Where I come from, the woman is the homemaker, and that's how I was brought up — you cook for your kids. You have to do your own thing." Her own thing, for now, is focusing on finishing her latest album.
So far Spears has enlisted a slew of producers, composers and collaborators, including Moby and P. "She did spend some time with them, but we're not even sure if those tracks are going to be picked, if they're going to make the album," her spokesperson said. News Live" on Monday that he had recorded two songs with the singer, while Moby told W that the song he did with Spears is "brooding and atmospheric. It's very simple and, for lack of a better word, sexy." Other producers working with Spears include Rodney Jerkins, the Neptunes, the Matrix (best known for their songwriting for Avril Lavigne), 7 Aurelius (Ashanti), Metro (Cher's "Believe"), the Atlanta collective Red Zone and Fred Durst (see "Who's Been Hooking Up With Britney? I've never done that before." None of the tracks created with the newly announced producers, however, were among those played during MTV's visit to her studio sessions, where she previewed "Touch of My Hand," "Brave Girl" and "Every Time" (see "Britney Previews LP, Denies Rumors of 'Cry Me A River' Response").
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", Timberlake's fourth studio album and first in more than three years, is set for release on February 2.
The record will be made available for pre-order alongside the release of "Filthy."And the single and video won't be the only new release from Timberlake until February 2.
Two revelations are available courtesy of W magazine's cover profile of Britney Spears, due on newsstands Friday. After all, she did have a live-in relationship with Timberlake, who after their breakup jokingly told a New York radio station that the couple did have sexual relations of a sort. I didn't think he was gonna go on Barbara Walters and sell me out," she said, referring to Timberlake's November 2002 interview on "20/20" in which he talked about their breakup and sex life.
It's been a question on everyone's mind ever since she began touting her no-sex-before-marriage beliefs while at the same time playing the part of a vixen and singing that she's "not that innocent." Perhaps it shouldn't matter, but the virgin vamp dichotomy was a large part of her image, and it couldn't last forever.
With Justin's and Jessica's feet similarly staggered and hips swaying in unison, their lower bodies are totally in sync, says Cobb.
Cobb's overall assessment of this particular embrace: "#Couple Goals! "Even though they're not holding hands, this kind of physical closeness, with Jessica's shoulder against Justin's chest, and no air between each others' bodies, shows they're both really into each other.
Although a kiss on the cheek might have been more subtle in this environment, kissing on the lips with eyes closed is an intimate expression of love and genuinely enjoying each other." Here, Jessica grabs Justin's hands with tension in the fingers as if she's leaning on her husband for physical stability — but also for emotional support.
Here, Jessica and Justin's bodies overlap like they are one, and Justin positions himself behind his then-girlfriend, which suggests he supports her emotionally.
Although Jessica crosses her legs away from Justin, it's a position that permits her to get closer to him despite his toes and right knee pointing toward her.