Britney Spears has yet to personally bash her soon-to-be-ex-hubby, Kevin Federline, but she's definitely in support of other people doing it.
Federline was the target of a comedic offensive at the start of last night's "American Music Awards," with host Jimmy Kimmel promising, that it would be "his last time appearing on American television." Kimmel then sealed a look-a-like of "the world's first ever no-hit wonder," into a giant shipping crate and dropped it into San Pedro Harbor. The comedian then announced, "a whole school of fish just got pregnant."
Less than five minutes later, Britney took the stage. Introduced as "Bachlorette Britney Spears," she looked amazing in a titillating knee-length cream-colored frock, smiled and waved to the ecstatic crowd before presenting the award for Favorite Soul/Rhythm & Blues to Mary J. Blige.
Brit steered clear of commenting on the Fed-Ex dumping, but didn't seem to mind the idea.