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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.
Wiz teamed up with Charlie Puth and Lindsey Stirling for a rendition of 'See You Again' while Spears and Iggy Azalea rocked the stage with their 'Pretty Girls'.
Taylor showed her cleavage in a white jumpsuit with cutouts, J.Lo was practically naked in a sheer dress, while Britney looked sweet in long dress with diamond-shaped beading throughout.
Britney gives her new alien friend a makeover and cruises around the town with her before eventually taking her to a club.
The newest leak shows Britney partying with her girls while Iggy emerges from a pool dressing like an alien.
After delaying two shows over the weekend due to the injury sustained when she fell onstage last week, the singer rescheduled her Wednesday, May 6 concert too.
The singer made the announcement during a surprise appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Tuesday, May 5.
The Australian raptress has responded to the leak, urging her fans on Twitter to wait until the song officially debuts on Monday, May 4.
Britney and her featured guest are expected to perform the catchy dance anthem at the Billboard Music Awards later this month.
The 'Hold It Against Me' singer shares a picture on Twitter which shows her wearing a 'bootie' as a part of injured leg recovery.
One leaked preview also gives a peek at the song's music video which the pop diva and the raptress shot a few weeks ago.
The 'Oops!... I Did It Again' hitmaker has signed an eight-year licensing deal with Glu Mobile, the developer behind the multi-million dollar 'Kim Kardashian: Hollywood'.