Britney Spears Naked Circus Concert To Be Shown On The PlayGuy Channel

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 27 November 2009

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Britney Spears shown performing at The National Shuffleboard Stadium in Croatia.

LOS ANGELES - Representatives for Britney Spears have finally reached an agreement to show highlights from her Naked Circus Tour on cable's PlayGuy Channel.

Lagarino Comstock spokesperson for the PlayGuy Channel said that his group has been in negotiations with the Spears camp and the two are both glad to announce that they have reached a deal.

Comstock said that the show will be sponsored by Diet Dr. Pepper and FDS. The show titled The 2009 Britney Spears Naked Circus Tour will be shown in a three part series.

The first part will consist entirely of video highlighting Britney's sweater bumps.

The second installment will feature Britney's buttocks and the third edition will focus on Britney's crotch cookie.

Britney has agreed to do some of the voice overs on all three series parts. She has promised that she will actually be talking and not lip syncing like she did in her concerts in Australia, Bangladesh, Croatia, and Aruba just to name four of the countries she performed in.

In related news. The class action lawsuit filed by 714 concert goers in Australia has reportedly been settled out of court. The details were sealed. I did make a call to Larry King and I was informed that each of the 714 Australian concert goers will receive $3,900, a personally signed letter of apology from Ms. Spears, and a copy of Britney's latest CD, 'Oops, I Lip Synced Again, My Bad.'

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