Unfortunately, he hasn't actually returned to his days of food services. While K-Fed may seem like a natural choice for working the deep fryer, he's really fulfilling his lifetime dream of becoming a serious actor. Or just starring in a commercial, either way. As we mentioned earlier, Kevin is shooting an ad to be aired during the Super Bowl for Nationwide Insurance. People reports:
In a Nationwide Insurance ad scheduled to air during the Super Bowl next month, Federline appears in what looks like a slick rap video featuring the girls-and-money clichés, only to be snapped back to reality: He's actually daydreaming at the fryer at a fast-food restaurant – emphasizing Nationwide's slogan, "Life comes at you fast."
"This is his way to get the last laugh," Nationwide ad executive Steven Schreibman tells PEOPLE.
The commercial, which Federline, 28, started filming Tuesday in Los Angeles, will air during the third quarter of the Super Bowl on Feb. 4. On the set, Federline has been "so humble, so professional," says Schreibman. "Everyone has fallen in love with him."
Schreibman added: "No one has personified 'Life comes at you fast' in the media better than Kevin Federline. Our partnership with Kevin shows the world that he has a great sense of humor."
Seriously, when did Kevin become the sympathetic party in this break-up? While Britney has turned herself into a one-woman career wrecking ball, Kevin's been (thankfully) laying pretty low and not running his mouth like may have been expected. We never, ever, in a million years thought we'd say this, but we're kind of excited to see how the commercial turns out. Popozao, indeed.