Kevin Federline: the artist so bad he had to spend his wife's money to start his own recording label to get his new album distributed. He'll be making his live-performance debut at the MySpace version of an awards show, "Teen Choice" and says he's "going to go for the Oh-my-god factor". Got news for you, Kev, we've been saying that from the beginning, and not in a good way. People Magazine sat down with K-Fed and chatted with him about his upcoming live performance. When asked why he was choosing how to go live, he responded It was (the) right time, right moment. I've been getting people ready, I think, you know. Now I think they're ready." Wait. I'm not ready. Are you? What 800 number do we call to get this reversed? His response to question about what he was going to do with his performance really raises the eyebrow. "I think I'm going to go for the Oh-my-God factor. That's what I'm aiming for." No doubt that's the response he'll be getting. What he doesn't seem to realize is that most of us will be following it up with "that may be the worst live performance I've ever seen." If you're interested in seeing K-Fed's coming out show, tune into Fox on Sunday Aug. 20 at 8 PM EST. About his wife Britney he had this to say: I'm glad that people link me to Britney. That’s my wife. That’s my family." You should be, K-Fed. Oddly enough, being married to that girl is the classiest thing you have going for you.

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