Basing many of her new songs on the lifestyle that has become part of the franchise that is Britney Spears, her soon to be released "Circus" CD will feature many of the trials and tribulations that come standard with the day to day life of this pop star.
Advised against including anything too "edgy" in the CD by her promoter and personal masseur, Bobby Boitoi, Britney will steer away from any songs that talk about addiction, incarceration or her party-lifestyle. "We want to remind the world about the purity and innocence that was once the young and vibrant pop performer", says Boitoi. "We will feature open and honest songs that talk about challenges in her everyday life. We think the public will identify with her, take pity, and buy CD's".
A few sample titles from the CD have already hit the Internet and are being heavily downloaded. Expected future pop hits will include, What's my Baby's Name?, How Do You Work this Microwave?, and What's the Number for 911? Boitoi commented on other soon to be released singles available for the Q-Pod format, "Yes, they include powerful ballads like Does the Light in the Refrigerator Ever go Out? and I'm Burning a Spot on My Ironing Board for You. Truly powerful stuff."