Oops, Britney gave birth again

Britney Spears and Kevin Federline now have a second baby to drive with in the front seat and almost drop.

According to Us Weekly, Spears and Federline welcomed a 6-pound, 11-ounce baby boy just before 2 a.m. Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

“Kevin took Britney to the hospital in the evening hours of Sept. 11 to prepare for the Caesarean birth,” an insider told The National Enquirer.

Spears’ father, Jamie, confirmed the good news Tuesday afternoon on “Access Hollwyood.”

Spears’ mother, Lynn, and sister, Jamie Lynn, were also there for the birth, but K-Fed’s family was MIA.

The tab also reports that the “singer” wanted to schedule the birth for Thursday, which is Sean Preston’s birthday as well, but the “rapper” put his foot down.

Earlier reports had Spears giving birth in October and expecting a girl.

Janet: What’s my age again?

Janet Jackson (or Ms. Jackson, if you’re nasty) thinks age doesn’t mean a thing.

Looking hotter than ever on the cover of FHM’s October issue, Ms. Jackson, 40, says she is in her peak — physically and sexually — and she’s so happy that she has a younger man such as her boyfriend, 33-year-old music producer Jermaine Dupri.

“Age is just a number to me and I still see myself as so much of a kid,” Ms. Jackson told FHM. “But the one thing I love is that sexually we 40-year-olds are in our prime. And, hey, it’s nice when you’re with someone who’s younger because they can keep up.”

Ms. Jackson, who was married to singer El DeBarge for about five minutes in the ’80s and divorced from Rene Elizondo Jr. in 2001, says she is sooo into Dupri that she wants to have a family with him.

Jessica: ‘I scare people away.’

Jessica Simpson is a high-maintenance girlfriend.

The singer-actress was romantically linked to singer John Mayer for about two days before he dumped her because her “people” wouldn’t stop talking to the press about their “relationship.” Simpson then proved him right by talking about her relationship woes on Ellen DeGeneres’ daytime chatfest.

“I think I’m too hard to be in love with. It ends up on the cover of every magazine,” Simpson declared. “I scare people away. I’m a lot to take on.”

Gee, why would Lindsay’s man be jealous?

After being spotted making out all over Venice during the film festival last week, it looked like Lindsay Lohan and Hard Rock heir Harry Morton’s two-month-old relationship might make it to three.

Now we’re not so sure.

Morton threw a jealous hissy fit Sunday night when Lohan started flirting shamelessly with DJ Sam Young during a posh party at Cliveden House in London. While Morton was mingling, Lohan was all about Young.

“She was all over him like a rash,” a witness told The Daily Mirror. “She soon got carried away and she and Sam ended up DJing together. Then she began stroking his back and being really playful. At one stage, they even swapped numbers!”

Morton confronted Lohan, complaining that the actress wasn’t

paying enough attention to him and she blasted him for being so insecure.

“[Morton] kept trying to drag her away [from Young],” another spy said. “In the end, Lindsay got so fed up with him that she went out to the balcony, had a blazing row and gave him a mouthful, then she went back to flirting with Sam.”

smansfield@examiner.com

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