Hey, when you're crazy and can't see Sean Preston and Jayden James, you might as well do the next best thing. Teach other kids to dance!
It's a slow celebrity news morning.
Yes, Britney Spears was teaching dance to children not much older than her own boys on Monday at Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood.
Those kids' parents? Probably not aware of who the "instructor" was when they dropped the little tykes off. And probably not thrilled now.
In all seriousness, though, the dance studio is a great place for her to be. Brit needs to stay as far away from Sam Lutfi as humanly possible.
The pop star, who skipped the Grammys, introduced herself to each of the students - five-year-olds - and shooks their hands, a source said.
"She comes in, she winds them up, and then tells them, â€˜I guess I have to introduce myself to you guys!'" said Robert Baker, Millennium co-owner.
Britney Spears reportedly looked happy and upbeat.
Madonna's "Material Girl" and "True Blue" were on her playlist. Britney led the class in "her favorite brown cowboy boots, fishnet stockings, a red short skirt, and a bluish greenish top that hangs down past her skirt."
A remarkably stable Britney Spears recently taught dance to some kids.
"She worked out this great little routine for them, they were dancing all over the place, she had them dancing in a circle like a choo-choo train."
"The kids loved it - they are having a ball right now. And Britney - she's just drinking it up. She's totally enjoying herself."
Fortunately, none of the kids were locked in a bathroom with a ballistic Britney Spears for several hours, and all left with smiles on their faces.
Spears last saw her sons January 3 when she was rushed to the hospital for a psychological evaluation. Her visitation rights were then suspended.
Less than a month later, Britney Spears was involuntarily committed to UCLA Medical Center for treatment of bipolar disorder.
We reported that last weekend, Kevin Federline was willing to allow Britney to see Sean Preston and Jayden James under the supervision of her mother, Lynne Spears, but it does not look as if this actually materialized.