According to her manager Britney is ‘stronger’ than ever. “She’s definitely ready. She loves to work. She’s a very strong person. Everybody goes through setbacks in their lives. Every day, I see her getting happier and stronger,” says Larry Rudolph. Britney Spears is poised to make a serious “comeback” after a tumultuous number of legal battles including a divorce, a custody battle, and a number of highly publicized run ins with the law, paparazzi and medical facilities. Leading her comeback is the Hot 100 single “Womanizer” which will be followed by the recently announced second single “Circus.” According to Rudolph, Spears has her priorities in order: “Her kids and balancing her life with her kids is an incredible priority – the number one priority in terms of how I operate with her.” With her priorities in order, so to speak, Britney Spears seems ready to reclaim or even exceed her chart topping reign with “Circus,” due in stores Dec. 2. In related news, Britney Spears paid an impromptu visit to a Los Angeles court this week to reportedly get permission for a highly anticipated tour. “There isn’t a lot I can tell you about it,” court spokesman Allan Parachini said during a brief press conference afterward. “There was discussion of Ms. Spears’ future immediate business plans. Particularly touring in support of her album.” ‘The Onyx Hotel Tour,’ Spears last major arena tour grossed over $30.7 million worldwide after over 20 North American and European stops.
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