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Britney Spears is reportedly set to film herself giving birth for a TV show. Insiders claim the sexy singer, who is expecting her first baby with husband Kevin Federline later this year, will show the footage in a one-off sequel to her hit realit...
Britney Spears is reportedly set to film herself giving birth for a TV show.
Insiders claim the sexy singer, who is expecting her first baby with husband Kevin Federline later this year, will show the footage in a one-off sequel to her hit reality series "Britney and Kevin: Chaotic."
A source is quoted by Britain's Daily Star newspaper as saying: "Britney was in two minds about the birth even after she'd decided to do a one-off special to introduce the little one to the world.
"It'll be a follow-up to the series and a great record for them. It's just like the proud dad taping the event. Cameras won't roll through the most intimate parts but there will be scenes included."
Meanwhile, Britney is reportedly to give birth listening to Disney tunes.
It looks great on a resume
An Indian yoga teacher is hoping to get in the record books by swallowing fish and blowing them out of his nose.
G P Vijaya Kumar swallowed 509 small fish through his mouth and blew them out of his nose within one hour, reports The Asian Age.
He was inspired by American Kevin Cole, who holds the record for the longest spaghetti strand blown out of a nostril in a single blow.
Kumar, of Gunduppalavadi in Tamil Nadu, started experimenting with live fish after successfully ejecting peas and corn through his nose.
He was bucking for the moron squad
Florida Highway Patrol officers in Miami-Dade County set up surveillance, including an airplane, to catch a notorious motorcyclist who at least twice before had sped past officers, at speeds up to 140 mph, and escaped.
On April 24, he blew by again, going the wrong way in rush-hour traffic, but with the help of the plane, officers tracked him to his apartment and arrested him on six counts.
The motorcyclist turned out to be David Carpenter, 24, who was at that time on track to become a Florida Highway Patrol officer, with his physical exam only a week away. (He was advised to forget about the new career.)
To contact The Rail, send an e-mail to features reporter Tom Pantera (who's never passed a fish out his nose, although he did once swallow 17 live goldfish) at email@example.com and he'll forward it to the writers.
Today's best bet
"Chicago," The Straw Hat Players stage Kander and Ebb's love and murder musical 7:30 p.m. Hansen Theatre Center for the Arts, Minnesota State University Moorhead. (218) 477-2271