Britney Spears has lined up her first appearance in support of her new album, "Femme Fatale."
Britney herself reportedly announced the performance on YouTube on Thursday in a video message, saying that she would perform on "Good Morning America" on Tuesday, March 29, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The YouTube clip with the pop star and her message about her performance has since been removed due to a copyright claim from Disney, which owns ABC, the network that airs, "GMA."
According to EW, Brit said the performance would "be a morning to remember," noting it would take place in the traditionally gay Castro district of San Francisco.
In more Britney news, producer Dr. Luke released a short listen of an upcoming track from her new song "How I Roll," also on YouTube.
The 30-second clip features Brit's heavy breathing, cut up in a dance beat, followed by lyrics about drinking "tequila on the rocks 'til you make your body pops" and going "up, downtown, where my posse's at." Click HERE to hear the clip.
In yet even more Brit clip news, the singer dropped a sneak peek at the song "I Wanna Go," on People on Tuesday. Click HERE to listen.
Britney's new album, "Femme Fatale," will be released on Tuesday, March 29.
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