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Britney Spears and Jason Trawick have decided to go their separate ways, at least professionally. Trawick will no longer serve as Spears' agent, but the two confirm that all is fine and dandy in their personal relationship.
The pair "have decided to end their professional relationship and focus on their personal relationship," a Spears rep told People.com.
Fans, however, might be happier to hear that Spears is hard at work on a follow-up to her 2008 release, Circus. "Since wrapping her recent world tour, Spears has been busy in the studio working on her next album," her rep said. While there had been rumors that the album could be released sometime this summer, the fact that she is still working on it means that fans may have to wait a little longer. While details are scant about the new record, buzz about the album has been floating around the Web for quite some time now.
Several names are attached as possible contributors to what will be the singer's seventh studio album. David Guetta is involved, according to Idolator, as well as frequent Britney hitmaker Max Martin, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins and Sean Garrett.
Spears recently had fans salivating over her leaked demo of Lady Gaga's "Telephone." The song's producer, Darkchild, spoke about the work he's doing with the pop star on the album. "We talked about the direction of her album, [manager Larry Rudolph] gave me some insight into the direction, and he wants me to work on stuff for the album," he said. The producer went on to assert that he's very focused on the pop singer, and he's determined to "write an international smash for her new album.
"I think the fans deserve it, I think Britney deserves it and I can't wait to get back into the studio with Britney. I'm about to go crazy on making something that's so crazy. Since I've had that conversation with Larry Rudolph, I've studied some stuff from her last album and the Blackout album, and that was great stuff, but I think I'm going to bring something a little bit greater. I'm gonna give it my all to deliver something that's crazy, crazy amazing for Britney."
Britney Spears doesn’t always make the best fashion choices, but she’s the it girl right now, which means everyone wants a piece of her. Including Heidi Klum. Britney is allegedly going to appear on the next season of Project Runway.
MSNBC’s The Scoop reports, “Heidi’s smart: she knows that Britney can do wonders for a show’s ratings, there’s been a lot of drama at ‘Runway’ — it would be huge for her to get Britney.”
Heidi made a cameo of her own this week at Britney’s birthday bash at NYC’s Tenjune. Perhaps the ladies were discussing a little business then? This would probably be a great ratings booster for Project Runway. Britney’s cameo on the UK’s X Factor last week drew in over 12 million viewers!
Britney Spears got an early 27th birthday party in a British nightclub, blowing out the candles on a cake decorated to look like the cover of her new album Circus.
As cameras flashed, Spears was serenaded Saturday in the VIP balcony of the club G-A-Y with "Happy Birthday," another highlight of her European mini-tour in which she's performed her track "Womanizer" on TV shows in Germany, France and Great Britain.
With her comeback on track, Spears is scheduled to return to the United States for an appearance Tuesday – her actual birthday – on Good Morning America.
"The whole year has been a hell of a year for me," she tells Glamour. "I have been working so hard on my album, but I didn't know exactly where I stood with everyone. When I received the awards [at the Video Music Awards] and [the audience] stood for me, it showed me how much love is out there."
Music, she says, has helped her recover.
"Recording this album has helped take my mind off certain things," she tells the magazine. "For me, my music is therapy."
Britney Spears and her Circus are ready to take the world by storm! She's just announced the first dates on her world tour, which will take place in the UK. Britney will be playing the O2 Arena in London on June 3rd and 4th, and tickets for the shows are already going on sale on December 5th! We're sure the Brits are just aching to see Britney perform, since the last time she played London was in 2004.
Rob Hallett, of tour promoter AEG, says, "It's going to be very special. We're creating a musical circus. Expect to see jugglers, dancers, tattooed ladies and acrobats."
Spears fans across the pond will get their first taste of Brit this weekend when she performs on X Factor.
Although Britney Spears admits in a new film that she "totally lost my way, lost focus, lost myself," that won't stand in the way of her comeback, says her manager.
