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Britney: Two more years in Vegas!

Published 10/09/2015

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears told fans she'd be staying in Vegas for another two years at her Wednesday night show.

The hit maker delighted fans in Las Vegas last night when she announced during her residency show that she'll be staying put for the next 24 months.

Her Britney: Piece of Me gig at Planet Hollywood plays to packed-out crowds, with the blonde belting out her catchy pop anthems.

"I have some big news tonight. Usually I get you guys to help me count to three, but tonight I want you to help me count to two... because I'm going to be in Vegas for two more years!" she screamed to the audience, with the crowd whopping in response.

Planet Hollywood also released a statement confirming the news. It’s still exciting for fans that have already caught the show; Britney plans to give it a glitzy new makeover.

"[It] will soon undergo a substantial [re-imagining]," the statement read.

"[Which will allow the Britney to] take her spectacular show to new heights."

Tickets for her first 18 performances from January to April 2016 go on sale from September 14.

The news drops just hours after the 33-year-old posted a contemplative tweet.

" Decisions, decisions... #PieceOfMe (sic)," she told her 43 million followers.

However, after the announcement was made, Britney quickly changed her tune.

"Two more years!!!!!!!!! (sic)," she posted alongside a video clip of her on-stage announcement.

Britney has been a Vegas regular since December 27 2013.

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