Durst then took to the airwaves, telling Howard Stern that it was "unbelievable about this crap she's saying," and swearing on his child's "blue eyes" that he was telling the truth. Spears married her hometown sweetheart and divorced after 55 hours, before marrying Kevin Federline and divorcing him two years later.
Durst, for his part, continued making music and pursuing a directing career (his latest film, [movie id="297309"]"The Education of Charlie Banks,"[/movie] stars Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Ritter and opens March 27).
And hey, Acorn's getting in the mix as well, importing a BBC gem for stateside viewing pleasure.
[artist id="1239"]Fred Durst[/artist] is a lot of things, but he's apparently not one to hold a grudge.
Durst is best known as the vocalist of the band Limp Bizkit, formed in 1994, with whom he released six studio albums.
Since 2006, Durst had periodically worked on independent films.
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While the dude who gave the world "Break Stuff" and "Nookie" doesn't seem like the most natural fit for a dating website, Durst does have a history with film.
Wie berichtet, hat Limp Bizikit-Sänger Fred Durst bei einem neuen Werbespot für das Dating-Portal e Harmony Regie geführt.
Bereits im vergangenen Jahr soll Durst für die e Harmony an einem Clip mitgewirkt haben.
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The singer, who is set to headline the NME stage at this year's Reading and Leeds festival with his band, has reportedly said that the loved-up couple didn't tell anyone...because they thought everyone would eventually catch-on.