"She's definitely ready," Larry Rudolph tells PEOPLE, following a sneak peek of Spears's riveting MTV documentary, Britney: For the Record, airing Nov. 30, in Santa Monica, Calif.
"She loves to work," he says. "She's a very strong person. Everybody goes through setbacks in their lives. [But] every day, I see her getting happier and stronger."
One of her biggest victories this year? Regaining visitation with Preston, 3, and Jayden, 2, her sons with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
So while her musical comeback is important, Spears has made it clear that motherhood comes first, says Rudolph.
"Her kids and balancing her life with her kids is an incredible priority – the No. 1 priority in terms of how I operate with her," he says.
Spears's boys can be seen in the film, which follows the pop star over three months as she records her upcoming album Circus, wins big at September's MTV Video Music Awards, and speaks frankly about her problems – including her failed relationships with Federline and Justin Timberlake.
The idea for the candid documentary sprung up during a conversation Spears and Rudolph had over dinner several months ago.
"It evolved and became a question of, What will she do? What will she say? How will she say it?" he says. "How will people view her after what she's been through and after all that they've seen in the tabloids over the past year or two?"
Adds Rudolph: "This became sort of a great way for her to say what she needs to say on her terms."
With the release of her sixth studio album Circus only three weeks away, Britney Spears is working on a "top secret project" with her manager and choreographer.
The pop star, 26, released four exclusive photos on her new celebrity MySpace page of auditions for male dancers for the new project "in anticipation of next month's Circus."
The new page launched Monday and features pictures from Spears' wins at this year's Video Music Awards and a video of the director's cut her Circus single "Womanizer."
Spears recently took the stage at a Madonna concert in Los Angeles. She also is planning her own concert tour next year.
Wanna sweat it out to Britney Spears? Well word on the street is that our girl is coming out with a workout video. She proved us all wrong this year with a major body transformation, and looks amazing compared to this time last year.
A spokesperson for her label Jive tells the Chicago Sun-Times, "The idea makes perfect sense, given Britney is a singer who uses dance so much in her act."
They say a deal has not been made quite yet though. As strange of an idea as this is, we think it might actually work for Brit. We would totally listen to what Brit telling us what to do to in a workout class! In fact, maybe she should start teaching live workout classes! Now that would definitely draw a crowdhttp://www.hollyscoop.com/britney-spears/britney-to-release-workout-video_17905.aspx
According to The Sun, the Britney Spears comeback train will officially make a stop in London this December. Brit is releasing her new album on her 27th birthday, December 2nd. Presumably she’ll be doing a good deal of press around that time – part of which will include Brit’s first performance in the UK in four years. Britney will sing her expected single “Womanizer” on X-Factor, the British version of American Idol.
BRITNEY Spears is returning to Britain to star on The X Factor.
The pop megastar, 26, will perform comeback single Womanizer on the show in December.
The appearance is her first visit here since her Onyx Hotel tour more than four years ago — and marks her continued recovery after a public meltdown last year.
An insider on Simon Cowell’s ITV1 hit said: “Everyone is thrilled. To have Britney involved is a massive coup. They expect ratings to go through the roof when her performance airs.”
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While it’s always a good idea to be rather skeptical of British tabloids, the Sun has proven to be fairly reliable. X Factor is still huge in the UK, whereas it’s American Idol, its U.S. counterpart, has lost a good deal of popularity. Britney appearing on the show would be good for everyone involved, and it would possibly get her a lot of fawning/adoring press while she was there.
It’ll be interesting to see what kind of press coverage her record company is aiming for this time around. Will they have her doing a lot of talking and giving interviews, or do their best to keep her quiet and performing? I wonder if she’ll address the chaos of the last few years or if everyone will do their best to gloss over it. Not that anyone’s close to forgotten about it. If I were on Britney’s PR team (because I know she’s curious how I feel about her career) I’d advise her to stick to the singing and dancing. It’ll remind everyone why she became famous in the first place, and probably convince people that’s she’s “back” more than a lot of probing interviews.