Troubled pop sensation Britney Spears was buoyed by news of plans to release a tribute album of her work featuring ex-partners Justin Timberlake and Kevin Federline, aka K-Fed.
The album, entitled 'Close Encounters with Britney Spears', features guest appearances from many of Britney's ex-partners, including Eminem, Mike Tyson, David Letterman and Stephen Hawking.
K-Fed, who raps on the triple album, said: "We have all been touched by Britney, literally, so it was only right that we got together to figure out how we could help her. What better way then to re-record her work with our own, often tender, interpretations of the lyrics. For instance, I've cut a version of 'Give Me More' that looks back on our recent divorce with tenderness."
White Boy rapper Eminem has recorded the classic 'Hit Me Baby One More Time' which recounts the time he punched Britney in the face after she disrespected him at an awards ceremony. They later ended up dating.
Justin Timberlake has covered 'Toxic' which fondly reminisces about the time Britney gave him a dose.