Saturday, May 05, 2007

Kevin To Attend The Kentucky Derby

The horsey set's annual rite of spring, the Kentucky Derby, is bringing to Louisville as diverse a crowd as ever has been seen in the event's 133-year history. Among the names expected to turn out for the weekend's festivities and Saturday's big event: Kevin Federline, Larry Birkhead – and Queen Elizabeth II of England.

"I am so excited to attend the Kentucky Derby this year and am honored that the Barnstable Brown Family personally invited me," Federline tells PEOPLE. The Barnstable Brown Party, now in its 19th year, is considered the biggest Derby Eve gathering of celebrities in town and the real place to be seen. "I've wanted to go for the past few years, so I am taking the opportunity and going to enjoy attending the race, going to the black tie gala's and enjoying the whole experience," said Federline. "It's such a great tradition, and I'm glad I can be a part of it!"


Anonymous said...

Larry Birkhead? OMG this just gets even better. So the guy who knocks up Anna Nicole is granted celebrity status. And Kevin Federline receives a "personal invitation" because he did a so so job at parenting while his estranged wife was at rehab. I doubt those people even cared to listen to his album.

Anonymous said...

Sorry KFool, the Derby doesn't make anyone associate your name with winning. It just reminds us that you're a horse's ass.