Morning Buzz: Britney Spears’ Son Has Seizure?

The Sun reports that Britney Spears’ son Jayden James, 2, suffered what was suspected to be a seizure during her recent family visit to her hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana. Jayden were reportedly rushed to Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Centre in Mississippi on Sunday when his family noticed he was in a “vague and unresponsive” state. The child was reportedly kept overnight for observation. Britney’s ex-husband and Jayden’s father Kevin Federline was reported to be flying to Mississippi to be with the family.

Adrienne Bailon, a member of pop group The Cheetah Girls, is reportedly seeking legal action after “racy” photos of her appeared on the Internet, according to Us. “These photos were taken in private,” her rep says. “Adrienne will be pursuing legal action against the person or person’s sending these private photos out. Adrienne is deeply sorry for any pain this may have caused her fans.” Ballon reportedly claims the photos were stolen from her laptop in an NYC airport, and sent to various media outlets.

TMZ reports Oprah Winfrey may leave her syndication deal with ABC when her contract expires in 2011. David Zaslav, president of Discovery Communications, is claiming that Winfrey will join forces them to create her own Oprah Winfrey network (OWN). “The expectation is that after [the 2010-11 season] her show will go into syndication, and she will come to OWN,” Zaslav. Winfrey’s people aren’t verifying the story as of yet. “While David Zaslav’s comments are true that Oprah’s current contract to produce ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show’ will expire in 2011, she has not made a final decision as to whether she will continue her show in syndication beyond that,” a rep from Harpo Productions (Oprah’s production company) says.

Page Six reports that funk performer George Clinton is storing his DNA so he can be cloned one day. Clinton tells Details magazine that cloning has been going on for thousands of years. “Cloning – we got generations of that [bleep],” Clinton said. “The pyramids? They was for cloning. That’s why embalming lasts so long. Get the DNA and pull ‘em back. So somebody been cloned already, but not me. Not yet.”

Deadline Hollywood Daily reports that Heath Ledger’s last film The Dark Knight is approaching $1 billion in profits globally. The 2nd movie in the most recent Batman series has already earned $997.5 million ($528.5 million domestically and $469 million internationally) since its North American release on July 18th.