Britneys British tribute to Ledger: No one ever really dies. No oneJanuary 28th, 2008 - 1:19 pm ICT by admin
Washington, Jan 28 (ANI): While many celebs are employing their own ways to recover from Heath Ledgers death, Britney Spears seems to be coping with the tragedy through a British accent.
The troubled pop star relapsed to her English intonation when asked about how she felt about the actors untimely death.
Hes still here. Oh, yes. No one ever really dies. No one, Usmagazine.com quoted her, as telling the reporters.
Spears, who talked with photographers from the drivers seat of her car while her assistant, Carla, was shopping at an L.A. Rite Aid, also admitted shes not well.
“Im already very sick but in a good way, Britney said after she was asked by photographers if she needed a sweater to keep her exposed shoulders warm in the rain.
When asked about the whereabouts of her paparazzo lover Adnan Ghalib, the 26-year-old singer replied, Whos that?
Spears then snapped back with a question of her own What are you fellas doing tonight? she asked.
When one paparazzo responded, All we want to make sure is that youre tucked in tonight, the pop wreck answered, Thats not a good thing to say to a girl at all! (ANI)
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