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Britney Spears left terrified after sons pull hilarious prank

Published 22/09/2016

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears' sons may be naturals for a career in physical comedy, judging by a video posted on the singer's Twitter page.

Britney Spears screamed in horror as her sons teamed up to play a prank on her for an hilarious video.

The 34-year-old singer is mother to 11-year-old Sean and 10-year-old Jayden with ex-husband Kevin Federline. But on Wednesday (21Sep16) she labelled the duo her "damn kids" as she shared footage of her boys joining forces to make her jump.

The video begins with Sean saying to the camera, being held by Jayden: "We’re about to scare the heck out of mom. We stole her phone and... she’s walking up!"

As Britney comes round the corner, Sean screams - leading the singer to screech and fall to the floor, shouting "Preston!", Sean's middle name.

The clip ends with Sean giving an evil laugh, clearly pleased with the reaction his mother had to the prank.

Despite Britney not being too pleased with her sons' jesting, the singer has a close relationship with her offspring. In an interview last month (Aug16), the Make Me star said she credits Sean and Jayden for helping her overcome what she described as "crippling anxiety". She also said that while her personal life might not be full of romance right now, she doesn't care because of her bond with her boys.

"I’ve been through a lot and I’ve got to this point where I’m feeling good about being single. The best relationship I’ve ever had is with my boys," she told Britain's Marie Claire magazine.

She wed the boys dad Kevin in 2004 but the pair split in 2007. It seemed as though Britney may have found happiness with her agent-turned-boyfriend Jason Trawick when he proposed in December 2011, but the pair ended their engagement in January 2013. The Toxic singer has been single since her split from film producer Charlie Ebersol in June, 2015.

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