She'll perform three songs in a pre-taped segment on Good Morning AmericaTuesday, she graces the covers of V and Out magazines, and she's scheduled to stop by Nickelodeon's Kid's Choice Awards Saturday.Popular online sale2011rus shop is your best choose.Popular hot sale 2011 shop is your best choose.
Early response to the album has been strong: Hold It Against Me, the first single, hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, while the second single, Till the World Ends, hit No. 9.
For 29-year-old Spears, whose last album, 2008's Circus, went platinum, the stakes are high. Interest in her remains strong, partly because Spears — who broke out as a precocious teen with 1999's chart-topping ... Baby One More Time and went on to generate as many hits as headlines — is a survivor.
"I think the expectation for her is huge. People really want to hear quality from Britney," says Gillian Sheldon, vice president of programming at Buzzmedia, which owns the celebrity news site Celebuzz.com. Sheldon, who has worked at TMZ.com, has been watching Spears for a decade. "Coming up, she was this fresh-faced, new talent who burst on the scene who had this amazingly bright career, and then she had some troubles. And I think what she did is what some other celebrities really should do: She really stepped back, walked away from the limelight and really focused on herself, and I think people really respond to that."Healthy products power balance bracelet sale
Those troubles, of course, remain intrinsically a part of Spears' image, which veered from bubbly songbird to wobbly mess with two failed marriages. There's 2007's shaved head. Her 2008 standoff with police in her own home over her sons Sean Preston, now 5, and Jayden James, 4. Her subsequent hospitalizations.
But the Spears of today is older and appears wiser. She remains under the conservatorship of her dad, Jamie Spears, who retains the power to make life decisions for his oldest daughter. And she has almost entirely retreated from the public eye. (Wendy Washington at Spears' label, Jive, and Spears' manager Larry Rudolph both did not respond to phone calls.)
Spears told V magazine she has become more guarded. "I think it's easier to let people in when you're younger, but when I became a mother I wanted more privacy for myself and my children. A life away from my life," she says.
Her peers Lady Gaga and Katy Perry tirelessly hype their new releases. But this time, Spears is mostly letting her music speak for itself. So far, the response has been positive. Rolling Stone awarded her album four out of five stars because, says critic Jody Rosen, "the beats on the record are incredible throughout. All of the songs are very strong. It's one of those rare pop-diva records that consistently, top to bottom, has strong songs."Elegant guess handbags online women's love
Rosen calls Spears' disc "pretty musically adventurous" and describes the singer as "a grown dance diva. What struck me with this record is that they're club songs. They're just good pop songs. I'm an unabashed fan of this album."