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'The boys and I doing our best #Oops album cover pose!' Britney captioned a Twitter photo of herself and her sons, Jayden and Sean, recreating her iconic 2000 album cover.
The producer behind many hits including Tinashe's '2 On' revealed the collaboration with the pop diva during an interview at London's Wireless Festival.
The 'Fancy' raptress makes it clear that she and the pop diva aren't feuding and are still friends while responding to recent reports stemming from her comments on the 'Pretty Girls' flop.
The pop diva seemingly responds to Iggy's comments about the flop of their collaboration by bragging about her ongoing Las Vegas residency.
The 'Fancy' hitmaker defends herself after she was accused of taking a dig at her collaborator Britney Spears following their flopped duet single.
The 'Pretty Girls' singer's father Jamie Spears reportedly didn't agree with the idea and asked her to cancel it.
The 32-year-old film producer feels heartbroken after the split as he thought that his former partner Britney was his soulmate.
The 'Toxic' hitmaker reportedly has called it quits with her boyfriend after eight months of dating.
The 'Toxic' hitmaker was heavily scrutinized by TSA agents at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, June 18 after she set off the metal detector three times.
When asked about her alternative dream job, the 'Toxic' hitmaker says she would like to become the nanny of Brangelina's six children.
The 'Womanizer' songstress chopped off her usual long blonde locks into above-the-shoulder cut with few bangs flowing past her eyes.
Spears reveals that she recently bought Carey's '#1 to Infinity' album and listened to it while painting with no top on in her art room.
The pop singer previewed her new album, a follow-up to 2013's 'Britney Jean', with the Iggy Azalea-assisted 'Pretty Girls' that recently debuted at No. 29 on Billboard Hot 100.
The pop diva brought out her 'Toxic' music video co-star and walked him around the stage like a dog on a leash during the performance of 'Freakshow'.
The 'Ain't No Other Man' hitmaker impersonates fellow female singers namely Sia, Cher and Lady GaGa as they are depicted auditioning to be 'The Voice' coach.