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Britney Jean Spears (born 2 December, 1981) - aka Britney Spears - is a recording artist and entertainer from Mississippi, US.
Britney Spears started performing at a very young age, by performing on stage productions and television shows. Then, in 1997, she was signed to Jive Records.
Spears was credited with leading the revival of teen pop in the late 1990s, she was said to be the most gifted teenage pop idol for many years. Her first album "Baby One More Time" became an international success, making her well known in the music industry. The album was released in 1999, followed by the album "Oops!... I Did It Again" in 2000. She had the best selling albums by a teenage solo artist at the time.
Britney did extremely well during her career and became a well known pop star, but in 2007 her personal life problems became public knowledge. During that year she released her fifth studio album called "Blackout", with such hits as "Gimme More" and "Piece of Me". Yet the same year Spears went into a drug rehabilitation facility for less than a day. The following night she shaved her head at a hair salon during her break down.
Spears admitted herself into other forms of treatment in the following weeks after her break down. The album "Blackout" went on to sell over three million copies.
In 2008, Britney went on her tour called "The Circus Starring Britney Spears", to promote her sixth album "Circus". The tour was one of the highest grossing global concert tours by 2009.
In March 2011, she released her seventh studio album called "Femme Fatale", which peaked at number one in the US, Canada and Australia. Its peak in the US tied Spears with Mariah Carey and Janet Jackson for the third most number ones achieved amongst female artists.
In 2012 she began to work on her eighth album called "Britney Jean", with the like of Will.i.am. The following year she featured as a vocalist on Miley Cyrus's song "SMS (Bangerz)".
Spears also renewed her contract with RCA and continues to record new music.