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Britney Spears: 'I'm not looking for a man'

Published 20/06/2016

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears has described her new fragrance Private Show as "really beautiful".

Britney Spears is happily single for the time being.

The pop star is continuing to reign in Las Vegas, Nevada, with her Britney: Piece of Me residency, and is also putting the final touches on her upcoming ninth studio album.

With her hectic schedule, as well as caring for her two sons Sean, 10, and Jayden, nine, Britney claims she doesn't have any time to hunt for love right now.

"I'm not looking for a man at the moment," Britney told E! News. "My boys are my heart."

The Pretty Girls singer has been quiet on the romance front recently, following her breakup from her boyfriend of eight months, Charlie Ebersol in June 2015. Britney was previously married to childhood friend Jason Alexander in 2004, but it was annulled after 55 hours, and the father of her boys, Kevin Federline from 2004 to 2007. She was also engaged to Jason Trawick, and prior to dating Charlie was in a romance with David Lucado.

It's likely Britney will attract some new suitors following her triumphant return to the stage at the Planet Hollywood resort on Friday (17Jun16), which saw the singer showcase her trim figure in a variety of sexy outfits, including a white leotard worn with black thigh-high boots and a red satin lingerie-inspired ensemble. The return came as the singer announced she was extending her residency, revealing that her show will now run until February next year (17).

The 34-year-old's time has also been taken up with the launch of her new fragrance, Private Show, the latest in her line of perfumes that first launched in 2004 with Curious.

"The new fragrance is really beautiful," Britney explained, adding she was inspired by her frequent trips to Hawaii as well as her loves of dessert dulce de leche, white florals and iced coffee. "My mom really loves it and a lot of my girlfriends do, too.

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