Britney Spears' choreographer split
'Womanizer' singer Britney Spears has reportedly parted ways with her long-term choreographers Wade Robson and Andre Fuentes, who she has worked with since 1999 and 1998 respectively.
Britney Spears has reportedly parted ways with her long-term choreographers.
The 'Womanizer' singer - who is rumoured to be flying to India to meet with legendary choreographer Sandip Soparrkar - has decided against continuing her relationship with Wade Robson and Andre Fuentes, who she has worked with since 1999 and 1998 respectively.
A source told Life and Style Weekly magazine: "Wade and Andre were only hired to choreograph the promotional tour for Britney's new album 'Circus' which ended in Japan last week."
The 27-year-old singer is planning to meet Sandip during a trip to Jodhpur, and is said to be keen to get a fresh perspective on the moves for her upcoming world tour.
Sandip said: "I'll be meeting her for work only, when she visits Jodhpur. We'll just be doing a bit of rehearsals, since I am planning to do the rumba, which is the dance of love. Britney is really looking forward to coming to India."
Meanwhile, it has been revealed Britney - who has been the subject of a conservatorship overseen by her father Jamie Spears and attorney Adam Wallet following her breakdown earlier this year - has paid $1.5 million to those who have helped her get back on track.
Jamie has been receiving $10,000 a month for helping his daughter. Due to the effect Britney's hectic schedule is having on him, Jamie was given a pay rise taking his monthly income to $16,125 on Monday (22.12.08).
The judge also approved $1,200 a month to help Jamie rent an office, and he will receive $37,556 from a previous business.
The singer's older brother Bryan is to receive $200,000 for helping her before the conservatorship was set up.
Britney's lawyer Sam Ingham said: "My client has made an informed consent to all of these fee amounts."