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Queens of pop, Britney Spears and Madonna, cover the April issue of OUT magazine. This marks the start of an annual “Ladies We Love” Issue from OUT. This year’s issue also features Heather Morris, who plays ditzy-dame, Brittany, on “Glee”. Morris danced alongside Spears earlier this season in a Britney-themed episode of the hit Fox TV show. “Glee” also aired a Madonna-themed episode in its first season. Madonna’s OUT cover, shot by Richard Corman, features rare photos from one year before the debut of Madge’s first album. This collection of photographs, seen here, showcases the young pop starlet traversing her way around New York City in the early 1980s, before she broke on to the pop scene (and never looked back).
Pop successor, Britney Spears, looks saucy as hell in new photos shot by Ruven Afanador for the mag’s alternate cover. Britney gets unusually (and refreshingly) chatty in the spread’s accompanying interview. Brit credits Madonna as a figure of inspiration for her own career. B discusses cars, collaborators, heaven, hell, drag queens, and advises ice cream as a sure-fire fix to any bad day. Britney’s seventh studio album, “Femme Fatale” (seen here), drops March 29th. This Britney era is promo-packed thus far, with the pop-tart covering V Magazine this month and with appearances on Good Morning America and Ellen slated for later in March.
When asked if there were any songs she didn’t like or regretted recording, the snarky songstress replied, “No, All of my songs are fucking amazing.”