Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Ellen Drama

According to several Britney fansites Britney's Ellen appearance/skit/interview/performance (one of those) is canceled.

No word from Britney's or Ellen's camp yet.

Britney's GMA Performance Changes Venue

Due to the inclement weather forecast for this Sunday in San Francisco, “Good Morning America’s” exclusive Britney Spears performance will be moved indoors to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium to protect the safety of the performers, crew and fans. Spears will perform several songs for “Good Morning America” to coincide with the release of her highly-anticipated album, “Femme Fatale.”

WHEN: Spears’ performance will be taped on Sunday, March 27 at noon PT to air Tuesday, March 29 on “GMA” (“GMA” airs 7-9 am ET/PT)

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
99 Grove Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

AUDIENCE: Due to limited capacity, this will be a ticketed event. Please visit after Noon ET/9am PT tomorrow [March 24] for ticket information. You MUST show your printed Ticketmaster receipt to enter the auditorium. All seating is General Admission and doors will open to the public at 10:30am/PT.


Britney Previews GMA Stage

Britney Spears: Gymboree with the Boys!

Britney Spears does some shopping with her sons Sean and Jayden at the Calabasas Mall on Wednesday (March 23) in Los Angeles.

The 29-year-old singer took the boys to the Gymboree store, where Jayden played with a toy dinosaur!

Britney will record her appearance for Good Morning America this weekend at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco instead of an outdoor venue due to possible weather conditions.

Brit’s performance will air on March 29, the same day that her album Femme Fatale drops!

See more pics here!

Source: Just Jared

Ellen Previews ''Femme Fatale'' Tracks

If she wasn't gay I'd marry her in a second.

BTW, note that a performance is still not confirmed.

25 Things You Don't Know About Britney Spears

Britney Spears, 29, (Spears' new album Femme Fatale, drops March 29) shares 25 things you don't know about her with

1. My favorite ice cream is orange sherbet.

2. I take two baths a day.

3. I love chewing ice.

4. I make a mean fake dinosaur when playing with the two loves of my life, Sean, 5, and Jayden, 4.

5. My favorite flowers are white lilies.

6. I'm a huge fan of animated films.

7. I can eat chocolate morning, noon and night.

8. I love boutique shopping.

9. I have more than 50 purses in my closet.

10. I have more than 50 jackets in my closet.

11. I love to draw.

12. I enjoy cooking spaghetti.

13. I'm secretly a photographer.

14. I'm addicted to shopping online.

15. I collect dolls.

16. I love Adele's new album.

17. I really want to learn another language.

18. I played basketball -- guard -- in high school.

19. I don't own a cellphone.

20. I'm constantly cleaning my house.

21. My favorite drink is sweet ice tea.

22. I love I Love Lucy.

23. I make my own bed every morning.

24. I made the first move on [beau] Jason Trawick.

25. I wrecked my mom's Lexus in high school.

Source: US Weekly

Mediabase Chart Update

''Till The World Ends'' is currently at #17 on Mediabase with 4628 spins and 31.461 million listeners.

Click here to vote for ''Till The World Ends'' on your local radio station!

Source: Break The Ice

Rumor - Britney to Perform on Friday in Las Vegas

Just a quick update but according to both Radar Online and a site that breathes rather heavily Britney will be performing at Rain at the Palms on Friday.

Like always, keep your expectations low since no official source has said anything about a performance.

But just in case it is happening I've already made my funeral plans. It's really going to be a lovely ceremony with ''Get Naked'' blasting from my church.

GMA Performance Details

Is the Bay Area ready for Britney?

We'd better be, since -- ready or not -- the 29-year-old megastar pop vocalist is headed our way. She's set to perform a free concert on Sunday in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood, which will then be aired two days later — on Tuesday — on ABC-TV's "Good Morning America."

Here's what you need to know if you plan on watching what could turn out to be the biggest local pop-culture event of the season:

Showtime: Brit Brit will take the stage at noon for a one-hour show. The concert -- or, at least, some portion of it will then be aired on Tuesday's "Good Morning America." The show runs 7-9 a.m. on ABC-TV (local affiliate is KGO).

Concert site: Spears will be performing on a stage erected in front of the historic Castro Theatre. The audience will assemble in a two-block section of Castro Street. Specifically, it will gather in the 400 and 500 blocks, which covers from Market to 19th streets. This area will be closed to traffic.

Cost: It's free, and admission will be granted the old-fashioned way -- first come, first served.

Crowd size: A capacity limit has not been set, according to the office of Supervisor Scott Wiener, whose district includes the Castro. The final say on the topic belongs to members of the San Francisco Police Department, who will be on site to determine when the crowd has reached an appropriate size. At that point, no more people will be allowed into the concert area.

When to arrive for concert: The gates will open at 9 a.m. Fans are being told to line up no earlier than 8 a.m. There's no official word, however, on just how that directive will be enforced.

Where to line up: There will be two entrances to the roped-off concert venue -- at the northwest and northeast corners of Castro and 18th (the 400 block of Castro). The 400 block will be filled first, and then organizers will begin populating the 500 block.

If you don't get in: The "official" performance space is that two-block area of Castro Street, but many others will enjoy the show from just beyond the "velvet" ropes. The concert will be heard, if not seen, from blocks away. So, expect to see fans on the sidewalk along the 600 block of Castro -- as well as further afield. And, of course, the concert will be broadcast on TV two days later, when you can easily find a prime spot on your couch.

Traffic impact: The 400 and 500 blocks of Castro, from Market to 19th streets, will be closed to traffic beginning at roughly midnight Saturday to 4 or 5 p.m. Sunday. Bus lines 24, 33, 35 and F will be rerouted during the closure.

Business impact: Businesses in the Castro will be open during the concert.

Why Britney is doing this: The Castro appearance is part of a major marketing blitz surrounding the singer's seventh studio album, "Femme Fatale," which hits stores Tuesday.

Why the Castro is doing this: It's good publicity for both San Francisco and the Castro, according to Wiener, since some 10 million people watch "Good Morning America."

Source: Mercury News

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