Saturday, October 20, 2007

Bunny offer for Brit

If the album bombs, Britney Spears may still have a job - but only if she cleans up her act. Magazine mogul Hugh Hefner has offered Britney the chance to bare all in his magazine on the provision that she sorts her life out first.Hefner admits that the troubled pop superstar has been one of his dream cover girls for years, but he fears the time isn’t right to make her an offer to strip for the men’s publication. He says, “I have only heartfelt concern for her situation... I hope her career gets back on track, I hope her personal life gets back on track. If that happens, we’ll be happy to have her in the magazine.”Brits loses visitation rightsBritney Spears was on Thursday banned by a court from seeing her two sons. Officials said the troubled star had failed to comply with court orders by not giving them contact details so they could carry out random drug tests on her.Britney, 25, first lost custody of Sean Preston, two, and Jayden, one, to ex-husband Kevin Federline last month after she failed to comply with an earlier court order.She was later granted one monitored overnight visit a week by Los Angeles County Commissioner Scott Gordon.Spears and Federline have been locked in a bitter custody battle since their marriage collapsed.