NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — A November 4th Kevin Federline appearance at New York's Webster Hall was less than a spectacular success. The show was supposed to start at 7pm, but at the time curtains were supposed to go up, there were less than 300 fans in a room designed to accommodate 1,500. According to The Star magazine, a source at the venue reported that "They were going to cancel this concert but he begged them to keep it on. He had to fight with them to keep this concert."
Reportedly Kevin waited for three hours, hoping more fans would arrive fashionably late. When Federline finally took to the stage at 10pm, he only performed for 30 minutes. A guest in the crowd said that "only one-third of the audience had stayed until the end."
Federline is touring in support of his first album, "Playing with Fire." The album has received mixed reviews in the press. – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers