Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 27 December 2014

Britney 'blows cash on beauty regime'

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Britney Spears
Britney Spears out and about in Thousand Oaks, California, America - 12 Jul 2014
Britney Spears gets an iced drink at Starbucks
Britney Spears

Britney Spears is said to have spent “a bomb” on beauty treatments as well as hiring top fitness experts to help her get into shape before she heads back to Las Vegas.

The American singer has been flaunting her slim line figure recently, showing off the fruits of her labour. Friends say Britney loves her toned body and is fully focused on being in peak physical condition when she returns to her Las Vegas residency show Piece of Me at Planet Hollywood next month.

“Britney’s been working hard getting back into shape before her next stint in Vegas in a few weeks. She’s blown over $100,000 on getting in tip-top condition and is training with a yoga expert, a martial arts expert and a boot-camp trainer,” an insider revealed to British magazine Heat.

Her hard work has paid off, and Britney has been keeping her nearly three million Instagram followers excited with revealing snaps.

The Toxic singer will soon be launching The Intimate Britney Spears lingerie range, due to hit stores in September, and has shared a range of modelling stills from the campaign shoot.

One photo sees 32-year-old Britney in a sheer black negligee, teamed with a pair of black heels. The blonde beauty can be seen perching on a dressing table stool as she gazes at the camera.

As well as recruiting the top fitness experts, the mom of two has also reportedly “spent a bomb” on beauty treatments too.

“Brit’s been having all kinds of chemical peels, laser resurfacing, stretch marks and cellulite treatments. She’s also had her thigh and tummy fat frozen off, and it’s already starting to show,” the source added.

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