Will pay X-Hubby $120k from earnings
November 8, 2007
NBC Television and Britney Spears agent are in negotiations to bring the pop star into the reality television scene. And this week a judge ordered Spears to pay her former husband Kevin Federline the sum of $120,000 for his legal fees for both the custody battle and divorce. Federline retains full custody of both children and the divorce has been a high-profile legal battle ever since. Spears has only visiting rights and must have a court-ordered monitor present when she has the children. But she’s upbeat about the new television show she’s been offered.
“I’m really looking forward to the NBC TV deal and hosting a parenting program called ‘Ignore Problems and They’ll Go Away’,” said Spears rinsing her mouth with Jack Daniels and tossing a pair of panties out the window. “It’ll be a kind of reality show with me walking around the house mostly nude and giving people advice on how to teach their kids to walk and stuff.”
With television writers on strike, NBC Television has been turning over rocks looking for content and found Rosie O’Donnell and Britney Spears. O’Donnell is known for outlandish statements that she actually believes — like 9-11 was a conspiracy of the US government, fire can’t melt steel, Christians are the same as radical Muslims, etcetera — so NBC wants her to have a talk show. And Britney who has been wandering Hollywood at all hours of the day drunk, drugged up and photographed in public without underwear, will host a new parenting program.
“It’s a brilliant strategy that will take NBC back to the top,” said media analyst and investor George Soros pausing to mail a box of cash to Socialist Party USA. “When a company ties its own social philosophy together with its programming and promotes it within society as tightly as NBC is doing here, you get a synergy that doesn’t exist if you’re just making stuff up. This is the kind of approach that gets more powerful and effective because it’s believed in from the top down.”
But not everyone thinks it’s a good thing. TV host and general wet blanket, Bill O’Reilly of Fox News is one such person. “I’ve seen major media do a lot of dumb shit in my day,” said O’Reilly busily writing his own content and chuckling about the writers strike. “But NBC taking ragamuffins like these and putting them on primetime is like putting real donkeys in charge of the U.S. Congress. What a minute, maybe they are. Shoot.”
In related news, NBC has also announced plans to air a program hosted by former president Bill Clinton called “Ethics, Blue Dresses and the Oval Office”. Reportedly it will highlight ways to do what you want because you can, and still retain popular public opinion.
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