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M+M's = Britney Spears, Y'all
Everyone's favorite trainwreck is climbing back on the stage after a long haitus to lipsync for you, America, and inspire high school halftime routines once again. Just like we sorta told y'all.
Despite rumors and misunderstandings that her previously-canceled Forty Duece secret show had anything to do with her three House of Blues appearances this weekend, San Diego's NBC affiliate, 7/39 is reporting that a woman who matches the description of the former Mrs. Federline has indeed entered the building, surrounded by security, paparazzi, and screaming fans.
A young woman -- it's not confirmed that it was (Britney) Spears -- got off a tour bus at the music venue at a little before 4 p.m., and the photographers' cameras exploded in a flash of lights. A crowd of fans and paparazzi was on hand to greet Spears, as was a crew from MTV. Bouncers from the club and her personal security escorted the young woman, wearing a red hat and dark wig, inside the club. A young fan told NBC 7/39 she was sure it was Spears.
"Yes, because you don't have paparazzi everywhere when it's not a famous person," said Jacinthe Jessenne.
Tickets -- for an act called the M+M's -- are sold out for the event. They started at $35, but tickets began to sell for much higher prices on the day of the show. - NBC 7/39
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