Britney Spears looking for new home, VMA shot
Also on the Britney Spears front, court records released Monday show that while she's trying to get more visitation time with those kids, she's looking for a new home in a "less trafficked" place for her mites to enjoy, the AP says. That would mean moving from the $7 million Beverly Hills manse she bought last year and into a place with a bigger back yard and a park nearby.
But that's not the only sign she's getting her life back in order. MTV is apparently considering letting the former teen idol perform at this year's VMAs, the AP reports.
"Everyone deserves a second or third chance, right?" Van Toffler, president of MTV Networks Music Group, told the news service. The scary part? When they asked him if he was joking, he replied "sorta." After all, her crash-and-burn performance of Gimme More last year drew 7.1 million pairs of eyeballs.