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6 February 2013, 12:48
The 'Criminal' singer will perform a series of dates in Sin Sin City but for far less than the previously stated £100 million.
Britney Spears' Las Vegas residency looks like it's back on following fresh reports of details for the jaunt.
The 'Femme Fatalle' singer was first rumoured to be announcing the outing following the news she had split from fiance Jason Trawick.
Since then the shows have appeared to be on and off, but the singer's manager Larry Rudolph has now told Extra that the gigs are going ahead and that her team is finalising which casino will play host to the gigs.
The 'Me Against The Music' singer also hinted at the news in a Twitter conversation with an account made in honour of her dog.
The message read: "I don't think so honey #VivaLasVegas :) RT @hannahspears Mommy, are dogs allowed to gamble in vegas? Gonna cash all my bones in for chips."
The Daily Mail has also gained details on the figure she will receive for the series of shows stating it will be far less grand then Celine Dion's apparent $20,000 a song five-night a week deal at Caesars Palace.
"Nobody expects this to be a five-night-a week residency, it wouldn't be right for Britney right now," a source told the publication.
Meanwhile, the former X Factor USA judge is currently working in the studio on her new album and has been teaming up with Will.i.am for the record following the success of their Vodafone Big Top 40 number one 'Scream And