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Music Buzz #21, Britney/ Justin Break-Up Rumor

Kevin Richardson - Fear Factor.
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Did Britney Spears & Justin Timberlake break-up?
Did Britney Spears & Justin Timberlake break-up?
Music Buzz #21, Britney/ Justin Break-Up Rumor - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
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Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys guest-stars on Fear Factor. Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake break-up reported in New York Post. TRL- Total Request Live - releases a CD.

1 What's better than watching people conquer their fears on TV? Watching famous people face their fears! This week's Fear Factor is a special celebrity edition featuring Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys. Kevin Richardson will be up against five other celebs including Alison Sweeney (Sammi from Days of Our Lives) and Ali Landry (the chick from the Doritos commericials) Do you know what Kevin Richardson is afraid of? To find out this Backstreet Boys' big fears, don't miss Fear Factor Monday, March 11th on NBC at 8/7 PM.

1 Could it be true? Are Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake over? That's the rumor flying around. The New York Post says that pop princess Britney and her boy band boyfriend, Justin (of *NSYNC) have split. Apparently they've called it quits cuz they don't get to see each other much with their busy touring schedules. But don't start planning your dream date with Justin Timberlake just yet. At this point, it's still just wishful gossip for female *NSYNC fans.

1 Fans of Carson Daly's TRL (Total Request Live) will be able to pick up a compilation CD featuring some of the most popular tunes of TRL. The Best of TRL Pop will feature songs from all your pop faves like the Backstreet Boys, Mandy Moore, *NSYNC, Enrique Iglesias and others. The disc hits record stores March 26th, 2002.

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