2006 New Arrivals
Britney Spears & Kevin Federline — Jayden James: If you skipped your tabloids for even one week, you’d be hopelessly behind. But to sum up: Britney and K-Fed, already parents of infant Sean Preston, welcomed baby bro Jayden James (first reportedly named Sutton Pierce) within days of Sean’s first birthday. Sadly, just eight weeks later, mom filed for divorce.

2006 Hookups & Breakups
Britney Spears & Kevin Federline: From “Chaotic” to closure, this was one breakup that invited more sighs of relief than gasps of surprise. Just two months after welcoming her second child, Jayden James, with her virile but rap-challenged former back-up dancer, K-Fed, the Britster rang down the curtain on their three-ring marriage. Even her post-split partying with Paris Hilton couldn’t tarnish the superstar’s endangered image any more than her tabloid-friendly marriage.

The Best Of The Worst Of Undressed 2006
Britney’s Boo-Boos: When did Britney Spears’ weepy chat with Matt Lauer back in June go horribly, horribly wrong? Was it when she started chomping her gum? The first time she used finger quotes “incorrectly”? Or the repeated use of the word “simple” to describe now soon-to-be ex-husband Kevin Federline? Nah. The tête-à-tête was destined for tragedy as soon as beleaguered pop starlet decided to go on national TV to ask for respect and privacy in an ensemble that screams, “Look at my boobies and gams, y’all!” Britney reportedly handled styling duties for the sit-down, perhaps figuring the best way to get her point across was by donning a diaphanous maternity top that highlighted her distractingly undulating décolletage and a denim mini-skirt more appropriate for her next obstetrician appointment. The Britster also apparently did her own hair and makeup, a misstep that became obvious when her false eyelash made a break for it and a from-behind camera shot revealed black holes in her tangled, golden retriever-tinted extensions. It doesn’t have to be like this for Spears. We want to sympathize with her. We want her to pull out of this spiral. Come on, Brit, the first step is admitting you have a problem. You told Matt you don’t care what people think, but you’re only 24. We’re all for tuning out tabloid negativity, but everyone needs advice at some point in their lives. Ignoring all of it is akin to throwing out the baby with the bathwater (and just so we’re clear, that’s just an “expression”).

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