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Britney Spears adds 50 dates to Vegas residency

Britney Spears adds 50 dates to Vegas residency

SIN CITY:Britney Spears adds an additional 50 shows to her Vegas lineup. Photo: Associated Press

Britney Spears has added 50 dates to her Las Vegas residency with new shows including performances on New Year’s Eve and Valentine’s Day.

Spears ends her first run of Piece Of Me shows at the Planet Hollywood Hotel & Casino resort on Saturday, but she’ll be back onstage in August.

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The new dates begin on Aug. 15 and run through until Feb. 28.

Announcing the news on Twitter.com on Monday, Britney wrote, “Love performing for y’all at @phvegas! So much fun every night. Hope I see your faces at the next round of shows!!”

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