Britney Spears working on new music with two massive duets on the way 4 months ago

Britney Spears working on new music with two massive duets on the way

Britney's back!

Britney Spears is making her comeback to music five years after she last performed – and if the rumours are true, there are two major collaborations on the way.


Following the success of Hold Me Closer with Sir Elton John last year, Britney is set to head back to the studio and work on even more.

According to new reports, the singers Britney is eyeing up include Dua Lipa, Ariana Grande and Sam Smith.

A music insider told The Sun: “Britney will not go out and promote anything current, so a duets album is a good way of her avoiding having to do any promotion while still getting the tracks played around the world.

"Britney loves nothing more than releasing music, so this is a way she can keep relevant while allowing her the time to work out how she wants to take her next steps.


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“Each day is being taken as it comes, and this is a very low-risk way of staying connected with her fans while also opening up some amazing collaborations.”

But these singers are the only ones she's aiming to work with as Britney is also wanting to record with Katy Perry, Kim Petras and BTS.


As the 41-year-old makes her way back into the music industry, she is set to take baby steps following her 13-year conservatorship.

In 2008, Britney was placed under a conservatorship with her father Jamie Spears having total control over her life and career. Conservators cited concerns about her mental health as the reason.

What happened next was an excruciatingly long legal battle, where Britney fought tirelessly to regain her freedom. Her plight and her efforts were highlighted by a fan-led movement called FreeBritney - a movement acknowledged by the singer herself for its role in helping her take her life back.

In 2021, she hired her own lawyer and formally asked a court to put an end to her conservatorship. The star came forward with some harrowing and severe allegations regarding what she'd been put through - including being drugged, forced to work, having zero privacy, and not being allowed to see her friends.


The conservatorship officially ended in November.


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