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Saturday, 12 November 2011

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While at The Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic Britney was not allowed to get within 50 feet of a microphone.

HOLLYWOOD HILLS - Britney Spears just admitted for the first time that she was in fact addicted to lip syncing.

The blonde "Oops!...I Did It Again" songstress says that she did not really realize that she had a lip syncing disorder which is known by the medical name Labia Nolo Ono Ipso Smackola until she saw herself on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.

Spears talked with Margarita Mixx of The Tinsel Town Times Tribune and said that she remembers she was having dinner and suddenly looked up from her TV tray and noticed that she was hearing the words to her song video "Womanizer" but she saw that her lips were not moving.

Spears said she immediately dropped her tuna melt sandwich and yelled out scaring her two kids Sean Prestington and Jaden Jameson Federline who were drawing pictures of Amanda Knox in the kitchen.

Britney grabbed the remote control and hit the rewind button and again saw that her words and her mouth were not in sync much like the old Japanese Godzilla, Rodan, Gorgo, and Mothra movies where the words were heard and two seconds later the mouths would move.

After viewing herself on television she decided to check herself into The Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic. She knew that the way things were going, she was not going to get any better and she really stood a chance of getting embarrassed as hell if she ever had to sing the National Anthem at a sporting event or at a White House state dinner.

SIDENOTE: Britney Spears spent two weeks at the Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic where she became very popular with the other patients and participated in dance contests. Due to her lip syncing addiction she was not allowed to lead the patients in any type of singing events.

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