Eager to kick off her show to promote upcoming sixth major studio album, 'Circus', Britney Spears had an 'intense' work for her rehearsal.
Britney Spears reportedly worked overtime at Hollywood's International Dance Studio on Thursday, October 23. As seen on the news photo, Spears donned a green tank top and long black sport pants, creating new moves with her two backing dancers. "We hear rehearsal last night was intense but Brit got inspired when she put on Tucker's hat and she began to totally rock the session," her camp called Team Britney said.
Beside posting a picture from her rehearsal session, Team Britney also uploaded several pics of Spears as a child performer. The singer, who will perform the new tracks from her upcoming LP, "Circus", on ABC's "Good Morning America", is seen performing ballet and singing onstage during an event.
Previously, Spears has also been rehearsing for the ITV1's "X Factor" show. Her choreographer, Brian Friedman, told the Mirror, "Britney is at the best she has ever been. She will perform 'Womanizer' on the show and it will be the raunchiest performance 'X Factor' has seen. She's back on top of her game."
Aimed to follow up her 2007 "Blackout" album, "Circus" is Spears' sixth major studio effort which is due for U.S. release on December 2 to coincide with her 27th birthday. Lady GaGa, Keri Hilson, Lil Jon, and Chris Brown are some of the big names who will be lined up as guest stars on the record.
Pictures of Britney Spears as a child ballet dancer and singer: