Everyone knows that Britney Spears just wants to have fun.
What she doesn't want to do is do anything resembling singing.
It turns out Spears won't appear at Cyndi Lauper's "True Colors" concert on Saturday after all. The demands of the producers were just too great!
Earlier this week, Britney Spears' choreographer, Misha Gabriel, announced that the pantsless train wreck would perform at Lauper's show alongside musical acts like Erasure, Debbie Harry and The MisShapes.
But now, apparently Cyndi Lauper's camp is reportedly telling Britney Spears something along the lines of "don't call us, we'll call you... never."
A source now tells the New York Post's Page Six, "There's no way. Britney said she would only dance or lip-synch - and to be on stage with Cyndi, you have to actually perform. It's not happening now."
The news is sure to come as a blow to Rosie O'Donnell, who is scheduled to appear in the show as a special guest, and gave a special shout-out to the troubled Spears in a video posted on her blog last week.
Before Roise posted that photo of her daughter, that is.
Meanwhile, reports are surfacing Britney Spears and mom Lynne Spears have not exactly patched things up, as was recently reported by this celebrity gossip site and others.
Britney Spears is reportedly still pissed that Lynne went and talked to a glossy about her - and feels "betrayed" by that as well as being "forced" into rehab.
A stint that obviously did so much good. Anyway.
OK! Magazine (via MSNBC) reports that despite rumors of their reconciliation being a done deal, Britney is "furious" that her mom had spoken to Us Weekly, given Britney's, um, not great past with that particular celebrity news rag.
"Britney feels betrayed," says an OK! source. "Her mom should've contacted her - not the media - if she wanted to talk."
At least if Lynne wants to see grandchildren Sean Preston and Jayden James, she can just go over to Kevin Federline or Shar Jackson's place.