Britney has confirmed that “Criminal” is the official fourth single from “Femme Fatale” speaking backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards 2011, where she said that she is already thinking up ideas for the music video.
Britney attended and turned heads at the MTV Video Music Awards 2011 accepting her Video Vanguard Award for outstanding contribution as well as Best Pop Video for “Till The World Ends.” Britney was heralded in a tribute by a child dance troupe, before being presented her achievement award by Lady Gaga dressed as her male alter-ego, Jo Calderone.
Sony Music Europe have added a sequel to Britney’s 2005 remix album to their release schedule following rumours that Britney would release a “Femme Fatale” remixes album or re-release in time for Christmas. “B In The Mix: The Remixes – Volume 2” has been added with a release date of 27th September 2011, however this is subject to change.
Britney has given an exclusive interview to UK pop music blog Popjustice, run by Peter Robinson, about her love for the 1920’s and art deco (and how it fits in with the styling of “Femme Fatale”), how she considers herself to be a leader and not a follower, and what she would do if she was locked in a room with nothing but a saucepan.
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“I Wanna Go” has officially become Britney’s biggest hit on US radio stations to date, surpassing the success of its predecessor “Till The World Ends” and every single one of her previous singles to date – a massive achievement for the third single from her seventh studio album.
At the tender age of just 29, Britney Spears will be honoured at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards joining the likes of Michael Jackson, Madonna and Janet Jackson. She will be presented with the Lifetime Achievement Video Vanguard Award in celebration of her iconic videos and performances, and is rumoured to be performing a medley of hits from her current album at the show.
EpixHD have confirmed that Britney’s “Femme Fatale” tour was filmed in 3D and full 1080p HD live in Toronto, Canada over the course of the two nights she performed there and will be aired in November.
Joe Jonas will be the lead support act for Britney’s UK “Femme Fatale” tour dates and said
that Britney was his “childhood crush”. “It’s a dream come true. She was the first girl I ever had a poster on my wall of, and her album was the first CD I ever bought. It’s so funny to think I had that on my wall and here I am about to perform with her.” Joe Jonas will be appearing at all three London dates as well as the show in Birmingham.