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Britney Spears Clarifies Rumored Collaboration with Justin Bieber



Britney Spears recently made a few revelations during her interview with Scott Mills of BBC Radio 1, such as her rumored collaboration with Justin Bieber on her upcoming album Glory, her possible Super Bowl performance and her near-death experience while vacationing in Hawaii.

In the 10-minute interview, the pop star clarified that she did not work with Bieber on a track on her new album. This rumor emerged after The Britney Army AUS tweeted that Spears' single "Just Luv Me" from Glory features the "Love Yourself" singer.

"There's no truth to that at all," Spears told Mills after he asked about her alleged collaboration with Bieber.

Aside from the rumors involving Bieber, Spears also discussed the reports regarding her possible performance at the Super Bowl. Originally, Adele was supposed to perform at the halftime show for the NFL event but opted out due to personal reasons.

After the "Hello" singer backed out of the event, rumors about Spears doing the show started to emerge. Unlike Adele, Spears told Mills that she's very open to performing at the Super Bowl.

Lastly, Spears also spoke about her personal life during her interview with BBC Radio 1. Specifically, she shared how she almost drowned while she was in Hawaii with her family.

"I went to Hawaii a couple of weeks ago," she said. "It was beautiful. The waves were like 6 feet tall. I completely embarrassed myself. I went out and I thought it was like a wave pool, and I thought, 'This is so nice and refreshing and beautiful.'"

"But the thing I didn't think about is when you come back the waves really come in hard and I got sucked under for like 5 minutes," Spears continued. "Literally I almost drowned, and I'm like, 'Where is my security? They're just going to let me die here,' you know?"

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