News Bites: Seeking Amy With Britney Spears

February 17th, 2009 // Leave a Comment

-Three of Britney Spears‘ male dancers show off some choreography from the pop star’s soon-to-be released music video for her single “If You Seek Amy.” In addition to the video, check out BritneySpears.com for pictures from behind the scenes of the shoot. You might just find Amy.

-It’s a good thing that Angelia Jolie has a pair on her already, so that will help her prepare for taking over the role originally crafted for Tom Cruise. The Changeling actress is confirmed to star in action film Salt, and Liev Schreiber is reportedly negotiating for a role in the movie as well.

-Salma Hayek believes daughter Valentina Pinault is communing with ghosts in different languages. The curvaceous 30 Rock guest star said she woke up to her little one staring at a fixed point and saying, “No no no no, au revoir.” At that point, Salma said, “I was so scared, and I’m like, ‘Yes, au revoir, whoever you are, get out!’ And then she started saying it in English: ‘Bye bye, bye bye!’ I guess she was trying in different languages to see what nationality this ghost was to go away.”


-Three of Britney Spears‘ male dancers show off some
choreography from the pop star’s soon-to-be released music video for
her single “If You Seek Amy.” In addition to the video, check out BritneySpears.com for pictures from behind the scenes of the shoot. You might just find Amy.

-It’s a good thing that Angelia Jolie has a pair on her already, so that will help her prepare for taking over the role originally crafted for Tom Cruise. The Changeling actress is confirmed to star in action film Salt, and Liev Schreiber is reportedly negotiating for a role in the movie as well.

-Salma Hayek believes daughter Valentina Pinault is communing with ghosts in different languages. The curvaceous 30 Rock guest star said she woke up to her little one staring at a fixed point and saying, “No no no no, au revoir.” At that point, Salma said,
“I was so scared, and I’m like, ‘Yes, au revoir, whoever you are, get
out!’ And then she started saying it in English: ‘Bye bye, bye bye!’ I
guess she was trying in different languages to see what nationality
this ghost was to go away.”

By Lisa Timmons
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