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- February 03, 2003
- Vol. 59
- No. 4
The Sundance Kids
Swapping Their Designer Duds for Down Vests (If Only By Day), Stars Settle into the Utah Mountains for a Stretch of Films, Fun and Fabulous Freebies
Still wondering what's up with Britney Spears's love life? Spears wasn't talking as she maneuvered through Sundance's postpremiere parties. But Limp Bizkit lead singer Fred Durst was—if a bit obliquely. Earlier in January, Durst admitted—and defended—his feelings for Britney on his Web site. "I really like her," he wrote. In a postmidnight chat at The United States of Leland party at Park City's Riverhorse Cafe, Durst—known for head-banging anthems like "Crack Addict"—denied the pair were an item but told PEOPLE that his feelings are "sweet, sincere things." Sweet, sincere, romantic things? "I wouldn't have feelings for someone if I was just their buddy," said Durst, 32, previously linked to Christina Aguilera and Carmen Electra. "I can't speak for Britney, but I'm allowed to feel what the hell I feel. I wish I didn't. I surely, after all this s—-, wish I didn't feel a damn thing. Trust me. I really respect her, as a sweet Southern girl. I'm very proud that I'm even able to deal with the feelings," he added. "It's a blessing." Stay tuned.
Julie Jordan and Elizabeth Leonard in Park City
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