Britney Spears would ''love'' to fulfil her ''dream'' of becoming a movie star.
Britney Spears would ''love'' to be a movie star.
The 'Toxic' hitmaker - who previously appeared in TV film 'Longshot', was panned for her work on 'Crossroads' and has made cameo appearances in a handful of other pictures - is keen to do more work on the big screen but admits it is just a ''dream''.
She said: ''I would love to [do more movies]. I could dream. I would love to be a movie star.''
While she has no movie work in the pipeline, the 33-year-old star will be making an appearance on 'Jane the Virgin' and she is delighted as she is such a big fan of the show.
She told E! News: ''I think the writing is so simple and so endearing and it's funny!
''I started watching the show before it got really big and I was telling everyone about it. They were all like, 'What are you talking about?' and then it got really big.''
Away from her work, Britney is currently busy planning a joint birthday party for her sons Sean and Jayden, who turn 10 and nine next month.
She said: ''We love skateboarding so we're probably going to rent out a skate park.''
And the two boys - whose father is Britney's ex-husband Kevin Federline - are already showing signs of musical talent.
Britney said: ''My kids are DJs. They're both in their rooms DJing 24/7 and making up their own music.''
However, they don't include any of the 'Piece of Me' hitmaker's own songs in their sets.
She admitted: ''Not yet. They haven't gone there...yet!''
But one person whose music the 'Womanizer' singer would like the boys to include is Taylor Swift.
She gushed: ''I love Taylor Swift. I think she's adorable. I love her music. Her music makes me so happy. She's very level-headed. She's a very, very smart girl, very wise.''
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