"We are done with this show, and our next move is undecided.We could have it at the needle on the top of the Stratosphere, and do the bungee jump afterward", he said. Considering her shows sell out most nights, the following 9 months worth of shows will no doubt be chockablock.
When speaking with Vegas Player, Spears revealed, "I'm not sure what I want the next album to sound like". However, he also noted they haven't ruled out the option of a new show at a different Sin City venue.
Rudolph has said Spears might take a break next spring. The singer recently began a slew of shows in Las Vegas that signaled her comeback, which was received as a resounding success. We have made zero decisions.
After all, as Rudolph says, "We expect a lot of interest from all parties". Because of her concert on July 3rd in Tel Aviv, the Israeli Labor Party is rescheduling their primary party elections.
Sad news for Britney Spears fans: The days when you can see her perform in Las Vegas may be numbered.
While Rudolph insisted that Vegas could certainly be in Spears' future, it's clear the star is pretty booked moving forward.
Despite a few gripes over allegations of miming, the Oops I Did It Again hit-maker, 35, has been a huge draw since her first show at the Axis theatre at Planet Hollywood in December 2013. Which, honestly, is a very dramatic and appropriate date for one Ms. Britney Jean Spears.