Britney Spears sings at Jimmy Kimmel Live, Jimmy had Britney Spears tattoo (Videos), Enrique Iglesias drops out

By on Mar 30, 2011 in Entertainment, Music, Television Comments

Britney Spears performed at Jimmy Kimmel Live in Los Angeles on Tuesday, March 29, 2011, while Jimmy showed his Britney Spears tattoo, as shown in the videos below.

Britney Spears sings
at Jimmy Kimmel Live

Image Credit: JimmyKimmelLive/

Britney Spears sang her hit single “Till The World Ends” at Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday, as part of her promotional concert tour for her latest album ‘Femme Fatale’.

On the same night, Jimmy Kimmel visited Britney Spears in her room and showed his tattoos on the back of his legs, with ‘BRITNEY‘ on the left, and ‘SPEARS‘ on the right.

The pop princess jokingly shooed her away, and telling Jimmy, “You’re getting on my nerves”.

Meanwhile, pop singer Enrique Iglesias reportedly dropped out from being a cast of the upcoming Britney Spears concert tour in North America.

Enrique Iglesias was said to have pulled out from the Britney Spears concert tour just hours after the ‘Hold It Against Me’ singer announced it on ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’.

As of this writing, there is statement from the 35-year old Spanish pop singer about the real reason for his withdrawal and tour promoter Live Nation have not yet comment on the issue.

However, TMZ said sources told them that Enrique Iglesias could not handle being a front act for Britney Spears.

On the other hand, Gary Mantoosh, spokesman of Enrique Iglesias, reportedly released a statement that the singer “is very sorry for the confusion this might have caused to anyone”.

The younger Iglesias singer, who is now on tour in Europe for his album ‘Euphoria’, said he has high respect for Britney Spears and is a fan of the 29-year old pop superstar.

Britney Spears Performs “Till the World Ends” at Jimmy Kimmel Live
Video Credit: JimmyKimmelLive/YouTube

Jimmy Kimmel get Britney Spears tattoos
Video Credit: JimmyKimmelLive/YouTube

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