Oh, Britney, Britney, Britney. We don’t even know where to start.
In the course of a few days, Britney checked in and out of rehab, flew to Florida, and sheared her hair — leaving many fans wondering if she’d lost her head.
Yep, the newly bald pop diva shaved her own head Friday night at an L.A. salon — after a hairdresser reportedly tried to dissuade her. She then hit a tattoo parlor for some new body art.
And this extreme makeover came after Britney, under fire for a recent spree of hard partying, checked into the Crossroads rehab facility in Antigua, reportedly at the urging of loved ones … only to check out less than 24 hours later.
Clearly, Britney is at areal-life crossroads — but sadly, it appears she’s not ready to face her demons just yet.
Anna Nicole Smith’s will, recently revealed to the media, has raised more questions than it answers about the fate of her estate. Drawn up in 2001, the document names her then-only son Daniel — now deceased — as her sole heir, and contains language that could exclude future children, such as her sole surviving baby daughter Dannielynn, from claiming any inheritance.
Adding to the complication, Howard K. Stern, Anna’s then-lawyer, who later became her romantic partner, is named as the executor of the will.
Howard is involved in a heated legal dispute over paternity of Dannielynn, as well as a tug-of-war with Anna’s mother over custody of the baby and where to bury the late model’s body. He will appear in a Florida court this week to discuss those issues and his status as
Since Anna herself was set to inherit many millions from her late billionaire husband, J. Howard Marshall II, the legal battle over her estate could ironically become as contentious as the one she fought with his family.
You’d think a celebrity violating the terms of her probation might want to stay under the radar. Not Foxy Brown. Cops were called to a Florida beauty supply store to physically subdue the rapper, who allegedly freaked out and sprayed hair extension glue at an employee.
Now the fiery hip-hop star may face jail time for leaving New York state without the approval of her probation officer, under the terms of her probation for a 2004 incident when she attacked nail salon workers.
What made Foxy so mad this time? The store owner asked her to leave the restroom at closing time, and she reportedly flew into a rage, swearing, spitting and squirting him with glue.
One for the "You can’t make this stuff up, people" file: At the time of her outburst, Foxy was supposed to be attending an anger management class.
Country star Kenny Chesney has flatly denied rumors about his sexuality that were sparked when his marriage to actress Renee Zellweger was annulled due to "fraud."
Whispers that he might be gay are "not true. Period," Kenny said in a "60 Minutes" interview. "Maybe I should have come out and said, ‘No, I’m not,’ but I didn’t want to draw any more attention to it. ... I didn’t have to prove to anybody that I wasn’t."
As for the allegation of "fraud," listed as the cause of the annulment in a legal document, Kenny says it simply seemed to the couple "the least harmful" of the options on the form. "And boy ... we were wrong."
"The only fraud that was committed was me thinking that I knew what it was like ... that I really understood what it was like to be married, and I really didn’t."
Note to Kenny: That’s usually why people date for more than a few months before tying the knot.
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer who has a celebrity astrology blog at www.celebastroblogy.com.
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