Britney Spears reportedly came close to lose the songs she recorded with Rusko when the producer's house, which has a studio attached in it, was caught in fire. Luckily, the producer who is said to have been involved in her next studio album managed to take his hard drives to safety.
"My house!!! Not a joke. Thank God I grabbed my hard drives," he tweeted while attaching a picture of his destroyed house. "Were all safe thank the lord." Soon after the news spread on the web, rumor suggested Britney's demos were all burnt in the accident. But her manager Adam Leber denied it, tweeting "More bull$**t....see who's talking smack in this week's BS report."
Prior to dismissing the BS story, Leber gave update on the follow-up to Britney's 2009 album "Circus". He revealed the pop singer is preparing to have a recording session with top-notch producers Max Martin and Dr. Luke. He wrote, "Brit is recording a big big BIG new song on Friday with #MaxMartin & @TheDrLuke. I'm pretty sure its a smash!"