Britney Spears Performs on ‘GMA’, Enrique Iglesias Pulls Out of Concert Tour [VIDEO]
It’s official! Britney Spears is most definitely back, ya’ll!
Our favorite Femme Fatale Britney Spears not only offered fans a 3 song performance on “Good Morning America” Tuesday morning, but also revealed she’ll be going on tour!
Britney’s ‘GMA’ performance was pre-taped in San Francisco and coincided with the release of her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale, which hit iTunes and shelves Tuesday as well. Brit also utilized the opportunity to reveal she’s set to tour again! While backstage of the pre-taped performance, which aired this morning, she admitted, “I’m going on tour with Enrique Iglesias in June.”
Although Britney’s revealed the initial plan for the tour to include Enrique, the webs become abuzz only hours after ‘GMA’ aired, that Enrique’s pulled out according to Billboard.Biz.
As for why? We aren’t too sure-tour promoter for Live Nation declined to comment. Yet, we can only assume he’s overloaded with his current tour in Europe, as he was slated to carry full production on Britney’s tour.
Britney’s tour is set to kick off June 17 in Sacramento, CA where she’ll then travel around the US and Canada, with the final show ending in Toronto, August 13th.
If you missed BritBrit’s performances of “Hold It Against Me,” “Till The World Ends,” and “Big Fat Bass,” we’ve got the recap for you below as well as the full set of Britney’s tour dates below!
Tickets will be available for purchase through both Ticketmaster and Livenation.
June 17 Sacramento, CA Power Balance Pavilion
June 18 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
June 20 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
June 24 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
June 25 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand
June 28 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
June 29 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
July 1 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
July 4 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
July 6 St. Paul, MN Xcel Center
July 8 Chicago, IL United Center
July 12 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
July 13 Houston, TX Toyota Center
July 15 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
July 17 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
July 20 Orlando, FL Amway Center
July 22 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
July 26 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
July 28 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
July 30 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
July 31 Washington, DC Verizon Center
August 2 Uniondale, NJ Nassau Coliseum
August 5 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
August 8 Boston, MA TD Garden
August 11 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
August 13 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre