If you want a piece of Britney Spears’ live Las Vegas show, start making travel plans.
Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal Friday that the “Make Me” singer’s four-year run at the Axis theater at Planet Hollywood will come to an end after her contract expires in December.
“We are done with this show, and our next move is undecided,” Rudolph told the paper. “We are still talking with Caesars Entertainment and other interested parties in Las Vegas.” He added that “anything is possible,” including a follow-up to her 2016 album, “Glory.”
Rudolph this month told the Review-Journal that the star was considering an “extended break” from her lucrative show, which began in 2013 and passed the $100-million mark in ticket sales in February. This summer, Spears will take her act to the Philippines, Japan and Israel — which delayed a local election after her tour dates were announced. Spears tweeted that she’s “excited” to be performing abroad.
Even if she doesn’t return to Vegas, at least we’ll always have the GIFs.