Pop star Britney Spears, Dame Joan Collins and Tamara Ecclestone have got their Christmas trees up already
Britney Spears stars – or the Stars and Stripes!
Everyone from Britney Spears to the President of the United States is putting up their trees already, though December is still a week away.
Posting pictures of her tree on social media, Britney, 39, said: “I just love sharing it with all of you now that it’s red!”
Meanwhile, Dame Joan Collins, 88, had a hand from friend and stylist Rene Horsch, saying: “It’s never too early to put up the #christmastree!”
Spears captioned a clip scored to the Justin Bieber holiday song Mistletoe.
She is in good company in putting her Xmas tree up early.
Britney is planning a huge music comeback – and enlisting the help of the same team who work with Lady Gaga.
She has been churning out hits since she was just a teenager – with her debut single …Baby One More Time being released in 1998 when the star was just 16-years-old.
And now, following a career spanning four decades, Britney is said to be planning an explosive final hurrah before potentially disappearing form the spotlight for good.
The star is said to be in touch with Bobby Campbell – the music manager who has worked with 35-year-old Gaga since 2014 – as she plans to record new music and hit the road.
A source told The Sun on Sunday: “She has a lot of respect for the working relationship Bobby has with Lady Gaga.
“Britney thinks they might make a good team. It is early days but she feels there is potential.
“The ideas being discussed include a greatest hits album with new bonus tracks, and live dates which are being seen as her farewell tour.”
Britney’s own manager, Larry Rudolph, quit working why the singer in July while her conservatorship battle reached a peak.
The star has shed a large number of people who have worked with her over the past 13 years – who all stood by while she had her personal and financial life controlled by her father, Jamie Spears.
Fans will be excited to learn Britney is planning to create new music and go on tour – but the suggestion this will be a ‘farewell tour’ may be seen as bitter sweet by many.