Get ready Chris Crocker!
Superfans who can’t wait for Britney’s musical comeback got a little bit of good news Wednesday.
Her latest studio album, “Blackout,” will be released two weeks earlier than planned, due to unauthorized Internet leaks.
Her label, Jive Records, moved up the worldwide release date from Nov. 13.
“Recently, songs from Britney Spears’ forthcoming album, along with unfinished material and demos represented as completed, legitimate songs, were leaked online,” a label spokesperson stated.
“Due to these numerous, unauthorized online leaks, the label is doing everything possible to prevent and avoid any further illegal distribution of songs including moving up the release date of the album to Oct. 30.”