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Posted at 8:33 AM ET, 11/ 8/2006

Morning Mix: R.I.P. Spederline Edition

By Liz Kelly

Take a good look. You may not see this man again for a very long time. (AP)

In Case Y'all Missed It: Late yesterday afternoon, Britney Spears totally distracted us from the midterm elections by filing for divorce from Kevin Federline. What happened? Us Weekly claims there was a final blowout last week, though Life & Style Weekly reports that Brit merely beat Kev to the punch. Still, the news hasn't stopped Britney from hitting the town in New York and making an unscheduled stop at "The Late Show With David Letterman."

What will K-Fed do now? According to Best Week Ever, he'll lick his wounds with $30,000 a month (for a while) while trying to decipher Britney's divorce petition.

Rest assured, The Washington Post knows the fans are the real victims here, so pop "...Baby One More Time" in the CD player and reminisce with a Britney/K-Fed timeline and photo gallery.

UPDATE: Did Britney break the divorce to Kevin via text message? So claims this report and this caught-on-tape video from MuchMusic:



Non-Britney Headlines: Lindsay Lohan tells Oprah she hates party-girl image... Faith Hill says CMA freakout was a joke... Michael Jackson to perform at World Music Awards... Madonna bruised in paparazzi scrum... Anna Nicole Smith released from Bahamas hospital... Martin Scorsese signs four-year deal with Paramount... Teen pleads not guilty to stalking Hilary Duff... Comedian Katt Williams arrested at L.A. airport... Pete Doherty fined for assaulting BBC reporter... Baldwin, Aguilera and Ludacris to host "SNL" in November.

Rumor Mill: No tax deal for Wesley Snipes... Rosario Dawson and Jason Lewis split?... Diddy not ready for marriage... Steve-O plans rap album.

By Liz Kelly  | November 8, 2006; 8:33 AM ET
Categories:  Britney Spears, Daily Mix  
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