We finally got the official word on the second single… Britney confirmed in a new interview with Mario Lopez that Slumber Party will be her next single. No official release date has been confirmed yet.
More specifically, she talked about the single’s music video, she described it as “It’s kind of a younger ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ theme. So it’s kind of a little risqué. It’s sexy. It’s very moody.”
Here’s the interview with NCCF president Jeff Gordon and Mario Lopez for Extra.
On Piece of Me Charity Ride: “I love kids. So when Jeff told me about this I was like ‘this is something that I had to do.’
On Hillary Clinton: “We talked about food a lot. We talked about jambalaya, we talked about our favorite restaurants here in Las Vegas. She’s a great lady. I love the fact that she’s a great communicator with people and she’s very present and aware.”
On Slumber Party Music video: “We just did the video. It’s kind of like a younger Eyes Wide Shut theme. So, it’s kind of a little risque. It’s very sexy, it’s very moody…and it’s fun! It’s fun.”
On Doing her own “Slumber Parties”: “No slumber parties…no one special at the moment.”
On her Piece Of Me wardrobe malfunction: “Yeah, well, it was really tight around my neck. It was the second time I’ve worn it and I was on the guitar and it just popped and I was like, ‘Oh, my God. It’s never done that before!’ so I just had to hold myself. One of my dancers, Zach, he came to me and put a shirt on me, so I had, like, a huge nightgown onstage… it was kind of invigorating!”
Her body: “I like to work out. I have a trainer. I love swimming.”
On Sean and Jayden dictating her Instagram posts: “I have to ask permission. They’re very funny [about] what I put out. Like, ‘Mom, we want this on Instagram. Mom, this cannot go on Instagram.’”
Their Halloween costumes: “Preston’s gonna be a clown. Jaden’s gonna be a statue of a pumpkin.”
Britney appeared on Lorraine Kelly on Thursday, describing her twenties as ‘horrible’, and admitting she worries about her sons becoming teenagers.
Talking about her twenties, she admitted to Dan: ‘I liked my thirties way more than my twenties, my twenties were horrible. My teens were fun but I like my thirties, thirties is great. You know who you really are.
I’m in a really good place right now, loving and learning myself. Every day I’m learning who I am, it’s awakening, it’s cool. It’s okay to be single, it totally is,’ she laughed.
Speaking to Dan Wooton about her new album Glory, Britney admitted she was nervous about her comeback.
‘I was actually really nervous,’ she revealed. ‘I took my time with this record and it took two and a half years to do it. I definitely had the jitters but it worked out.’
About her kids, she said
‘It’s a little strange as I’m nervous, because I know 12, 13, 14 and 15, is going to be really scary and I’m going to be like, ‘mum, please come to the house and help me out here’. But right now it’s a great age, they’re still babies.’
And she’s happy with her new album, gathering inspiration from fellow stars including Selena Gomez.
‘This is the best record I’ve done in a long time because it’s so different. I listen to a lot of Selena Gomez- I think her vibe is cool and sexy,’ she concluded.
Britney spoke with Scott Mills for the second time this year, and she talked about her performance on the “Apple Music Festival 10”, her new album and much more!
“When I was younger, I could do backflips. I was a gymnast. I could do all kinds of things. I put a back walkover in my show. Actually, last night… I freaked out. I put my hands up and there was the new guy there. Usually, I have my signature guy that helps me with it for the past three years… but there was a new guy. It was his first time to touch my back, and I couldn’t do it. He seemed really confident and strong so I should’ve felt more confident but I was scared.” she said about her failed backflip during the AMF on September 27.
‘My son can do it now – kids are fearless – but it inspires me, because of that I put a back walkover in my show.’ she added.
“I’m into the numbers. I’m very aware of what’s going on. I want to know where [the music’s] mark is.” She said about her performance on the charts.