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Posted at 10:35 AM ET, 02/ 3/2011

Britney Spears reveals album cover, release date; Usher and Slash to join Black Eyed Peas at Super Bowl?

By David Malitz

Britney's new album is all Nico covers. (Not really.)

- Britney Spears announced that her new album will be called "Femme Fatale" and will be released on March 15. You can see the cover art right there. Producer/pop songwriting superhero Dr. Luke told Rolling Stone that the selection process for what makes the final cut.

- Would you like your Black Eyed Peas served with a little Usher and Slash? Because those are the rumored guests to join the chart-toppers for Sunday's Super Bowl Halftime Show.

- Bad reviews and box office for "Country Strong" won't stop Gwyneth Paltrow from keeping at that music thing. She will perform at the Grammys and be joined by Cee-Lo and, uh, the muppets.

By David Malitz  | February 3, 2011; 10:35 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears, Cee-Lo Green, Gwyneth Paltrow, Slash, Usher  
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Comments

I would like to point out, that, Amazon.com has listed the albums release date at March 22. I don't feel like March 15 is correct.

Posted by: NickIsGreat2k7 | February 4, 2011 9:20 AM | Report abuse

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