It might be Britney's birthday in a few days, but she's the one handing out gifts.
Britney also touches on a couple of other important topics.
Her backstage "must haves": sweet iced tea, a few candles (she says they calm her nerves) and a CD player. “Yes, I still use CDs,” she admits, then adds. “Believe it or not, I still do get a bit nervous before I go onstage. But once the show starts and I hear the roar of the crowd, I’m totally energized.”
If she has plans to tour soon: “I’m not sure yet.”
Piece Of Me: “Vegas has really been a fabulous experience for me. I say it all the time, it’s become like a second home. I love everything about it.”
How motherhood changed her outlook on life: “It’s taught me how to put others’ needs ahead of my own. My sons are my most precious gift, and I always want to do right by them.” She says that fighting through adversity in her life has helped keep her grounded and preserved her identity. “I’ve learned to always be true to yourself,” she says. “I try not to do anything in my personal and professional life that isn’t organic to who I am.”
And finally, what she mastered this past summer: Planet Hollywood’s wave simulator and "parkour," an obstacle course training discipline often used by contestants of the show American Ninja Warrior.