August 28, 2010
Posted by: Jae-Ha Kim
Category: Interview Index
Tags: Apolo Anton Ohno, Britney Spears, David Bowie, Hines Ward, Idris Elba, index, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Kevin Bacon, Kristen Kish, Matt Damon, Nathan Adrian, Neil deGrasse Tyson, PSY, Troy Polomalu, Venus Williams, Yo-Yo Ma
I’ve interviewed tons of interesting people for my work. Here’s an archived list of some of them, including Matt Damon, David Bowie, Viggo Mortensen and Venus Williams.
September 29, 2004
Posted by: Jae-Ha Kim
Tags: Ben Affleck, Brad Pitt, Britney Spears, Catherine Zeta-Jones, celebrity marriages and divorces, Charlie Sheen, Denise Richards, divorce attorney, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Federline, Michael Douglas, Nicole Kidman, prenuptial agreements, Raoul Felder, Tom Cruise
Divorce attorney to the stars Raoul Felder once said a celebrity who doesn’t draw up a prenuptial agreement needs a psychiatrist, not a lawyer. After all, if your net worth was $32 million, would you marry a guy whose car was repossessed? OK, but say you’re Britney Spears and you really, really want to marry backup dancer Kevin Federline and think this love will last 4-ever!
It would be a fair assumption to say that the vocal male contingent at Britney Spears’ sold-out concert Wednesday night at Allstate Arena wanted her in a big way. Get in line buddies. The 18-year-old princess of pop is pen pals with Prince William and rumored to be setting up house with ‘N Sync hottie Justin Timberlake.
The great thing for artists playing at these B-96 multibill shows is that the audience will scream for you no matter what. Heck, even the dancers performing at the B-96 Halloween Bash on Wednesday night at the Allstate Arena were getting the star treatment, posing for pictures and signing autographs. Of the eight acts, though, it was Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera–both former cast members of “The New Mickey Mouse Club”–who stood out.
With her girlish voice and sun-kissed looks, Britney Spears is the female answer to the Backstreet Boys, which shouldnt come as too much of a surprise given that Max Martin has penned hits for both the Boys and Spears; and that Nigel Dick has directed videos for both. But while the Boys sing songs about that elusive girl that got away, Spears–like Brandy–does a good job at conveying what it feels like to be the girl whose heart was broken.
Forget about the Spice Girls. Britney Spears has real girl power. After debuting at No. 1 last month with her album ” . . . Baby One More Time,” the teenager has sold more than 800,000 copies. Surprisingly enough, the album has sold more copies each week that it has been out. Fans snapped up 230,000 copies of Spears’ debut album the week ending Feb. 14 – 50,000 more than the previous week.