Britney’s Demarchelier Photoshoot May Appear On Glamour

September 11, 2008 By Jordan Miller

Speculation over Britney’s mysterious photoshoot with fashion-photographer Patrick Demarchelier continues as reports from magazines are denied left and right.

After much speculation that Demarchelier was shooting Britney for an upcoming Vogue issue, Vogue’s editor-in-chief Anna Wintour said she “will never put her on the cover again,” according to a source.

My first choice is Vanity Fair, but according to, it’s a long shot. “Vanity Fair’s editor-in-chief Graydon Carter has made some unconventional choices in the past, including a much-criticized cover of Paris Hilton and, to a lesser degree, Lindsay Lohan. But a V.F. spokesperson says she doesn’t think a Spears story is in the works: ‘It’s not something that I’ve been told or heard about.'”

According to E!‘s Marc Malkin, most industry insiders have put their money on Glamour Magazine.

“‘Patrick shoots for Glamour all the time,’ one insider explains. ‘She’s perfect for Glamour.’ A rep for Glamour would not confirm or deny an upcoming appearance by the “Oops!… I Did It Again” singer. ‘We don’t comment on upcoming issues,’ the rep said.

While known primarily as Vogue’s main shutterbug, Demarchelier IS allowed to shoot for other mags like Glamour as long as they’re within parent company Conde Nast’s empire. Besides, another insider says, Spears has a good history with Glamour. She appeared on the cover of their Women of the Year issue in 2003 and “it sold very well,” the insider says. Spears then appeared at the annual Women of the Year awards alongside other honorees like former POW Jessica Lynch and Seabiscuit author Laura Hillenbrand.”

Demarchelier has also shot Britney in the past for Rolling Stone and Britney’s 4th studio album “In The Zone.” – which was an outtake from Britney’s 2003 Cosmo Girl shoot.

A rep for Spears at her music label did not comment, and emails sent to Demarchelier’s office went unanswered.