Britney Spears 2023: What to expect from Princess of Pop next year finally revealed

LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 21: Singer Britney Spears introduces a performance by Miley Cyrus during the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 21, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Clear Channel)

Britney Spears fans can expect big things from her in 2023.

Because the Princess of Pop, who first stated that she would leave her wildly successful career that she had worked so hard to build since she was a child, is reportedly considering a major singing comeback in 2019.

According to The Sun, following the success of her duet song “Hold Me Closer” with Elton John, the “Baby One More Time” hitmaker is receiving numerous proposals for new songs and collaborations.

The 41-year-old singer is reportedly returning to the recording studio to record new songs, but this time “on her terms and in her time,” after spending 13 years in a contentious conservatorship.

Rumor has it that Britney Spears’ planned memoir will be released in the spring of 2023, just before her music debut.

The “Oops I Did It Again” singer hadn’t released an album since 2016, when she released “Glory,” her eighth studio album, as previously reported.

Britney, who hasn’t performed live in four years, has returned to the studio, but she still doesn’t believe she’s in the right frame of mind to be doing tours right now.

Despite her commitment to stop performing live, fans remained hopeful that she would reconsider.

According to an insider who spoke with the magazine, the mother-of-two returned to the studio for Elton, and she found the experience “inspiring and exhilarating.”

They said:

“There was uncertainty beforehand about how it might feel, given her emotions that she felt pressured by her dad to record under the conservatorship every time.”

They went on to say that Britney is currently considering offers to record vocals for a few tracks.

She has also been looking at some potential tracks and working with producers.

Even if she had a bad recording session, Britney is eager to return to the studio the following year to see where it will take her professionally.

Her managers would time any music releases to coincide with the publication of her upcoming biography in order to maximize visibility for the releases.

The insider continued:

“Britney recording is one thing, but stepping out and playing live is a world removed from her mental space right now.”

Despite the fact that he is no longer in conservatory, the “Lucky” singer is still anxious. This stems from her feelings and experiences during her Las Vegas performances, which were sometimes forced upon her, and other times she didn’t want to be there.

Fans will have to wait and see what Britney does next in the meantime, as they have been missing the real Britney in recent years.