Morning Buzz: Britney Spears Announces Tour
Britney Spears has announced her tour dates for the United States. The Pussycat Dolls will be her opening act. The tour will include dates all over America beginning in New Orleans on March 3, according to Us. The tour will reportedly conclude in the US, and then move to London.
TMZ reports that Madonna and Alex Rodriguez are looking for a duplex apartment together on the east side of Manhattan in NYC. The couple are reportedly looking for an apartment that includes a private garage. Apartments of that type reportedly run upwards of $30 million. A-Rod's rep denies the report.
Tina Fey appears on Barbara Walters' The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2008 special and says that she didn't find her impersonations of Tina Fey to be "mean," according to Page Six. "I never did feel that we were mean to her," Fey said. "We stuck to a lot of things that she herself had said, and I think there is a very strange double standard because it's a woman portraying another woman . . . The jokes we used to do about George W. Bush were that he was an idiot. The jokes were aggressive. No one would ever stop and say, 'Oh, that seems kind of mean.' " The special airs Thursday.
MSNBC reports that rock group Creed is looking to reunite. They will reportedly embark on a reunion tour sometime in 2009. The group split in 2004, when lead singer Scott Stapp went solo and the remaining members went on to form a group called Alter Bridge.
Star reports that CSI's Marg Helgenberger is splitting from her husband of 19 years, Alan Rosenberg. Helgenberger plays forensic specialist Catherine Willows on the CBS ratings giant. "After 19 years of marriage, Marg and Alan have decided to take some time apart. They love and respect each other and remain committed to their family," a rep said. Rosenberg is the president of the Screen Actor's Guild.