Britney Spears, the 'Hold it Against Me' singer who begins her 'Femme Fatale Tour' in Sacramento night (16th June 2011), says she never forgets her "fluffy pillow" on the road. Britney Spears is about to embark on a 32 date sold-out tour across North America and Canada before heading to Europe in September.
The singer admits to taking along a few home comforts to help her relax on tour, telling the UK's 'Daybreak' show, "I must have my pillow from home, I have to have my fluffy pillow. And I love shabby chic, so I would like to have all my dressing rooms and my bus done with shabby chic so because that is what my house is done out of, so I have the same feel as my home". The mother-of-two will be joined by rapper Nicki Minaj, Jessie And The Toy Boys and Nervo for the upcoming dates, and Spears claims she's looking forward to getting back on the road, saying, "It is a lifestyle, it is a way of life definitely. It can be kind of gruelling sometimes but for the most part, it is a lot of fun. You know, you are somewhere different everyday and you don't know what to expect and it's just a lot of fun". After winding up her tour of the U.S, Britney will play the historic 'Ice Palace' in St Petersburg, before performing at the 25,000 capacity Olympic Stadium is Moscow. She will then travel to France, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands before playing Belfast, London, Dublin, Birmingham and Manchester.
Britney Spears seventh studio album 'Femme Fatale' debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200 chart, breaking Spears previous record of being the youngest female artist to have five number one records.