Britney Spears will do "exceptionally well" in her comeback bid following a stint in rehab, it has been claimed.
Producer Sean Garrett confirmed that he is working with the troubled 25-year-old singer and that her work is "really coming together right now".
Britney left rehab in March after a month-long stay in a Malibu treatment centre following concerns about her state of mind in the wake of her divorce from husband Kevin Federline.
At the end of last year the 25-year-old singer promised fans via her website that she would be back to the old chart-topping Britney during 2007 and, according to Garrett, she is on track to do so.
"I know she'll do exceptionally well now that she's out of rehab," he told People magazine.
Garrett had been working with Britney on five tracks before rehab halted work.
The sound is, he said, going to be like her number one hit Toxic "times ten".
"It's going to be a lot of fun and it's really exciting," Garrett added. "We did a lot of great work before her break."
As well as Toxic, Britney has had numerous number one hits in the UK, including Baby One More Time and Oops!...I Did It Again.
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