Happy Monday everyone! I had an interesting weekend taking in Snakes on a Plane with a buddy of mine and after watching that less than stellar flick, came face to face with the one, the only, Kevin Federline on my way into Tower Records. Oh yes, you heard me. It was quite the moment since in between my embarrassingly obvious double take that resulted in me giggling as I walked by him, this was closest I probably will ever get to my girl Britney Spears. I will admit, Federline looked pretty good and that random sighting brought me more amusement than the 1 1/2 hours I spent watching that stinker Snakes on a Plane. Speaking of Federline, everyone is yapping, yapping, yapping, this morning about his performance on the 2006 Teen Choice awards last night, hosted by Jessica Simpson and Dane Cook. While the dude's performance is being crucified on blogs everywhere (shocker), his reviews in the mainstream media actually aren't that shabby. ABC News said, "It wasn't genius, but it wasn't half bad either." I watched it and was just happy to see the dude didn't f**k up on his lyrics or anything like that. I wasn't completely crazy about the song (if you have to pick one, America's Most Hated is catchier), but whatever, I'll give my new friend (snicker) props just for having the balls to get on stage when all people ever do is criticize the guy. The audience had a big surprise when his wife Britney Spears came out to introduce her hubby and aside from the gum chewing (yes, even I cringed-gum is like cigarettes to that girl), she looked adorable and really, really, pregnant. You can watch a YouTube of Federline's performance here, although be warned, the video quality is horrible. One of the only other highlights from last night's Teen Choice Awards is when Nick Lachey won Choice Love Song for "What's Left of Me" and jumped up on stage saying, "I just want to start off by saying ... awkward?" "A little bit!" only to be followed by someone yelling out from the audience, "Take that Jessica!" Hehehehehehehe! Oh you silly teens.