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Britney Spears’ ‘hip-hop’ residency

by John Sheridan

20th October 2018

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Britney Spears’ ‘hip-hop’ residency


Britney Spears’ new Las Vegas residency show will have "an urban, street, hip-hop vibe".

The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker recently announced her new show ‘Domination’ at the Park Theater at Park MGM but it is set to be very different from her ‘Piece of Me’ residency.

According to TMZ, Britney’s show will have an urban, street, hip-hop vibe" that will be reflected in the music, wardrobe, choreography, backup dancers and set design".

The stage is set to have "bleeding edge technology" and is being put together by two of Jennifer Lopez’s creative directors.

Britney announced the new residency with a parade celebration via a livestream on Ellen DeGeneres’ YouTube channel from Toshiba Plaza in Sin City

A huge carnival-style launch took place on the Vegas Strip – which was shut down for the event – with a light display and Britney’s hits played in the background in the lead up to the hotly-anticipated reveal.

The ‘Oops… I Did It Again’ hitmaker is set to rake in an impressive $507,000 per show, which would mean she would succeed Celine Dion as the highest-paid Vegas resident.

Sharing her excitement on Twitter, Britney wrote: "Excited to be returning to Vegas in February 2019 at the @ParkTheaterLV with a brand new show!!! Tickets go on sale Friday, October 26th, and fans on my mailing list will have access to an exclusive pre-sale at 10am PT tomorrow! #BritneyDomination (sic)"

The ‘Domination’ run kicks off on February 13, 2019, and will wrap around August time.

Britney’s ‘Piece of Me’ shows at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, which launched in 2013, reportedly saw Britney – who has 13-year-old Sean and 12-year-old Jayden with ex-husband Kevin Federline – earn $137.7 million.

The ‘Slumber Party’ singer will bring her ‘Piece of Me Tour’ to a close on October 21 at the Circuit of the Americas in her hometown of Austin, Texas.

Tickets for ‘Domination’ go on sale on October 26.

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