Due to the record breaking success of their first ‘Britney Spears‘ tribute episode, ‘Glee‘ producers announced plans for a second episode this Fall.
Set to be the second episode of the series’ fourth season, this hour homage to Brit Brit will feature eight of her songs but won’t focus on the character of Brittany (Heather Morris) as the first tribute did (Spears is not scheduled to appear in the episode as of now but producers are hoping to work out a deal).
The reason for the Spears hour is because the network is so excited about the pairing of a Spears/X-Factor with Glee on Thursday nights. It also certainly doesn’t hurt that the original Britney tribute, which aired early in the second season, is still one of Glee’s highest-rated episode to date. (EW)
I thought the episode was a great one, however not great enough for a second one. I would honestly take another Michael Jackson or Whitney Houston tribute before another Britney Spears. Never-less I will still be watching, I’m just not overly excited. Are you excited for another Britney episode?
My HK Chick Ciara has bounced back from adversity and now she has a new label. My only wish is that she finally found a label that respects her decision’s and push her project. Now hurry up with a new single and show these peeps that you know how to snatch wigs. Read more details from Billboard Biz
To that end, earlier chatter of certain multi-platinum artists heading Reid’s way may have been premature. It looks as if RCA will inherit the bulk of Jive’s marquee artists, including Pink (who was discovered and mentored by Reid) and Britney Spears, while Reid will be handed Ciara and, according to a source, “take care of Usher.”
Drum Roll Please: the total first week sales for Beyonce’s fourth studio album is ……… 310,000. Read the details below via Billboard.com
As expected, Beyonce’s fourth solo studio album, “4,” bounds in at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, selling 310,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan.
It’s the diva’s fourth solo No. 1 — and fourth studio set to top the list. She’s only the third act — and second woman — to see their first four studio albums debut atop the Billboard 200. Britney Spears did it with her first four between 1999 and 2003 while DMX’s first five all started at No. 1 between 1998 and 2003