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Britney says new album will be ‘more urban’

Fresh off a stellar appearance at the 2008 MTV VMAs, Britney Spears is hunting for dancers to help her repeat another possible sweep at next year’s festivities.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Fresh off a stellar appearance at the 2008 MTV VMAs, Britney Spears is hunting for dancers to help her repeat another possible sweep at next year’s festivities.

The pop star was hard at work Wednesday at the International Dance Academy in Hollywood, hunting for dancers for the video for her first single, “Womanizer,” off her upcoming new album, “Circus,” People reports.

A source told the mag the video will start shooting “very soon.”

Spears’ new album is produced by the Atlanta production team, The Outsyders, and has the pop star teaming up with producers Max Martin, Dr. Luke, Danja, Bloodshy and Avant.

“I’m writing every day, right here at the piano in this living room,” Spears told OK! in August. “This is my best work ever.”

As for the sound of “Circus,” Spears said she is working with talented people who are helping her take her songs up to the next level.

“I think it is more urban. I’m working with producers who are just amazing,” she added. “There is this fresh new energy.”

Though Spears is on the hunt for her own video co-stars, she found time to help out Madonna, guest starring in a video segment for Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet” tour, where Spears sings an except from Madonna’s “Human Nature,” while trapped in an elevator, which Spears fans will get a chance to see this fall when Madonna’s tour lands in America.

“Womanizer,” is set to hit radio on Sept. 22 and “Circus” will drop on Dec. 2, which coincides with Spears’ 27th birthday.