It's been a decade since Britney Spears starred in her own feature film (remember "Crossroads"?), but the pop princess said Thursday that she's hoping to take on more acting roles - especially ones with a comedic twist.
In a new Twitter interview with her fans, the "Hold It Against Me" singer revealed that she has her eyes on becoming part of a motion picture from either the man that helmed "The Hangover," or the man that directed "Knocked Up."
"I love to act and would love to be in a Todd Philips [sic] or Judd Apatow movie," Britney Tweeted in response to a fan's question.
While Britney is hoping for a bigger big screen presence, she has made several notable television appearances thus far in her career, appearing on "How I Met Your Mother," "Will and Grace," and, most recently, "Glee." She gushed over the recent Supporting Actor Golden Globe win of Chris Colfer.
"I love the show and I think he is hilarious. Love his outfits," she Tweeted.
For more than an hour, Britney answered questions from fans, and shared new details about her highly anticipated new album, "Femme Fatale," which is due out March 29.
"I would describe it as moody, edgy pop with A LOT of energy," she Tweeted. "I co-wrote a couple of songs. I think its [sic] some of the best work I have ever done."
Beyond discussions about her new album, Britney confirmed she is thinking about touring in support of the record, but she shot down rumors she'll appear at this weekend's Grammys.
"I won't be there and was never planning on going," she wrote.
The singer also offered praise for one of her contemporaries in her Twitter flurry.
"I love Lady Gaga. I think she's a really interesting artist," Brit Tweeted.
Often spotted with a Starbucks in her hand, Britney finally revealed in Thursday's Twitter interview what her cup usually contains.
"I love their Strawberry Frapuchino [sic]," she noted.
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