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Saturday, 16 June 2007

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Britney asks her fans to help select the title of her next CD

Hollywood, California - As a sign of her full recovery and comeback, Britney Spears invited her fans to log onto her website and vote for the title for her new up coming album. Fans have a choice among five album titles to pick. Spears personally pre-selected all five titles, each representing some of the turmoil she has faced in the past year.

Among the first of the titles to select, "Why is it so breezy in here?" Inspired by a difficult time in her life involving an issue with body hair, so much so she had to divorce her husband K-Fed because he was covered in it.

Britney openly admits on her website to her fans that, that was a difficult time in her life, and she would not have over come if it were not for the support of family, friends and a pair of shears.

"Yeah, it's about a time in every girl's life when she stops and asks herself really deep questions like, 'If I am a girl, why do I have so much body hair like a guy?"

Other suggested titles, "You Can Kiss My Cameltoe Good-bye." An apparent swipe at the media for criticizing her for forgetting to wear her underwear the night she went out clubbing with Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton. Both of who did not forget to wear their underwear that night.

"Sam the Singing Beardless Clam," album title is about her time in rehab when she reportedly had no one to talk to and resorted to talking to herself, or a part of herself. Reportedly, "Sam" is short for Samantha, Britney's "special" friend.

"Let's Go Down to Beaver Town," is a title inspired by Spears newfound concern for the environment. It is intended to bring attention to the plight of the little furry woodland creatures in a world filled with increasing greenhouse gases. A portion of the proceeds from the album, if selected, will go towards funding an environmental foundation Spears will personally head.

"It's my way of supporting global warming," said Spears. "As the temperature rises on the earth millions of those little creatures are burning up with all that fur on them. I plan to start a catch and release program to trap and shave every beaver on the planet, until each and every one of them are silky smooth, and all beavers every where will know what it's like to catch a fresh breeze."

Be sure to logon today and make your selection.

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