Back-Up Dancers Kindly Asked Not To Give Britney Drugs

Like every standard employment contract, Britney Spears' back-up dancers were given specific instructions to keep Britney away from drugs and alcohol, if at all possible. The contract states, "Contractor acknowledges that it is essential that [Britney] not be exposed to any alcohol, drugs, or controlled substances." Ah, would that every troubled star had such dedicated straight-edge back-up dancers. [TMZ]

Peaches Geldof is just a normal, boring girl who participates in normal, boring orgys. Seriously, who among us hasn't piled into a bed with multiple people who are licking each other? Just because she grew up in the spotlight doesn't mean she can't do things every other 22-year-old does like gathering her friends together for some drinks, some laughs, and a group fisting party. God, why are you guys making such a big deal out of this? [The Sun]

Nothing awkward here. The long-rumored duet between Bret Michaels and Miley Cyrus is back on (just in time for Miley's parents' reconciliation). The duo's cover of Poison song "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" would be weird if the rumors of Michaels' affair with Miley's mom were true, but since we can't say for sure, the recording will probably be a really comfortable experience for all involved. [TMZ]

And in related Billy Ray Cyrus news, Cyrus, who previously blamed Hannah Montana for turning his daughter into a huge bitch who wouldn't even return his texts, now says it was not the show itself that ruined his daughter and his family, and it wasn't the alleged affair, but it wasn't his parenting either. There was simply nothing anyone in their family could've done differently because what ruined everything was...uh...fame. Yes, definitely that. Case closed. [Daily Mail]

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