Britney Spears is reportedly upset due to the leak of her new single "Womanizer". Her mother, Lynne Spears, says, "The fact someone has secretly recorded rehearsals and leaked her single on to the internet has really upset her."
Not only Britney who is mad over the illegal posting of her unfinished song, Jive/Zomba Records have also "been frantically trying to pull the material from the internet" and claim that "it's not good for Britney's comeback if people aren't getting to listen to the polished version."
Speaking of her daughter's comeback plan, Lynne hints that the "Piece of Me" singer will be hitting the road. "She's releasing music, she has plans to do tours and some other little secrets that I can't tell you. It's going to be fabulous though," she reveals.
"Womanizer" was previously posted briefly on Nashville Radio Station before it was taken down at her label's demand. Meanwhile, the people from the radio station who uploaded the song snippet has reportedly been fired. "Don't expect any posts from (Adam Davis)," a written statement on the station's site read. "He is not here. We are sorry to inform you he is not on the air with 'Woody & Jim In The Morning'. No details will be given at this time, however we are sure you can fish around the internet gossip blogs to figure stuff out."
Furthermore, Jive/Zomba recently announce that "Womanizer" will be returned to the mixing room for a final touch. "The mix is being finalized and is expected to be done within a week," a spokesperson from the label explains. However, as the label give no words concerning Britney's upcoming album, "Circus", it means that the record will still be scheduled to hit the market on December 2.