MTV News had a interview clip with LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst on "TRL" yesterday. Fred described his relationship with Britney Spears saying, "Me and her were talking. It was very under the lid. It was private. And, uh, it started getting out, I guess 'cause we were going out places together. It just got so out of proportion, blown out of proportion then you got her goin' on 'TRL'." And what did he think of Britney's denials and "not-my-type" comments? "I was really upset she had said that, she is playin' me out pretty bad, man." Durst said the new LIMP song "Just Drop Dead" is not specifically about Britney, but his experience with her and other women helped inspire the track. In other news, Howard Stern said on his show yesterday morning that he got a call from someone in the music industry the night before telling him that he doesn't believe what LIMP BIZKIT frontman Fred Durst said about Britney Spears on Thursday's show. The guy reportedly said he knows for a fact that Britney shaves her private parts. Also on the Durst front, Globe Photos has posted pictures of the LIMP BIZKIT frontman leaving "The Howard Stern Show" in New York City on Thursday. Check out the pictures here.
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