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Britney Spears is ready to re-enter the music world. Fresh out of a marriage and freed from her guardianship, Spears has recorded a remixed version of Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer,” according to a new report.
Per Page Six, John and Spears met at a Beverly Hills studio to record last week. Universal Music will release the track next month.
Spears had taken a break from her music, the most recent release being in 2016 with her album “Glory.”
She’s hinted at recording new music via social media in the past, but nothing has materialized.
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For his part, John continued to produce hits. Just recently, he recorded a remix of another of his songs, “Cold Hearts”, with fellow British star Dua Lipa. It served as the lead single from John’s latest collaborative album, “The Lockdown Sessions”. The track instantly became a hit and marked John’s first UK number one single in 16 years.
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“Tiny Dancer” was originally released in 1971. Last December, the song went double platinum.
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The new music could prove to be a good distraction for Spears, who is publicly feuding with her mother, Lynne.
The “Toxic” singer shared in a since-deleted Instagram post screenshots of text messages she sent her mother while she was under her guardianship.
Spears says her mother hasn’t responded to her regarding the text messages. She wrote in her caption, “I’m showing it because there was no response…When I walked out her words were ‘You should have let me visit you and give you a hug.’ “
Lynne contradicted her daughter’s statements, saying she had “all the conversations” and wanted to see her daughter.
Spears, who recently won a victory in her conservatorship case, has yet to acknowledge her upcoming work with John.
Fox News Digital has reached out to reps for John and Spears for comment.