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Britney Spears’ Las Vegas Stint A Fun Rollercoaster Ride? ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’ Singer’s Sons May Soon Follow Her Showbiz Career?

By Staff Writer | December 21, 2013 02:19 PM EST

Britney Spears' Las Vegas show is a "fun rollercoaster," the pop princess claimed as she gets ready for the December 27 opening of her residency in Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.

"People should expect something very entertaining, a lot of fun and emotional, too. I think the show takes you on this fun rollercoaster of uplifting things and then moody stuff that grabs you and takes you in," the singer who rose to fame with 'Hit Me Baby One More Time' said.

Britney Spears added that she's rehearsing very hard for the Las Vegas show to be perfect. She even admitted that the show is "coming together and it's going to be worth it".

"I really feel that this is my best show I've ever done," Spears added.

Despite the hectic schedule, she still gets to spend time with her two boys, who are getting first look into what viewers will only get to see on December 27.

With their exposure, are the boys following mama Britney's footsteps?

Unlike other celebrities who try to shield their children from the harsh world of showbiz, Britney Spears is actually looking forward to the day someone signs up Preston, 8, and Jayden, 7.

"I'm sure they will. Preston, he's already dancing up a storm. He shows all my dancers how he can dance. It's really funny," Britney told E! News,

Meanwhile, he described Jayden as a singer. "He sings a lot."

Spears added that she's treasuring all the time she spends with her boys."I love when they're there. Last night, Preston was there and he lit me up when I saw him in the audience."

Still Britney Spears said that with her Las Vegas show coming up, she couldn't afford to take a rest..

"I can't even let that go through my mind. I can't even have that thought process."

Spears was paid $15 million for the two-year residency and in order to make a good return in investment, the pop star needs to $500,000 in ticket sales for her concerts. The recent release of her album "Britney Jean" didn't quite measure up though as it turned out to be the weakest opening week for the singer's career.

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