Saturday, June 28, 2008

Kevin Federline Parties Night Away in Miami

He may have partied till nearly dawn, but parenting was on the mind of Kevin Federline Friday night into Saturday morning – capping a week in which he and ex Britney Spears seem destined for a custody showdown.

"Kevin was in a great mood and even talked about a new song he is working on, called 'Daddy's Home,' " says a source at Mansion on South Beach – where K-Fed (as host) and his party of 10 and a security guard stayed until 4 a.m. Saturday, following a late dinner at Miami's Michy's, an intimate and upscale restaurant.

"He has put a lot of time and effort into writing and rehearsing it, but says it is not quite ready yet," the source tells PEOPLE.

At Mansion, Federline, dressed in an over-sized, blue, long-sleeved, oxford shirt and jeans, spent much of the night chatting with the club's host Lyndon Smith, another single dad. "We talked about our kids and parenting and what that's all about," Smith says.

Although multiple bottles of champagne were sent to Federline, he preferred to drink water. Not that the bubbly went to waste – he sprayed an entire bottle on the dancing crowd.

Scrubs star Zach Braff and Donald Faison, with Cacee Cobb, Jessica Simpson's former assistant, came late and hung with Federline while he danced with his group of friends, including one guy from his hometown.

Good Dance Moves

"Kevin is a great dancer with some very complicated moves," says another source at Mansion. "He wasn't with any one girl in particular. He was friendly and nice to everyone and in a wonderful mood."

Federline, 30, had been seen in the late afternoon checking into the Gansevoort Hotel on South Beach, where he asked staffers to call him "Kevin" and even signed autographs.

"Kevin seemed happy and was very gracious," says an eyewitness. "He stopped and took photos with anyone who asked."



Anonymous said...

I'd love to hear his new song. So glad things are going so great for him!

Anonymous said...

It must be hard for Kevin to talk about his kids with regular people. He has to run out to night clubs just to be a good father.