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First Look: Kevin Federline in "CSI"

A lot of undue fuss has already been made about Britney spouse and would-be rap star Kevin Federline's upcoming appearance on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, but I couldn't help but yelp with glee when I received the below images in my electronic inbox a few moments ago.

I think they speak for themselves.

Even with his jaunty cap and vacantly menacing expression, there's no missing real acting talent at work here.

Here's what the CBS press machine had to say about the episode:

"The CSI team investigates a series of brutal tourist beatings that take place within the span of a few hours throughout the Las Vegas area, on CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION, Thursday, October 12 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Kevin Federline guest stars as Cole Tritt, an arrogant teenager who harasses Nick and Warrick at a crime scene."

If that's not enough to tempt you into watching, you can check out a preview clip of the soon-to-be-classic episode here. It's a sleezy wannabe "acting" at its very finest.

I don't know about you, but something tells me this might just be the most hilarious episode of CSI yet.


rockauteur said…
I can't wait to see K-Fed "act" on Entourage too!
ticknart said…
I take back all the bitching I did when Paris Hilton was on Veronica Mars and pass it on to this. And I'm not even a fan of CSI.
Anonymous said…
He WAS able to deliver the line "You're a joke" without a hint of irony, so that's saying something.
Me said…
He like Vanilla Ice with a beard.
Zoe said…
I have to wonder if Kevin Federline is going to follow in the footsteps of Carlos Leon (remember him? Lourdes' Dad?) and start showing up as Thug #1 and Convict #2 on Law and Order episodes too.

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