All the singer wants for Christmas is, well, not a lot really
Britney Spears will star in E!'s fly-on-the-wall documentary I Am Britney Jean tonight (22 Dec.), which looks to lift the lid on her upcoming residency in Las Vegas. Ahead of the documentary's premiere, the singer featured on a guest spot for the channel where she revealed what she's hoping for from Santa this year, which, refreshingly, isn't much.
We hope Britney is in the festive mood
"What do I want Santa to bring me? I have everything," the singer told E! Entertainment's Marc Malkin prior to the airing of her one-off documentary special. The mother of two added, "I'm so happy. I don't need anything. I just want good health, happiness and love."
Whilst she may be old enough to count her blessings, her two sons Sean Preston, 8, and Jayden, 7, are quite the oposite and have a list as long as their mother's Vegas setlist to send to Santa.
Sean Preston and Jayden are much more demanding than their mother when it comes to Christmas
"They want everything under the sun—iPad Minis, new phones," Spears said. "They act like they're 27 years old. You're eight and seven years old, you can't have an iPad Mini and a phone! They're into gadgets right now. They're into games, computers and all electronic things."
Even with her hectic Vegas schedule to prepare for, Britney added that "you always make time to go shopping" no matter what, as she told E! that her shopping for the year has already been sorted out. Well, almost all of it anyway. When it comes to buying something for new beau David Lucado, Brit admitted that it was going to be tough to find something that sticks out for her "easy going" lover. She said, "If I just got him a card, he'd be really happy, something simple like that."
Britney says her BF David Lucado isn't fussy when it comes to gifts
As for Christmas Day in the Spears family home, the singer added that she will be keeping it simple with a big roast and family gathering. She said, "For Christmas, we'll just have a big family dinner," but don't expect the pop princess to be donning an apron and doing any of the cooking herself.
"I'm a horrible cook," she said. "I'm not very good. When I try, I could be good, but with the kids, you cook something, you take time out to really make something and then they don't eat it. You're just like, ‘What the heck? What's going on? I spent two hours cooking and you're not even eating it?'"
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