to get married. “She just came out and asked me,” Alexander said. “She was like, ‘Well, let’s get married.’ And I was like, ‘Sure. You know, let’s do this.'”

Alexander said they were drinking and “had party favors.” When asked what kind of favors he’s referring to, he said “Oh, a to z,” smiling. Does that mean drugs? “Alcohol is a drug. Coffee is a drug. Cigarette is a drug. Yeah, we were doing drugs.”

Alexander just went along with it. “I went with my feelings,” he said. “I was in love with her. … I feel like she felt the same way.”

He even hints at Britney cheating on Justin with Alexander, saying he and Britney were friends “with benefits.” “There was an instance when [Britney and I] were hanging out,” Alexander said. “[Justin] had called, and I was … kicking it with her, kind of like the guy ‘behind the scenes’ no one knew about.”

Did they have a honeymoon? “I mean, we were in Vegas, you know. I mean … well, we had a suite. Hmmm,” he said.

When he and Britney told her mother and managers, Alexander said, “everyone went crazy because there was no prenup “They didn’t want to hear anything … and [Spears] came back, and it ended,” Alexander said. “That was pretty wild.”

The marriage was annulled. The annulment said Britney “lacked understanding of her actions, to the extent that she was incapable of agreeing to the marriage.”

“********,” Alexander said. “That was probably the hardest part about it,” he said. “I had obviously got my feelings involved. I didn’t get paid. I didn’t make any money, uh, directly from that,” he said.

What did he learn?

“Don’t be a nice guy,” he said with a laugh. “Nice guys finish last. Look out for yourself. If you are going to really get involved into a relationship with a celebrity and you are just an average Joe, make sure you are thinking business!”

Britney told E! News a few months after the incident: “It was me being silly, being rebellious.”

But in a rebellion, there’s a sparkle of truth.

Oh, and



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