Britney Spears doesn’t have the ability to sing and dance at the same time.
She can stand still and do one, or move around and do the other. She’s not Beyonce, clearly; she’s not even P!nk.
She used to lip sync while dancing around and performing. Giving people a reason to spend their cash money on that rather than using it for booze money. However, now, she’s basically standing still–moving her mouth while no sound comes out, while other people dance around her.
She lied when asked whether she would be singing live at her Vegas shows. To which she responded at the time, “I’m definitely going to be singing live, I always sing live. It doesn’t sound so great all the time, but I do my best.”
However, New York Daily News says Britney KNOWS that’s not true.
She’s lip syncing and Team Britney is even writing a script for the Vegas staffers so they know what lies tell when confronted by the media.
Britney Spears is going to incredible lengths to cover up her reported plans to lip-sync her way through her much-hyped Las Vegas residency. Her minions have created a cheat sheet of scripted answers to be rattled off to curious fans — and Confidenti@l has obtained a copy.
We first revealed last month that, according to a well-placed source, the “Toxic” singer will be phoning in her “Britney: Piece of Me” shows, which will take place over the course of two years at Planet Hollywood in Sin City.
“Britney does not sing. She is being paid a lot of money to lip-sync,” our source told us at the time. Team Britney went into meltdown after we broke that story and ordered up the “phone guide” sheet, to be used by staffers at Planet Hollywood if they’re quizzed about the show, according to our source.
Our source, who is connected to Planet Hollywood, provided the purported cheat sheet. It begins with responses to anyone who asks if Britney will be singing live.
“Yes! She will be singing live!” “Certainly she will be singing live!” “Yes, all vocals will be live!” “No lip syncing will happen at the show,” the sheet states.
The economical-with-the-truth document also include an answer to anyone who dares ask if the show will include live music. “Yes of course! There will be a special live band at ALL DATES,” it says. But a “special notes” section of the sheet seems to indicate otherwise.
“All vocals will be pre-recorded,” it says. It admits that the “live band” “will be pre-recorded also.”
The sheet instructs staffers to “try and stay in the margins of the provided answers and refrain from elaborating replies.”
Brit-Brit, who starts the gig on Dec. 27, is being paid in the ballpark of $15 million a year for a total of 96 concerts.
The sheet also includes this instruction: “Do not share this with anyone outside of Planet Hollywood.”
“They aren’t going to be happy about you having this document,” said the source. “They don’t want fans knowing Britney is going to be calling this tour in.”
A rep for Spears didn’t get back to us. A rep for Caesars Entertainment, which manages Planet Hollywood in Vegas, said, “While a reference guide was distributed to assist our sales agents with the vast number of questions they are expected to answer in relation to the show, any reports suggesting that agents were coached on how to address queries surrounding the show’s production and creative concept are completely inaccurate.”