A bidding war for Britney Spears may give the singer solace that she’s still in demand after announcing her breakup with former manager Jason Trawick. News surfaced of a possible stint in Vegas soon after Spears revealed she’s quitting X Factor – after only one season.
According to Yahoo the bidding war may leave Spears $100 million richer,
It has been claimed the American singer is gearing up to sign a $100 million deal which would see her perform regular shows in Sin City.
Originally, it was believed she would ink a contract with one of the Caesars Entertainment Corporation’s venues, which famously owns the Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino.
According to TMZ, Britney has actually been approached by two establishments owned by the company with another unrelated venue also vying for her time.
Time will tell which mega hotel & casino will book Spears. When the deal is complete the singer will reportedly be expected to perform 5-days a week and make additional appearances on the grounds. Not surprisingly, there are concerns over the singer’s well-being.
There has been some concern about whether she would be able to keep up with the rigors of a Las Vegas residency, after she was slammed for being bland on the TV program. The star is also still the subject of a court-ordered conservatorship following her 2008 meltdown, leading to fears she might not be mentally fit enough for such a demanding agreement.
Celine Dion, Cher, Bette Milder and many others have successfully completed stints in Vegas – can Britney do it?