Britney Spears Was 'Over-The-Top' In Las Vegas, Palms Owner Says

'Anytime Britney comes to the Palms, we always welcome her with open arms,' George Maloof tells MTV News.

Last Friday, Britney Spears brought her own razzle-dazzle to the already-glittering city of Las Vegas. She played a fan-pleasing three-song set at Rain nightclub at the Palms Hotel and Casino, where the show was being taped for an MTV special airing this week.

Hours before Britney took the stage, MTV News caught up with Palms owner George Maloof, who gushed about how awesome it was to have Britney on hand for her first Femme Fatale live performance.

"I think this one's going to be really over-the-top," he said of Spears' show, which will be included in the MTV special. "And we're all excited about her new album, and I heard it's spectacular, so here we go: Britney Spears at the Palms."

Spears hyped the release of Femme Fatale in a big way during Friday's nightclub set, performing lead singles "Hold It Against Me" and "Till the World Ends" while also debuting the "Big Fat Bass." Each track required a new body-hugging costume — including a black latex catsuit covered in red LED lights — to accommodate her trademark dance moves.

Check out photos from Britney's Las Vegas show.

Maloof, who has known Britney for the better part of the last decade, said that while he's friendly with the star, he's still excited that she chose his hotel for the performance. "It's the biggest star in the world, so it's an honor for us. And anytime Britney comes to the Palms, we always welcome her with open arms, so it's going to be great," he said. "We try and keep it a secret. It's pretty difficult in this day and age, but there's so much anticipation."

Spears wasn't the only big name on the marquee for the show. "Jersey Shore" star DJ Pauly D was also on hand to warm up the crowd. "Pauly D is one of our resident DJs, so we bring the Palms and Pauly D, pop culture together here with Britney Spears, and it's going to be a madhouse."

For fans who couldn't be at the Vegas show themselves, Maloof set the scene: "I think they're going to see pyrotechnics. I think they're going to see a very sexy show in a very unique and intimate venue that's one-of-a-kind. ... It'll be a lot of fun. I want to hear the songs. I'm excited about the album, so that's what I'm looking forward to. I know she can perform, I know she can dance, and I'm just waiting for this great album."

After months of video and song teasers, Spears' Femme Fatale is due in stores Tuesday, which will also be "Britney Takeover Day" on MTV.

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