Sunday, November 18, 2007

Britney cheats on fitness regime

Chubby Britney Spears has had a 6,000 (Rs 2,35,440) liposuction operation to trim her podgy thighs and tummy. The 25-year-old pop wreck — whose booze-and-drugs lifestyle has ruined her once-stunning looks — spent five hours having surgery. And Britney, who had lipo at the same clinic in April, is so pleased with the results that she now plans a boob job.

A pal said: “It was to remove flab on her stomach and cellulite on the back of her thighs. She said it was a bargain and that she should have done it sooner.” Britney was awake for the op in Henderson, Nevada, and repeatedly quizzed surgeon Dr John Minoli. It is said she has previously had collagen jabs to plump up her lips.

The troubled star was devastated at the ridicule she drew for her out-of-shape figure at the Las Vegas MTV awards in September
However, her new figure may not cheer her up as a judge ruled on Friday that she can no longer drive her sons in a car.

LA Superior Court Commissioner handed down the reported ruling on Friday morning.

Neither Britney, nor her estranged husband Kevin Federline was present at the hearing.

The closed-door hearing was reportedly requested by Kevin's camp to discuss a variety of issues before the judge, including Britney's alleged failed drug test and her reportedly running a red light with sons Sean Preston and Jayden James in the backseat.

One of the figures scheduled to testify at Friday's hearing was an X-17 photographer who filmed Britney’s alleged red light running incident, however it was unclear if the photographer participated in the hearing.

Kevin’s attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan told Access Hollywood the top priority for being in court on Friday was Kevin’s fear of the children’s safety when they’re with Britney.

The last time Kaplan and Kevin tried to request an emergency hearing to revoke Britney's driving privilege with the kids, the judge didn't see any reason for an emergency.

However, eight hours later, a video of Britney running the red light with the kids in the car was posted online, Kaplan added.