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Britney's back, alright! Just days after wowing a Las Vegas auidence with her first live performance in two years, Britney Spears stormed a San Francisco stage over the weekend and belted out a trio of songs from her newly released album Femme Fatale. In the pre-taped performance -- which aired Tuesday morning on Good Morning America -- Spears sang and danced her way through "Hold it Against Me," "Big Fat Bass" and "Till The World Ends," earning thunderous applause from the packed house in the process. Watch for yourself below!
While Brit's sultry performance spoke quite well for itself, the pop star gave her fans another reason to cheer when she announced to GMA's Robin Roberts backstage that she would be embarking on a North American tour with Enrique Iglesias in June. Shortly afterward, Billboard.com reported that Iglesias had dropped out of the tour (that was fast!).
As it turns out, both Brit and Billboard were half-right. In a statement, a representative for Iglesias acknowledges that Enrique had been in "formal discussions" to co-headline a tour with Spears, but "despite intial reports" had decided to continue touring solo in support of his new album Euphoria. "Enrique has great respect for Britney and is a longtime fan of her work," says the rep. "He is very sorry for the confusion this might have caused to anyone."
There you have it: Spears' tour will be missing a bit of Latin flavor, but we're pretty sure it'll still draw throngs. The tour kicks off June 17 in Sacramento, Calif., and finishes up Aug. 13 in Toronto, Canada! For a full list of concert dates check out Britney's official website.