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Britney: A ‘crazy mom’ at home

01:41 AM October 27, 2013

Britney Spears AP FILE PHOTO

LONDON—Britney Spears may take on a sexy pop star persona in the video for her latest single “Work B—-,” but at home she says she feels like a “crazy mom.”

The 31-year-old singer says these days she juggles the demands of an international singing career with taking care of her two sons—Sean, 8 and Jayden, 7.

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“Once you’ve done a shoot … you have to come in and do homework and fix dinner twice and it’s a lot of work,” she told The Associated Press in an Oct. 15 interview. “But I think as women we just manage it, we make it work.”

Spears says she worked hard with her fitness trainer to get into top shape for her new video, sticking to two or three small meals each day.

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“Work B—-” is the lead single from Spears’ eighth studio album “Britney Jean”—the name her family calls her—and she says it’s her most personal album to date. Produced with will.i.am, Spears cowrote every track, including a song about her split with Jason Trawick in January.

Not content with just a new single and a new album, the singer is also preparing for a Las Vegas residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. In a show titled “Britney: Piece of Me,” Spears will perform 50 dates over two years. The Grammy-winner says she has a vocal coach to strengthen her voice for the show.

“Britney Jean” is out December 3 and “Britney: Piece of Me” debuts in Las Vegas on Dec. 27.

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