With less than two weeks until the release of Femme Fatale, it seems [artist id="501686"]Britney Spears[/artist] is amping up her promotion.
After appearing on the covers of V and Out (she's also rumored to grace the June cover of Harper's Bazaar), now Spears is reportedly taping appearances for "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," according to MuuMuse.com.
Spears last appeared on Ellen's show in December 2008 in a skit alongside the comedian. The ladies, both wearing Dickensian clothing, went caroling together. This time around, Spears would appear in more skits on the March 28 and 29 episodes with a performance airing March 30.
A rep for the singer couldn't confirm the report, and a rep for the show never responded to MTV News' request for comment by press time. A rep for Harper's Bazaar also hadn't responded to MTV News about the reports she will grace the cover.
"I think Femme Fatale speaks for itself," Spears told V. "I worked really hard on it and spent almost two years recording it. I think it's the best album I have ever made. There's nothing to say. I'll let the music speak for itself. ... It's definitely my edgiest and most mature sound yet.
"It's a little bit of [an evolution and a revolution]," she continued. "There are songs on this album that don't sound like anything else and are completely revolutionary, but I also believe this album expresses where I am today as a woman and is an evolution of who I am."
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