Britney Spears has managed – against all odds – to really pull her life together over the past couple of years and really re-endear herself to the public. Helping this is the fact that she has two adorable sons with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, 7-year-old Sean Preston and 6-year-old Jayden James. Aren’t they cute?
Sitting down with Mario Lopez for a new interview, Britney opened up about family life with the kids – how hard it is to diet when the kids are chomping on Cheetos and Little Debbies and her feelings on putting them in to showbiz, if that’s what they end up wanting to do. Here’s a few choice quotes:
“When they come over, the snacks are constantly piling up and I constantly have to feed them. I’m like, ‘Jesus! I want fried chicken too!’”
Don’t we all want fried chicken? I could eat some right now, to be honest.
“They do like attention, so I think they would probably be a little good in the limelight.
“We’re taking baby steps at this point as far as agencies and stuff like that goes, but they’re little comedians, so we’ll see.”
Oh, dear. BritBrit, you’re in the danger zone. I know the world needs child stars, but having been through the experience herself and seeing how much it’s nearly destroyed her, why in the hell would she want to put her own kids through the same thing? Surely a paycheck’s not worth that much.
Watch the full interview below:
May 15, 2013 at 7:30 am by Jennifer
“I’m really happy for her—I think he’s a great guy. “She’s happy; she’s doing really well. I want to say she’s in a good place. I haven’t spoken to her much since I’ve been over here—both of us have been busy with her being on tour—but I do know from talking to the kids and talking to the kids’ teachers that they’re doing really good. It’s a good step in the right direction. I’m totally happy for her.”
He also had this to say about Britney’s famous breakdown:
“It was tough,” Kevin remarked about the ordeal. “I had to do what I had to do for the safety of our children. But at the same time, it tears my heart to pieces to watch your ex go through that, let alone watch anybody go through that. It’s horrible. It was a completely dramatic, depressing stage of my life that I’m so glad I’m over and get to leave behind. It was tough.”
And as for Britney’s future husand, Jason Trawick, K-Fed said that he “seems like a really good guy” and that “the kids speak highly of him and her family loves him.”
You guys, I’m going to let you in on something here: I’m crying right now. I am crying real tears because of words that Kevin Federline said. Is this real life? What’s happening to me? Am I alone in this? Am I crazy, or is Kevin actually starting to sound like an intelligent person?
December 20, 2011 at 3:30 pm by Emily
Kevin Federline was photographed taking his gang of children to the park yesterday for a quick game of ball and the pictures are kind of cute but mostly hilarious. Seeing Kevin with all four of his kids is quite a sight, especially since the Kevin we first met was the kind of guy you’d be afraid to leave with so much as a pot of boiling water.
It’s nice to see that his children with Shar Jackson and his sons with Britney Spears all seem to get along, though. I bet that Britney’s boys are psyched when they get to spend time with their dad and their slightly older siblings.
February 15, 2011 at 3:00 pm by Molls
Kevin Federline is still working the whole, “Remember when I used to be married to a very famous person who kind of publicly lost her mind?” angle. Of course we do, Kevin. We wouldn’t remember you from anything else.
In this new anti-drunk driving commercial for “common sense”, “actor/rapper/dancer/model”, Federline says, “An ex-wife of mine once told me that we needed to use more Common Sense. Now we can.”
Which wife was that, Kevin? Shar Jackson? The other mother of your children, Britney Spears? *rolling my eyes*
December 15, 2010 at 2:00 pm by Molls
Kevin Federline and his girlfriend, Victoria Prince, were spotted at an Ed Hardy promotional event in Brisbane, Australia. I think it’s phenomenally strange that Kevin Federline is still famous anywhere, let alone all the way over in Australia. But I guess if you’re an American celebrity and you’re looking to be photographed this week, the place to be is anywhere outside the U.S.. Because no one in the U.S. is working this week, the photo agencies are making everybody crazy trying to push photos of foreign people you’ve never heard of at, like, a red carpet event in some random Italian city. (Where the hell is this Rome place? Is it near Turin?)
This is the closest thing I have to a photo of an American celebrity today. Enjoy. Here’s hoping Stephanie Pratt goes a little overboard with the “tryptophan” tonight and gives us some news to report tomorrow.
November 26, 2009 at 9:46 pm by Evil Beet
Sean Preston and Jayden James, the sons of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline, hit up a pumpkin patch in LA yesterday with their dad. The boys looked so happy, healthy and normal that it was almost shocking. As babies, the boys were often seen drooped over their mother’s shoulder, in tears or looking sad. In these photos the boys couldn’t look more thrilled to share a day of fun with their dad and nanny. While Britney’s parenting has seen a major turn around since she lost custody, there’s no question that these boys are happy when they spend time with their papa. [photos via ONTD]