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The Princess of Pop enlists the help of her longtime pal will.i.am and rising producer Hit-Boy for her new album.
A rep for the 'Stronger' singer says there's 'no truth whatsoever' to the claim by a Kerala-born filmmaker saying that Spears will sing and dance to the title track of the upcoming Hindi movie.
It turns out that the lawsuit, which was initially believed to have outed Britney's secret affair with Kevin Federline's brother, is fake.
In his lawsuit against Britney, Christopher Federline alleged that he had an affair with his sister in law and fathered Sean Preston.
The addition of Spears failed to bring big number to the show's second season, prompting Cowell to look for new faces.
Jason reportedly will break things off with the 'Hold It Against Me' hitmaker after 'The X Factor' ends its current season.
Princess of Pop Britney Spears starts working on her 8th album with songwriting-sensation Elijah Blake.
The 'Scream and Shout' songstress edges out Taylor Swift and Rihanna and becomes Forbes' top-earning female music artist with an estimated $58 million income for 2012.
The ex-couple is reunited by a $37 grand worth of back taxes they owe to the state of California allegedly from 2004.
The new clip has some futuristic sets and literally a lot of Spears and the Black Eyed Peas rapper as viewers see multiplicity effects of the two artists throughout the video.
Britney's new dog, Hannah, has her own Twitter profile and has already collected more than 9,000 followers.
The two collaborators will spice up the Thanksgiving celebrations with their new video 'Scream and Shout', which is set to premiere on November 28 on 'The X Factor'.
Arin Ray gets the lowest vote in the November 22 results show, while Beatrice Miller is sent home after singing for survival against CeCe Frey.
The latest collaboration between the two artists is now online in full and presents some pretty good vocals from the pop diva.
The pop diva has a new single with pal will.i.am from Black Eyed Peas, which is set to premiere on Monday, November 19.