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Britney Spears set for Lake District visit

American pop princess Britney Spears is set to tour the Lake District as inspiration for her latest recordings.

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Britney Spears

The singer is set to be chaperoned to England’s largest national park by producer Naughty Boy.

Her latest producer and the mastermind behind her comeback, plans to take Britney to his favourite places, which includes a trip to the Lakes, as inspiration for her upcoming music releases.

A source said: “He’s planning to take Britney on a tour. They’ll be holed up at his studio in Ealing for most of the time but he wants to weave in a visit to the Lake District. He loves it there.”

Naughty Boy is one of the most in-demand producers in the world after working with Lily Allen, Emeli Sande and Tinie Tempah.

The Watford born producer, also known as Shahid Khan, co-wrote and produced the majority of Sande’s debut Our Version Of Events as well winning £44,000 on Deal Or No Deal in 2006.

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Well it's only her kind of bank balance that will be able to pay for parking,mind you she will probably park for nowt

Posted by Davie s on 28 August 2013 at 18:35

Good for her. I feel that she'd find the Borrowdale, Honister, Buttermere and Whinlatter areas relaxing. To those who criticize her, why shouldn't she visit the Lake District? Beatrix Potter did, and she bought prime agricultural land by outbidding developers at auction to stop them building on it. No planning permission needed then! As a Founder Member of the National Trust, Beatrix Potter left her farms to them with a proviso that they remained as working farms, all 14 of them. We owe her bigtime. Britney Spears may like the area and decide to invest some of her money in the area. Would people be so dismissive then?

Posted by Stemax1960 on 26 August 2013 at 16:02

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