Britney arrived at the Screen Actors Guild Awards do arm-in-arm with husband Kevin, who is currently launching his own music career under the artistic name K-Fed. The couple were all smiles and seemed keen to scotch rumours about heated rows in the marital home
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30 JANUARY 2006

A glowing Britney Spears snuggled up to husband Kevin Federline at an LA awards do has put paid to rumours that their marriage is on the rocks. After reports that the superstar singer was fed up with her other half's partying and had arranged for his prized Ferrari to be towed away, the couple looked keen to show that all is well in the Spears-Federline mansion.

At the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, the pop princess chose a cute cocktail dress that showed off the slimline figure she's been busy sculpting since the birth of four-month-old Sean Preston. Having ditched his rapper's togs and cap, her man was suited and booted for an unusually dapper look.

Eyebrows were raised when the Louisiana-born performer turned up recently at a Hindu temple to have her son blessed - with no sign of Kevin or her wedding ring. But sources close to the pair, who've been married for 14 months, say that he was in New York to talk to major record labels about a deal.

PopoZao, his Brazilian-inspired groove about curvaceous women, has reportedly been doing well since he released it on the internet under the moniker K-Fed. And the former dancer insists that Britney is fully behind his efforts. "The support and advice that she gives me is advice that any wife would give to her husband," he said. "She's there for me, she loves the music."

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