Report: Britney to Debut New Song at VMAs
Her new album due Nov. 13, Spears is tipped to perform two songs at the MTV event
Britney Spears is leaving her fans wanting more – new music, that is.
After releasing “Gimme More,” her much-requested latest single, in advance of her new album (due Nov. 13), the pop star will continue to whet fans’ appetites by unveiling a new song during a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, USA Today reports.
Spears, 25, has long been expected to perform at the Sept. 9 ceremony, and has been working up an act with illusionist Criss Angel. In addition to “Gimme More,” she is expected to sing the as-yet-unreleased song “Cry,” says the newspaper.
Spears’s music rep declined to comment.
Besides doing their work on the VMA performance, Spears and Angel have been hanging out together, most recently last Saturday in Las Vegas where the pop star was on hand to open Luxor’s LAX Nightclub.
After greeting the crowd, Spears spent time in the VIP area with Angel.
“She’s a very talented young lady and she’s going to do an amazing job with the new album,” the illusionist told PEOPLE.