Britney Spears admits she feels safest when she's in the recording studio because it allows her to focus on her music.
Britney Spears feels safe in the recording studio.
The 32-year-old singer has just released her new album 'Britney Jean' and is currently preparing for her two-year Las Vegas residency, but she admits she feels more at home when she's recording new tracks on her own.
She said: ''Yes, yes [the studio is where I feel safest]. Definitely. And that feeling of safeness comes through in my music now more than it ever has before - that's how I feel comfortable making personal music.''
The 'Lucky' hitmaker - who has two children Preston, eight, and Jayden, seven, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline - is confident her new LP, which focuses on heartbreak, will inspire her fans to pursue their dreams regardless of what life throws at them.
Speaking to the Sunday Telegraph newspaper, she explained: ''There is definitely an element of that. I've always followed my heart and pursued my dreams, and I imagine that people find that inspiring. I hope that is the effect I have n my fans and people in general. I definitely want to project a positive energy out into the world.''
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