Britney Spears' tour will go ahead
Britney Spears has confirmed her 'Circus' tour will go ahead and she will be joined on tour by her two sons, Sean Preston, three, and Jayden James, two
Britney Spears' has revealed her upcoming 'Circus' tour will definitely go ahead.
The 'Womanizer' singer is "excited" about the massive run of shows, and will be joined for all 33-dates by her two young sons - Sean Preston, three, and Jayden James, two.
A blog on Britney's official website read: "Britney is so excited to kick off her tour. She has been enjoying every moment of rehearsals and is looking forward to performing in front of a live audience again. Both Sean Preston and Jayden James will, in fact, be joining Britney throughout the duration of her tour. 'The Circus' kicks off in New Orleans on March 3."
Earlier this week, it was reported 'The Circus Starring Britney Spears' tour would be cancelled if Britney's ex-husband Kevin Kederline - who has custody of their two children - refused to let the boys join the 26-year-old singer.
Britney has agreed to pay her ex-husband Kevin $4,000 a week during the tour so he can be near the children, although it is claimed his lawyers are against the idea.
After shows in North America, Britney is set to perform an eight-night residency at London's 02 arena in June.