LOS ANGELES, Nov. 28 (UPI) -- During a Los Angeles concert by the Dixie Chicks, the country trio devoted a song to rapper Kevin Federline because of his current marriage troubles.
While appearing at Los Angeles' Staples Center on Friday night, Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines devoted the group's hit, "White Trash Wedding," to Federline due to his ongoing marital troubles with his wife, singer Britney Spears, "Access Hollywood" reported
"I'm gonna dedicate this next song to K-Fed," Maines said at the concert, that counted the cast of NBC's "Heroes" among those in attendance.
"I was just thinking, I bet nobody's dedicated a song to him today," she added.
"Access Hollywood" reported that the audience, that also included actress Tori Spelling, found the tribute humorous and offered their support to the Dixie Chicks.