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Britney Spears & Enrique Iglesias

Britney Spears & Enrique Iglesias

Story Update 3/30/11

Enrique Iglesias has released a statement apologizing to Britney Spears for pulling out of the tour that Spears had announced the two were jointly embarking on when she appeared on Good Morning America yesterday Morning.  The nature of the statement and it’s timing is very interesting.  Perhaps it was it was eagerly announced prematurely .  Read below….

“Unfortunately, Enrique Iglesias and Britney Spears will not be touring together. Despite initial reports based on formal discussions of the possible run, Enrique will continue on his solo tour in support of his new album Euphoria.  Enrique has great respect for Britney and is a longtime fan of her work. He is very sorry for the confusion this might have caused to anyone.”

Britney Spears’ album Femme Fatale was released today to an eager audience who gave her mixed reviews right out the gate. was quoted as saying, “Femme Fatale is simultaneously the most daring album that Britney Spears has ever made and her most boring as well.”  TMZ also made comment during their syndicated telecast that she isn’t showing ability to dance anymore.  Although there is little surpriseto us, it has been a rough reception for the former teen pop icon.  With that said, Britney isn’t taking things lying down.

It was announced earlier today, that she will add an appearance at LA’s famed Wango Tango summer concert tour agenda.  Spears will host a segment with the event’s host, Ryan Seacrest.  The concert life will then continue for spears, as she will embark on a whirl wind tour with international pop vet, Enrique Iglesias.  Below are some of the reported tour dates.

June 17 Sacramento, CA Power Balance Pavilion
June 18 San Jose, CA HP Pavilion
June 20 Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
June 24 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
June 25 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand
June 28 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
June 29 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
July 1 Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena
July 4 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
July 6 St. Paul, MN Xcel Center
July 8 Chicago, IL United Center
July 12 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
July 13 Houston, TX Toyota Center
July 15 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
July 17 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
July 20 Orlando, FL Amway Center
July 22 Miami, FL American Airlines Arena
July 26 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
July 28 Detroit, MI Palace of Auburn Hills
July 30 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
July 31 Washington, DC Verizon Center
August 2 Uniondale, NJ Nassau Coliseum
August 5 East Rutherford, NJ Izod Center
August 8 Boston, MA TD Garden
August 11 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
August 13 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre