Britney’s Back, Baby

Britney Spears To Release ‘Tiny Dancer’ Duet With Elton John

Britney Spears at Ziggo Dome, Ahoy, 2011

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The era of the early-2000s is experiencing a resurgence. Our Queen Britney Spears has returned — sans a 13-year, cruel conservatorship — and she’s hotter than ever. Our loneliness is no longer killing us.

Word on the street is that just last week Britney Spears and Elton John recorded a version of Elton’s hit, Tiny Dancer, in a secret session. You’re reading that right. Two of the most iconic names in music have joined together to save the music industry as we know it.

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