Girls, like, just wanna have fun, y'all!
Having completed a quote-unquote comeback mini-tour of Southern California and Las Vegas in early May, Britney Spears is ready to hit the stage again.
On Friday, June 30 at L.A.'s Greek Theatre, Britney will perform along with Cyndi Lauper, Erasure, Debbie Harry, The Dresden Dolls, The MisShapes, Jeffree Star and host Margaret Cho as part of the "True Colors" tour, said Spears' choreographer, Misha Gabriel.
Friday at the Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood, Britney Spears held final callbacks to find the two male dancers she'll add to her act.
The only snag? She never showed up.
Yet another vote of confidence that the career of Britney Spears is getting back on track, and a terrific sign of the train wreck yet to come.
The plan had been for Spears to select two male backup dancers (out of 21) to join her in the choreographic number she'll perform at the Greek.
Instead, she went AWOL and put her two longtime trusted female backup dancers - Criscilla Crossland and Lark (not cousin Alli Sims) - in charge of the process. The two taped all the aspirants for Spears to observe and select at a later time.
Earlier, on June 7 at Millennium, Spears oversaw auditions herself as nearly 150 men seeking to pop, lock, whack, vogue, b-boy, breakdance, robot and moonwalk their way into her
pants routine. No word on if any of those 150 got to experience her preferred "wheelbarrow" move.
Spears is also working on a hot track for her new album. As one dancer, Sam Pete, 25, described Britney's newest, as-yet-unreleased song to People:
"It was dope. It reminded me of that one song you hear at 1:50 a.m., when they call last call at a club, and it's the hottest, nastiest song you've ever heard in your life and you've just got to put your drink down and dance to it. You've got no choice. Your body is insisting on it."
We would take his word for it, but you can't trust anybody with two first names. Sorry, Sam Pete. You know how it is.