Rats Mag: Britney Is Da Bomb

Da bomb, huge bomb. Whatever!

If you believed every Star magazine “report,” you’d be under the impression Britney’s “Piece Of Me” residency in Vegas is flopping, but lucky for us we’re used to their fuckery and know it’s a bunch of BS.

“Britney Spears’ gamble on a Las Vegas comeback may go bust,” they claim, adding her show is “already plagued with problems and people are worried.”

“Britney is under a lot of pressure to make this show huge,” a so-called “insider” tells the mag. “But she’s lethargic in dance rehearsals, and her vocals aren’t up to par — she’ll probably end up lip-syncing.”

False. Manager Larry Rudolph told Billboard in September:

“She’s going to be singing live. She does choreography and vocal coaching every day. The vocal coaching is really just to strengthen her voice and get her to a point where she can go out there every night and do a full show.

It’s hard for the public to fully understand what goes on when you get on stage and you’re dancing full out during a song. No matter what anyone says, there’s not a single artist who goes out there and does full choreography and is singing without a vocal track underneath them at the same time. It’s physically impossible. We’re just trying to build up her stamina and get her to a point where she can do as much as humanly possible. The idea is to try to get her pretty close to 100%. There might be some numbers where she’s full out dancing with a (vocal) track underneath her, but there won’t be any lip-syncing across the board on anything.”

Despite that, Star still claims it’s going to be a flop.

“It looks like Britney’s show might be a huge bomb,” they continue. “It could affect her career for years.”

Lies. Caesars told BreatheHeavy.com in September:

Contrary to reports published by certain media outlets, ticket demand and interest in Britney Spears’ headlining residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino have exceeded expectations.

Call volume from those interested in purchasing tickets to “Britney: Piece of Me,” opening Dec. 27, has been extraordinary. While a reference guide was distributed to assist our sales agents with the vast number of questions they are expected to answer in relation to the show, any reports suggesting that agents were coached on how to address queries surrounding the show’s production and creative concept are completely inaccurate. Insinuations that an “inside source” is providing such information are farfetched since no such documents exist.

Britney’s reps tell Gossip Cop their latest report is “pure nonsense.”

Nice try!