October 21, 2016
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Britney Spears Returns as Music’s Sexiest ‘Femme Fatale’

HollywoodNews.com: Britney Spears is making a comeback—and this time, she’s determined to come back for good.

Today, Spears revealed on her Twitter the title for her seventh studio album: Femme Fatale. According to Spears, listeners can expect the forthcoming record from this new-and-improved Spears to be: “Sexy and Strong. Dangerous yet mysterious. Cool yet confident!”

The album’s cover art was also released, displaying a close-up of a sultry, platinum blonde Spears, arching her eyebrows at the camera.

Spears writes on her Twitter that Femme Fatale was two years in the making and she put “everything” she has into the album. The first single, “Hold It Against Me,” impressively debuted at Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart in January.

Femme Fatale, which is slated for a March 7 release, comes three years after 2008’s Circus, which was a chart-topper and commercial success but only received lukewarm critical reception.

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