‘Kristen’ and Eliot Issue Dual Releases

Kristen Eliot Spitzer
Photo: Getty Images and Ashley's Myspace

Last night Eliot Spitzer finally released his official letter of resignation. It was short, simple, and hand-signed:

Dear Speaker Silver and Majority Leader Bruno,

I am writing to advise you that I am resigning my position as Governor of the State of New York effective 12:00 noon on Monday, March 17, 2008.


Sincerely,


Eliot Spitzer

Governor

We love that (a) he's still governor until noon on Monday, which is surely a few extra hours that Paterson didn't ask for (think of how many personal checks pardons he can issue in that time!) and (b) how he had to put "Eliot Spitzer, Governor" at the bottom of the letter. Savor that, dude. "Eliot Spitzer, Attorney-at-law" just doesn't have the same ring to it.

But more importantly, as Vulture pointed out, our beloved "Kristen" had a very important new release today, too. Her latest song track! It's called "Move Ya Body." We were going to make a joke about that song title and Eliot Spitzer, but then we realized that every pop name ever could be a pun about hookers and governors.

Resignation Letter Released [NYDN]
Kristen Releases Another Song! [Vulture]
Earlier: Eliot Spitzer's 'Kristen' Somehow More Adorable Than Anticipated