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Friday 22 August 2014

Britney's sons steal the spotlight

Britney Spears' sons are big fans of the Smurfs
Britney Spears has recorded a song for the Smurfs 2 soundtrack

Britney Spears' sons get a little camera shy dancing with their mum to promote her latest song.

Sean Preston, seven, and six-year-old Jayden James have made their music video debut for her new single Ooh La La, from the soundtrack for the Smurfs 2 movie, which has premiered on VEVO.

The video opens with Britney in the cinema with her sons, before she gets zapped into the movie and dances with the Smurfs, while Sean and Jayden watch and giggle.

Later in the video the boys dance along to the song holding hands with their mum, but they appear a little awkward, with shy grins on their faces.

Britney recently revealed she agreed to record a song for The Smurfs 2 soundtrack because her sons loved the first film so much.

The 31-year-old singer told Ryan Seacrest on his radio show: "I have always loved the Smurfs as a kid and now my boys are the biggest Smurfs fans EVER.

"They were actually really, really good on set. They were, like, acting, and my oldest son, Preston, was right on cue every time they would tell him to do something.

"Later on I got to see what they actually did on camera and it was adorable. I know they'll think it's Smurftastic!"

The video is available to watch at

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