Britney Spears to Make the World Suffer With a New Album in March

Britney Spears will be releasing a new album in March 2011, according to Idolator.

She had originally announced an eariler release date but tweeted (@britneyspears) yesterday, "I'm almost done with my new album and it will be coming out this March. I AM IN L-O-V-E WITH IT!"

Great, just great. Come March, every Top 40 radio station will be playing nothing but Britney Spears even though everyone will be tired of her new single after a month. Just another round in the cycle of a typical Britney Spears album release.

Meanwhile, she should probably be working out all her abuse issues before she gets all smiley about her new album. Initially, reports came out that she told her ex-husband of 55 hours, Jason Alexander, that her agent-turned-boyfriend Jason Trawick beat her. Additonal reports came out saying the statement about the abuse isn't true. Apparently these reports may have been untrue. Britney tweeted yesterday, "Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars, Ya'll can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana ass!"

Now it seems, yet again, as though Britney needs to spend some time getting her life together. That's nothing new for her, though.

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