Britney Responds

There is another update in the Britney Spears saga. Earlier this week, it was revealed that her ex-husband, Kevin Federline, sat for a tell-all interview about her 13-year conservatorship with 60 Minutes: Australia, airing this Sunday. Federline had already alleged that Spears' relationship with their sons is strained, and they've decided not to communicate with her. Taking a short break from her Instagram hiatus, Spears addressed a post to her son that said, in part, "I say to my son Jayden that I send all the love in the world to you every day for the rest of my life!!! My love for my children has no boundaries … and it deeply saddens me to know his outcry of saying I wasn't up to his expectation of a mother..." 

Ye Rants … Again

It has been a while since Ye West took to social media for one of his infamous rants, but he's back and on time. This go-round, the mogul is taking aim at the Kardashians and GAP. He took to Instagram to share a number of screenshots of text messages between him and his ex-wife Kim where the two were arguing over where their children would attend school. He also took a few digs at Kris Jenner. "Don't let Kris make you do Playboy like she made Kylie and Kim do. Hollywood is a giant brothel. Pornography destroyed my family. I deal with the addiction," he said, in part. West also called on the many ex-partners of the Kardashians and asked them to stand in solidarity with him.

Bennifer's Wedding Pics

Via her On the JLo newsletter, Jennifer Lopez recently shared some photos from her wedding with Ben Affleck and also shared with fans how she and her hubby picked their wedding song, Marc Cohn's True Companion, over 20 years ago, which the singer himself serenaded the couple with at their reception. "Nothing ever felt more right to me, and I knew we were finally settling down in a way you can only do when you understand loss and joy and you are battle tested enough to never take the important things for granted or let the silly insignificant nuisances of the day get in the way of embracing every precious moment," she stated.

SNL Cast Shake Up

There's going to be a new look to the SNL cast when the next season gets underway. Several veterans on the show are said to be done with the sketch comedy show. Among the comedians leaving are Alex Moffat, Aristotle Athari, and Melissa Villaseñor, who was the first Latina cast member on the decades-old series. Pete Davidson, Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant, and Kyle Mooney also all announced their departures previously.