Britney has zero-tolerance drug policy

Britney Spears seems to be serious about her comeback this time, and that includes making sure that everyone around her is clean, sober, and not in a position to derail her progress.  For the filming of Britney’s latest video, the dancers who performed in the video were required to sign an agreement stating that they would not bring any kind of substances onto the set, and that they themselves would be clean of drugs.

The agreement the dancers had to sign specifically states that the they would not expose Britney to any controlled substances or alcohol, and that they understood that they could be asked to take a surprise drug test at any time.  So it’s basically… like any other job.

New Britney Spears single might signal a real comeback

She’s played a really safe card by putting out a song that’s exactly the sort of thing you expect from a pop star in 2011, but Britney Spears looks like she’s making a real attempt at a comeback this time with her new single, “Hold It Against Me.”  The song is nothing spectacular musically, but it’s all about the electro-house beats and the half-raunchy-half-cheesy bubblegum pop lyrics that made her a star in the first place.

Britney\’s new single

Overall, the reception seems to be positive, and even the haters have to admit that the tune is catchy and she’ll probably have a decent hit with this.  I can definitely see that it’ll be a club favorite, what with the thumping bass and the dubstep grooves.