Former toxic star Britney Spears made her fans very happy with her comeback concert in New Orleans, La., on Tuesday night, putting her past problems behind her to stage a wonderful circus-themed show. The singer kicked off the night at the city's New Orleans Arena by descending from the ceiling on a circular trapeze, singing her recent track "Circus," which provided the inspiration for the extravaganza. Spears straddled a stripper pole to sing "Radar," while her 2007 hit "Gimme More" was given a martial arts theme, with the star performing alongside a troupe of dancing ninjas. Her collaboration with Madonna, "Me Against the Music," was restyled with a Bollywood routine. The singer added some magical twists with a series of stunning illusions, the audience saw the star placed in a box and "cut in half" during her rendition of "Ooh Ooh Baby". Britney also had over 25 costume changes. The pop star stopped during the gig to pay tribute to her fans, telling the crowd, "Thank you New Orleans for coming out tonight, I love you." Britney ended the gig with a remix of her debut single "Baby ... One More Time," before she returned to the stage dressed as a cop for her recent hit "Womanizer" and a reprise of "Circus." The Spears' show marks a return to her roots, following a very traumatic year that saw her stripped of custody of her two children and hospitalized under a mental health order. Spears Circus tour will take in over 40 dates and conclude in London on June 14th.
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Anonymous said…
after giving birth to one child and a lot of drama, Britney Spears is still looking great