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Personalney Interview Reportedly Confiscated

Britney’s in hot water after a reporter’s interview was confiscated and edited because it was too personal.

A reporter for 2TV says she thought her interview with Britney went smooth, but when it came time to leave, Britney’s reps wanted to edit the footage because they felt Brit may have revealed too much.

In what’s left of her interview from Norway, Britney says:

“I think the only pressure that you feel is the pressure you allow yourself to feel,” Britney says. “I’m my own worst enemy when I do stuff.”

The reporter suggested to Britney she’s a sex symbol.

“A lot of my songs, and lyrics and moves are maybe somewhat promiscuous. I think it reads that way sometimes, but I feel like most of all at heart I’m just a normal person and human just like you, and I have really bad days.”

See the now controversial interview below:

Lady Gaga’s “Cheek To Cheek” To Hit Number One

Lady Gaga's "Cheek To Cheek" To Hit Number One

Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett’s jazz album should land at number one this week.

An early tally from Hits Daily Double suggests Gaga and Bennett’s album, “Cheek To Cheek,” sold 1600 units more than Kenny Chesney who lands at number two.

Nicole Scherzinger’s Debuts Risky First U.S. Single: “Run”

Nicole Scherzinger Releases "Run"

Nicole Scherzinger releases her first U.S. single.

After releasing two singles overseas (“Your Love” & “On The Rocks”), the former Pussycat Doll debuted “Run” in the U.S. today (it leaked a few weeks back). While a piano softly plays, Nicole belts a warning to the next chick who tries to tame her ex-flame:

It’s pretty daring of her to release a ballad as her first single off her upcoming album “Big Fat Lie.”

“I’ve battled a lot of issues and demons, as we all do growing up,” said Nicole. “But I finally feel confident in my own skin, and so I’m open enough to talk about love, insecurities, relationships, my sensual side. I’ve found my own musical soundtrack to my soul.”

Listen to it here:

Watch Pharrell Williams’ “It Girl” Music Video

Watch Pharrell Williams' "It Girl" Music Video

Pharrell Williams goes virtual in his music video for “It Girl.”

If you have any mushrooms or weed lying around (don’t do drugs!), take it now and click play on Pharrell’s new music video for “It Girl” by Takashi Murakami.

To me, the video is cool, fun and urban because he’s taking a risk. It’s asking a lot for the average person to sit and watch five minutes of trippy, vibrant anime characters, but it’s worth it.

Last summer, he told New York Magazine, “I needed color. Everybody else was like steel, minimal. I was like color, rainbow, many different versions of the rainbow. Rainbow, but tertiary colors, not primary. Rainbow, gingham print. Polka dot. Color, color, color.”

It’s like Pokemon meets Sailor Moon meets Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku phase meets Pharrell. Watch it here: