Having nearly cleared an important legal hurdle, it looks like it will be off to the circus for Britney Spears and her sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James!
The pop star's upcoming two-month tour was reportedly in trouble because of a snag over whether she could travel with her two boys. No longer.
"Both Sean Preston and Jayden James will, in fact, be joining Britney throughout the duration of her tour," says Britney Spears' official blog today.
Britney's ex, Kevin Federline, has primary custody of the boys, ages 3 and 2, but she has nearly 50-50 access to them in terms of visitation rights.
Spears said she was prepared to nix the tour if the boys could not come. K-Fed's lawyers threatened not to allow that if he weren't properly compensated.
THE CONSERVATOR: Jamie Spears must approve all arrangements regarding the kids - and the tour - before Britney Spears does anything. [Photos: Splash News]
Officially, it's still not a done deal... nothing has been signed. Though a lot of progress was made yesterday and a deal is expected to be in place soon.
Her widely-anticipated, blockbuster Circus tour kicks off March 3 in New Orleans. "Britney Spears is so excited to kick off her tour," her blog says.
"Britney has been enjoying every moment of rehearsals and is looking forward to performing in front of a live audience again. It's sexy, fun, explosive, and full of surprises," says designer Jamie King of the impending Circus.
We're just happy Sean and Jayden will be joining her.