Britney Spears teams up with Elton John for first single since conservatorship battle


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Elton John and Britney Spears are teaming up for a duet, which will be his first single released since a judge ended his 13-year conservatorship in November 2021.

Hold Me Closer will be a new take on Sir Elton’s classic 1971 hit, Tiny Dancer, and will be Spears’ first new release since 2016’s “Glory” studio album. The song’s release date is yet to be announced. known.

Britney Spears teams up with Sir Elton John for her first new music since being released from her 13-year-old guardianship.
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A PA Media spokesperson confirmed the collaboration on Tuesday, saying more information will be known in the coming weeks.

On Monday, Sir Elton shared an image on Twitter of a rose and rocket emoji with the hashtag hold me closer, along with a link for fans to pre-save the song.

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While the “Toxic” singer has yet to talk about her new music, her friend Paris Hilton recently revealed that she heard the song and called it “iconic.”

Speaking to Paul Barewijk for his podcast, Paul Voor Je Neus, the socialite said: “I know, it’s going to be iconic. I just heard it a few days ago in Ibiza, and it’s crazy.”

The collab was produced by Andrew Watt and was reportedly recorded at his basement studio in Beverly Hills.

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It’s been an eventful year for the 40-year-old singer, Spears tied the knot with her longtime boyfriend Sam Asghari in June and announced she was writing memoirs about his life.


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