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October 14, 2004

She's so traditional

Britney Spears wants to change her name to Federline, but fears the move will upset her fans.

The "Toxic" singer - whose September 18 marriage to dancer Kevin Federline was made official last week - is keen to show her devotion to her new husband by taking his surname, and is determined to defy the objections of devotees. She told the German magazine Bunte, "I probably will, Britney Federline, I like that. Society probably won't allow me but I would like to change it."

--Society won't let her? Last time I checked she can do (and has done) whatever the hell she wants. Maybe she knows it will be too much paperwork to change it back in 6 weeks when this relationship implodes.


Posted by Lawren at October 14, 2004 08:24 AM

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HA! In all seriousness now, how many women have their 'legal' name and their 'professional' name? Lots. She can be Britney Federline all she wants and the fans and society she is so concerned about will be none the wiser. At least for the next 6 months.
I'm just sayin'!

Says: Brian D. at October 14, 2004 09:07 AM

She should change her name! Look how well it worked for Roseanne Barr, er... Arnold!

Says: Mel at October 14, 2004 07:09 PM

watch she'll hyphenate the two last names together. Then drop his last name when she does divorce I give it less then a year.

Says: shelli at October 15, 2004 07:48 AM

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