April 29, 2005 06:00 AM

Expectant parents Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have been vacationing at the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa in Paradise Valley, Ariz., but it’s not just a pleasure trip. They’re also finishing work on Britney & Kevin, their new reality show for UPN, which premieres May 17. The couple completed the voice-over narration of the home videos taken by Federline, so now it’s officially a wrap: “Their portion of the production is done,” a source says. But producers in Los Angeles are still editing some 20 hours of video, including scenes from Spears’s European tour and the couple’s wedding.

Reality Check
We just had to ask: Which reality show do celebrities think they could win?

Paula Abdul: I’d love to take part in The Amazing Race – that seems like it could be a lot of fun. I’d have to have the right partner. Definitely not Simon. That could never be. We wouldn’t make it five minutes.

Sylvester Stallone: I could probably win on Wife Swap. I would be a really tough mother and get the kids in line. I’d use Rambo tactics.

Brandy: It’s always been my dream to be a contestant on American Idol. I ask myself every day, “Could I really stand the pressure and really win American Idol“? I had the pleasure of guest judging, and that was a great experience.

David Duchovny: I could win The Apprentice as long as I didn’t have to sell ice cream on the street. That I couldn’t do. I can only sell movies.

Mark McGrath: The one I want to be on is The Surreal Life. I’m cheesy enough to say it. When you have Webster and MC Hammer sharing bunk beds, I want a part of that.

Caught in the Act
Halle Berry, at a benefit event at the Los Angeles home of Dylan McDermott and wife Shiva Rose. The actress, wearing her hair pulled back in a ponytail and dressed simply in trousers and a leather jacket, joined the discussion presented by Artists for Amnesty (a group formed in Hollywood to support Amnesty International) about the plight of African women .

David Arquette, Julianna Margulies, Christian Slater and other celebrities, hanging out at New York City’s Maritime Hotel for a post-premiere party celebrating the indie drama Slingshot. The partygoers mingled and drank the specialty of the night: the Tribecatini, made with Fris vodka.


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