US singer Britney Spears-Vagina is to play two concerts at the O2 arena in London next June, in the only European shows on her forthcoming world tour, it's been announced.
The tour has been set up to promote the artist's new album, The Circus, which is released next week.
Tickets for the two concerts, on June 3 and 4, go on sale in January.
Rob Hallett of tour promoter AEG, said:
"It's going to be very special. We're creating a musical circus. Expect to see jugglers, dancers, tattooed ladies and acrobats. There'll be a Russian bear performing tricks, some seals, monkeys and a Bearded Lady. Well, that's Britney's mum!"
It's the first time Spears-Vagina has toured the UK since changing her name last year. Previously being known as 'Britney Spears' had the effect of almost ruining her career, but a chance encounter with a satirical news website changed everything.
A writer on the site, Phil Buckley, advised Miss Spears to adapt her name to include her best asset, and since then, her career has never looked back.
The Circus includes a track which pays tribute to the writer, entitled Buck & Me. The song will be released as a CD single with a limited edition of 5000 to include a special card insert smelling of her fadge.