Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
This is EXACTLY what we wanted to hear!
Although Britney Spears has done minimal to little dancing in the past few years, her former choreographer, Brian Friedman, recently opened up about reuniting with the pop star for the Jonas Åkerlund-directed music video for her new single, Hold It Against Me, and basically made our dreams come true by CONFIRMING that gurlfriend's FIERCE routines are back in full form!
"I didn't necessarily have pressure with this — it was more excitement. I haven't been with Britney in five years on a project, so it was excitement to be back with her. It was excitement to get her dancing really hard again ’cause she's had a couple of years where she's been dancing different styles of dance and it hasn't been me. It's not necessarily that she hasn't been dancing, it hasn't been what I get from her, and what I seem to get from her is this tigress quality. And she prowls. She really dominates when she does my choreography, and that's what I wanted to get back. Excited yes, scared no. I can tell you that Britney is wearing a couple of hats in this video — not literal hats, but she's playing roles in this video. That is what I can give you. In every role, she is dancing. She is going to be dancing throughout the whole video. Like I said: Dance is the focal point of this video. She's taking fashion risks. Things we've never seen her wear before she's wearing in this video, and I think it's just very sexy and it's a little bit playful. She's going to be doing something in this video that we've never seen her do. I'm not gonna tell you what that is but she's going to be sweating and she's going to be getting bruised and battered."
Yes, yes, and YES!
It sounds like she's really not pulling any punches this time around!
It's about time, bb!
We're ready to see you show the world once again why you're QUEEN!
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