Selena Gomez says that she looks up to Britney Spears as one of her role models because she’s strong. Selena told Latina magazine that. “In a way, Britney can be someone to look up to. She was constantly being looked at and picked on.” Selena admits that she’s having the same things happen to her.“It’s starting to happen to me. At the moment, I don’t have anything good they can pick on me with, but they’ll find something. Maybe I can be as strong,” she says.Asked about being picked as the top choice on Perez Hilton’s favorite list, Selena reveals, “I felt like it was a school yearbook and I made most popular. I’ve never met him, but he’s been very nice to me. That’s a good thing, ’cause not everybody is so nice.”
Britney’s back!Britney Spears breaks out her inner ringmaster and kicks off her Circus tour with a concert in New Orleans, Louisiana on Tuesday night (March 3).The 27-year-old entertainer wore costumes designed by Canadian identical twins Dean and Dan Caten ofDsquared2.Brit Brit kicked off the show by descending from the ceiling on a trapeze and singing her recent track, “Circus”. The “Lucky” singer also did a pole dance to her song, “Radar”. Brit also sang her classics “Boys“, “Me Against the Music“, “Baby One More Time“, “Womanizer” and many others.
This morning’s news has me more excited than ever. E! Entertainment is reporting that the singer has added a little magic to her performance. Illusionist-comedian Ed Alonzo explains,”Right away, she got into the boxes and into the magic contraptions to learn the stuff, and she’s so excited about this tour and all the elements that are in it. “We’re going to be doing the classics of magic but a little high-tech. We’ll be doing a little dissection, transposition, a vanish, an appearance—and if I do a trick, she doesn’t just hold the props, she’s actually getting inside the big boxes or I am slicing her up.”
Britney Spears posted the artwork for her latest single “If U Seek Amy” on herofficial website.If U Seek Amy” is the third single to be released from Brit’s sixth studio album Circus. The track was co-written and produced by Max Martin, who also wrote previous hits for Brit Brit, including “…Baby One More Time” and “Oops!… I Did It Again”.