Making her much-awaited return to the stage, Britney Spears offered up a comeback performance in Las Vegas, Nevada on Friday night (March 25).
Held at Rain nightclub inside the Palms Hotel & Casino, the pop princess was all business as she worked the stage with her dancers while performing three songs for a crowd of nearly 700 fans in attendance.
Among the highlights, a scantily clad Spears belted out her hit single “Hold It Against Me” while giving a smooch to one of her backup dance team members in the midst of the song.
Being taped for an MTV special airing next week, Britney also treated the audience to renditions of “Big Fat Bass” and “Till the World Ends”.
With the show coming just ahead of her new album Femme Fatale, Miss Spears tweeted just before the gig’s kickoff, writing, “Can’t wait to take the stage again at midnight….” She added, “Pumped! Here we go people… -Britney”
Yesterday the “Toxic” songstress took to her Twitter page today to share the good news with her 7 million followers. “Looks like my little secret isn’t a secret anymore. You’re all invited. Be there or be square, b**ch!”
Britney, who will also perform on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” next week to celebrate the release of her new album, recently told press that she’d be willing to walk away from her music career if it ever became too much for her.
“I’ll be a full-time mom, which would be cool. I’d miss my fans and all of the love the most, but I definitely would not miss having my picture taken everywhere I go.”
Doing her part to try and help those affected by the tragic events in Japan, Britney Spears donated two tickets to her “Good Morning America” taping this Sunday in San Fransisco to a local radio station so that they could put them to good use.
Bay Area radio station Wild 94.9 got their hands on the two VIP passes to the show, which they in turn put up for auction with proceeds going to the Salvation Army. By the time the auction closed on Wednesday night (March 23), the winner had bought their passes for a whopping $1,136.
Britney will pre-tape her “GMA” appearance this Sunday, which will air next Tuesday (March 29) – the day that her “Femme Fatale” album drops.
Spears’ morning show visit will kick of her promo appearances for “Femme Fatale”, which will include stops at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” a 24-hour “Britney Take-Over” day at MTV, and an appearance on Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards.
The 29-year-old songstress recently told Rolling Stone of the new album: “I wanted it to sound different from everything else out right now. I also wanted to experiment with all the different types of music I love, which is why you hear a mixture of pop, hip-hop and dance throughout the album. I also really wanted to play with my voice and change up my sound here and there, which was really fun.”
Britney also mentioned, “I only wanted songs that I immediately connected to. I also wanted to make sure that this album was completely different from Circus or anything else I had ever recorded. I love Circus, but I wanted something darker and edgier. I also wanted to make an album and didn’t want to just record a bunch of songs and put them together. I think Femme Fatale is really connected from start to finish.”
Pictures of Britney Spears making her concert comeback with a show at Rain in Las Vegas:
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