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Britney’s iHeart Radio Interview With Elvis Duran

In this new interview with Elvis Duran and The Morning Show, Britney opens up about her VMAs performance (even when the interview was recorded before the VMAs lol), the material that didn’t make Glory, Carpool Karaoke and not remembering anything about her 1999 VMAs performance.

Read the highlights and listen to the full interview below:

On her 2016 VMAs performance and collaborating with G-Eazy…

“We wanted to do something kinda different. Something I’d never done before,” she explained. “I got to do some of his song. It just made it more interesting for me. My kids think he’s frickin’ so cool!”

On her Carpool Karaoke episode — and unreleased footage (start the Change.org petitions now)…

“We started out with the dancers. They probably didn’t use that part. Did they show me teaching him how to dance? They didn’t? Oh my God!” she yelped. Paging James Corden!

On Glory, and what didn’t make the cut…

“We actually had about 30 or 40 songs in the end, and just chose the best ones and our favorites. It took a while,” she explained. When asked later on if the scraps were mind-blowing artsy-fartsy brilliance, she didn’t sound too convinced: “It was personally not some of my favorite things, but some other writers have actually listened and want to give it to some of their artists.”

On being in the music industry for this long…

“Now that I’m older, I’m up to experiment more. And I’m more creative with the people, just to try different doing things…it’s fun to change it up.”

On her debut 1999 MTV VMAs performance, which she definitely does not remember…

“I think I was with NSYNC. The whole set-up was a classroom, I want to say? My four main dancers were in the front in their desk. When reminded that the performance exists on YouTube, she sounded genuinely shocked: “Oh, it is?! You know, I don’t remember at all. I have no recollection. I couldn’t tell you anything about it.”

On future dreams and goals…

“I’d like to have more kids. That’s pretty much it.”

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