For The Record: News On Ashley Alexandra Dupre, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson & More

dupre.jpg· This afternoon, New York radio station Z100 premiered "What We Want" by Ashley Alexandra Dupre, a.k.a. "Kristen," a.k.a the high-priced prostitute involved in New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's resignation. Decide for yourself whether her music is worth $1,000 an hour by checking out the song.

· Britney Spears was busy on the Century City set of the sitcom "How I Met Your Mother" today. "Working on 'How I Met Your Mother' has been so terrific," the singer said in a statement. "Everyone, including the cast, the crew and the producers, has been wonderful, and Abby is such a fun girl to play. I'm having a blast!" She'll continue shooting her scenes on Friday for an episode airing March 24. In the meantime, Britney's next video premiered on BlackoutBall.com, featuring an animated version of herself. Best described as a cross between her "Toxic" video and "Mission Impossible," the video shows an anime heroine crashing a black-tie party to stop a Brit-cloning villain by giving him a poisoned kiss.

· The bank told Michael Jackson to "Beat It," but the formerly gloved singer has struck a "confidential" deal with Fortress Investment Group to retain ownership of his famed Neverland Valley Ranch. Jacko's attorney told The Associated Press that the public auction for the Los Olivos, California, property is now off.

· The brat pack from "Beverly Hills, 90210" may be coming back. The Hollywood Reporter is, er, reporting, that the CW Network is developing a spin-off of the famed Fox hit and that characters from the original show might make the transition to the new show. Bring back Nat!

· North and South came out to applaud Terror Squad don Fat Joe last night in the Bronx. Joey Crack hosted his own album-release party for The Elephant in the Room, and not only did he party, he jumped onstage. Besides performing his own tracks, Joe brought out fellow Bronx legends KRS-One and Slick Rick. The South was in the house as well, when Miami's Rick Ross dropped by.