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Thursday 28 May 2015

Spears: My sons are mini funnymen

Britney Spears' sons look set to follow her into showbusiness
Britney Spears' sons look set to follow her into showbusiness

Britney Spears has revealed that her two sons are already showing signs of becoming future stars.

The Scream And Shout singer, who has two sons - Sean and Jayden - with ex-husband Kevin Federline, admitted they could follow in her footsteps.

"They do like attention, so I think they would probably be good in the limelight," she told Extra.

"We're taking baby steps right now as far as agencies and stuff go, but they're little comedians, so we'll see."

Britney - who was a judge on the US X Factor alongside Simon Cowell, LA Reid and Demi Lovato - is in talks to headline her own show in Las Vegas, similar to the residencies held by Shania Twain, Celine Dion and Elton John.

"I am excited. I love Vegas any time I get to go there, so I'm pumped. I haven't done a show in a really long time, so it'll be fun," she said.

She is also working on a new album, which Will.i.am is helping to produce.

"He is so talented. He keeps it so fresh and so interesting. We've done two songs so far, and we have so much fun in the studio."

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