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AP Has Britney Spears' Obituary Written, Ready To Go

It's not uncommon for news agencies and reporting services to prepare obituary notices of high profile individuals so that they can be run without much delay incase of a sudden death.

This isn't so common in the case of relatively young celebrities. However, following Britney Spears (photosBritney Spears photos)' recent meltdown and antics, the Associated Press has decided that it would be best to prepare an obituary for the singer in advance -- just incase.

"We are not wishing it, but if Britney passed away, it’s easily one of the biggest stories in a long time," AP entertainment editor Jesse Washington tells 'Us' magazine.

"I think one would agree that Britney seems at risk right now," Washington says. "Of course, we would never wish any type of misfortune on anybody and hope that we would never have to use it until 50 years from now... but if something were to happen, we would have to be prepared."

Washington tells the mag that the news agency has an 'extensive obituary operation', and are 'constantly adding people.'

January 18, 2008 |

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