Britney Spears fans can rest assured that the diva’s comeback is complete; the artist formerly known as Trainwrecktastic just booked a live performance on the UK television show ‘The X Factor.’
Britney Spears agreed to come on the show to perform “Womanizer” after Simon Cowell asked her to appear on ‘The X Factor’ following the 2008 MTV VMA awards. She’s hooked up with choreographer Brian Friedman, who created her early routines and is the orchestrator of the weekly dance performances on ‘The X Factor.’
The November 29 performance will be the first Britney Spears has done in the UK for five years. Check out the images in the gallery of Britney Spears performing as a part of Madonna’s ‘Sticky & Sweet’ tour, which was the last time we saw her live on stage.
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Britney Spears to Perform Live on UK's ‘The X Factor'
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