Shortly after, Miley tweeted Britney back offering lessons in exchange for lessons on the "I'm A Slave 4 U" Choreography. This prompted Brian Friedman, who choreographed the Slave $ U routine, to join in and offer the lessons for Miley.
@MileyCyrus lets get together & I will teach you love ;) x
Photographers caught Britney, Sean Preston, and Jayden James enjoying some fried chicken at the Four Seasons in LA. The trio enjoyed lunch together after a day at the pool.
Tony Martinez, Britney's personal trainer spoke of Britney's training habits recently.
“She is so tenacious and determined. She’s doing this for herself because she likes to be in shape, but she’s also doing this for her fans. She wants her fans to know ‘you know? I eat junk food once in awhile but at the same time I do it all in moderation. I eat well, and once in awhile I’ll have a cheap meal here and there.’ Tony says, “There’s nothing wrong with that.”
“Plenty of adults will find themselves cranking it up ‘for the kids.’” Grade: A- —Entertainment Weekly
“Momma Spears’ kid-friendly track is energetic to the point of hyperactivity, caroming from a rap section to an acoustic-guitar-driven chorus to a buzzy electronic breakdown. Smurftastic?” —USA Today
“…the pop star definitely hasn’t lost her taste for booming dance beats.” —Los Angeles Times
“Now that you’ve heard it, just try to get it out of your head.” —Rolling Stone
“The track does indeed slide into that Smurf-y sweet spot of sugary synth-pop.” —Billboard
“#PRAISE! IT’S FINALLY HERE!! Britney Spears’ contribution to the “Smurfs 2″ soundtrack is called “Ooh La La,” and it’s a bouncy, lively track that’s perfect for kids of all ages. Seriously, anyone between the ages of two and 32 WILL LOVE IT.” —MTV Buzzworthy
“The new tune is pop sugary goodness for the masses. We can’t help but bob our heads to the beat!!!!” —Perez Hilton
“ ‘Ooh La La’ has the bite of a Britney club banger with the whimsical quality of a kids’ soundtrack tune. In all, the single shimmers like a summer pop anthem.” —Examiner.com
What do we have here? A new screen cap showing Britney and girl band G.R.L. (who also has a song called "Vacation" on The Smurfs 2 soundtrack). Is this a capture from the actual Ooh La La music video (red dress) or maybe a commercial for the soundtrack?
Britney debuted the finished track for "Ooh La La" with Ryan Seacrest this morning. She didn't confirm nor deny the Las Vegas Residency rumors, she did confirm she's working on her 8th Studio Album and it should be out by the end of the year. She also talked about working with will.i.am in the studio and that William Orbit is coming to work with her this week and she's uber excited!
A month to date after it leaked online, Britney Spears' bubblegummy single "Ooh La La" was officially released Monday morning on Ryan Seacrest's radio show.
The song is Spears' contribution to the upcoming soundtrack for "The Smurfs" and will play over the end credits when the movie hits theaters July 31.
Spears announced the ditty two months ago, calling it "Smurftastic." The track does indeed slide into that Smurf-y sweet spot of sugary synth-pop; the pop superstar raps a little bit in the pre-chorus, and then concludes on the refrain, "Baby come with me and be my ooh-la-la."
On Seacrest's show, Spears tried to explain what the song and its lyrics mean.
"I think it doesn't really certainly mean a certain phrase or anything, but it's about feeling good," Brit explained. "Like you make me feel like 'ooh la la' like when a guy makes you giddy... it's more of a feeling."
Produced by "Femme Fatale" collaborators Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, Ammo and Cirkut, "Ooh La La" is highlighted by a compelling breakdown, full of scrambled vocals and dense beats, that lasts for 30 seconds beginning at the 2:35 mark.
Spears also updated Seacrest on the progress of her upcoming eighth album, which she and previously announced producer Will.i.am are in the "beginning stages" of formulating.
"I want to definitely take this album and have a new approach with it and make it a little different than anything I've ever done," she said. "Will has a lot of really interesting different tracks that I've listened to that are really cool that I haven't actually written on yet, but there's a lot of guitar and I think people will be surprised with this album. It's gong to be really different."
The singer also revealed she'll begin working with William Orbit, the Grammy-winning producer behind Madonna's "Ray of Light," starting next week. "I've never worked with him before so I'm really, really excited."
As to when fans will be able to hear more new music, Spears added, "by the end of the year." She also revealed that her much-discussed Las Vegas residency still isn't locked in yet. "It's quite possible, yes, [but] nothing's confirmed yet."
William Orbit opened up about Britney's new music earlier this week, revealing quite a few details about what they've been working on. Britney took to her Twitter to tell William to not give too much away!