Britney Spears' manager Larry Rudolph explained their visits to a studio in Burbank are simply for fun and nothing more.
The fingers are crossed again for a Britney Spears comeback as the latest report suggested that the pop star has been hitting the recording studio in the past few weeks. The singer's manager Larry Rudolph who reunited with her early this month, confirmed this, stating that at this stage they are merely doing it "just for fun".
"We went into the studio, but it was just for fun - nothing more," Rudolph said, commenting on their visits to the California studio on Monday (April 14) and the next day. A source further revealed to E! News that Britney actually had a vocal coach to get her voice back in its prime shape. Ron Anderson who had worked with several celebrities like Paula Abdul, Shania Twain and Chris Daughtry, reportedly was there to give her voice lessons.
"She's doing it just for fun," the source said. "She's just sitting at the piano, singing a little. She's just in there to have some fun. It may lead to something down the road, but right now this is just part of her staying on the right track." The source added that Britney played both old and new songs that will help "to get her creativity going".
Britney's fifth studio album "Blackout" did not do as well as the last ones especially after her personal life took over the music career to make the headlines. The album was poorly promoted and has not been supported with a tour. However, Rudolph added that Britney is currently "on the right path."