Britney Spears Has A Full Schedule In 2002
01/10/2002 4:00 PM, Yahoo! Music
(1/10/02, 4 p.m. ET) -- It looks as if Britney Spears is everywhere these days, and sometimes in several places at the same time. Perhaps you saw her performance of "I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman" from her multiplatinum Jive Records album, Britney, last night (January 9) on the American Music Awards on ABC, or maybe you saw her duet with Michael Jackson on the rebroadcast of his 2001 CBS special. One thing is certain: When Spears has a new single and a feature film to promote, she doesn't waste any time, as is evidenced by her grueling February schedule.
Spears returns as host and performer on the February 2 episode of NBC's Saturday Night Live. Her all new Pepsi commercial--her second ad for the company--will premiere during the February 3 Super Bowl on Fox. Spears is also scheduled to sit down for an hour on The Oprah Winfrey Show during the week of February 4.
Spears will perform "I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman" at the NBA All-Star Game on February 9. Afterwards, she is off to NBC's The Tonight Show With Jay Leno to again perform "I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman" on February 11. The VHS/DVD release Britney Spears: Live From Las Vegas comes out February 12, and Spears's first major motion picture, Crossroads, opens in theaters nationwide on February 15.
"Britney has a full year ahead of her this year," the singer's mother Lynne Spears writes on Spears's official website (britneyspears.com). "2003 will be an easier year. She plans to read movie scripts, write music, workout, eat right, and sleep a lot that year. Britney also plans to decorate her new condominium in Florida herself. I'll just be her collaborator for that project. I'm sure she'll plan lots of "Justin (Timberlake)" time during that period, too."
-- Jason Gelman, New York
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