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Britney’s First Ex-Husband Also Has Thoughts on Her Engagement

A photo of Britney Spears and Jason Alexander

You remember Britney Spears‘ first husband, Jason Alexander, don’t you? They were married for a blissful 55 hours before the whole thing was annulled because Britney “lacked understanding of her actions to the extent that she was incapable of agreeing to the marriage,” and ever since then Jason has proved himself to be such an asshole. And, you guys, today isn’t any different.

Yesterday I gave you guys those really sweet quotes from Britney’s second ex-husband, Kevin Federline, about her engagement. Today we have Jason Alexander’s opinion on the whole thing. It’s a little different:

“I know everyone wants me to be happy about this, but I am not. I think it’s fake and I think people are afraid to say it. If you look at all the pictures between them there is no connection. They look like they are going through the motions.  It seems like a answer to the court thing. Sort of a nice way to sew it all up she marries her handler.  That way she always has someone controlling her. It’s sort of sad.”

Oh no you just didn’t, Jason Alexander. You need, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but you need to take a lesson from K-Fed on this one and be kind and hopeful for someone you supposedly used to love, and if you can’t that, then as Britney so eloquently told you once before, you can kiss her “lily white southern Louisiana ass.”

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  • He’s right! How can she get engaged when she isn’t in control of her life? Her daddy still controls everything.

    What a joke.

  • He’s right.
    I don’t even see how this marriage can be legal. As Chuck was saying, if she’s not of sound mind to take care of herself, then she can’t be of sound mind to make this decision.

  • Perhaps “fake” was not the best choice; it’s recently been THE word to describe all things Kardashian.

    Alexander’s not being bitter or villaneous. He expresses real concern for Brittany’s welfare and happiness. Lawd knows, you don’t have to be stable and independent to get married. Each person in a relationship has his/her own motives for being in it, whether those reasons are healthy or not.
    Although her fiance seems to care about her, she has attracted users in the past. In that context, I can appreciate Alexander’s concern. Federline says the kids are happy and well. Has her father given consent?