Britney Spears' fired manager Larry Rudolph has confirmed that they are on speaking terms already and sources said that they are working on a project.
While her single "Break the Ice" is still hot on the chart, there has been a report that Britney Spears will record a new album with the help of her ex-manager. The pop singer who hit all-time low with her latest release "Blackout", has reconciled with Larry Rudolph whom she parted ways with shortly before the release of the 2007 album.
A source revealed, "Britney is slowly putting her life back together and Larry understands that it wasn't the real Britney saying those things and doing those things last year. He's ready to get back on board to make her successful again." Another source told E! News, "It's true. They are working together."
Early last year, Britney fired Rudolph, her manager of 9 years, after he allegedly teamed up with her parents and forced her into seeking help in rehab.
On their reconciliation, Rudolph has confirmed that they are on speaking terms again. He told US Weekly magazine, "I have spent time with her, and she is on the right path because she has people around her who really care about her well-being. (But) this isn't the time to talk business. This is a time for healing."