字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Britney, absolute pleasure to meet you, and I think you're the only person that can possibly answer this next question. If I want to look hot in a bikini or have a Lamborghini or sip martinis, what do I have to do? You have to work *beep*! You want a Lamborghini? Sip martinis? Look hot in a bikini? You better work! You better work. You better work. You better work. Now to get to work. Your new album, you've co-wrote songs on this one. It's called Britney Jean, which is your personal nickname. What sort of Britney insight can the fans look forward to with this one? Well, you know what? I went through a lot going through this album. So I wanted to be able to share some personal moments with the fans, you know. It's about going out with your girlfriends and celebrating and having a good time. You know, songs like Work *beep* for my gay fans. You know, the term of endearment of that. And just um, you know and personal things with your relationship that you go through, so girls don't feel alone if they feel like their boyfriend is cheating on them and um, songs that really account for that. So it's just, it's really cool. It's a really different album, and it's very moody as well. It has a bunch of different levels of moods to it, so it just grabs your attention that way. And do you think they'll sort of get an insight into you as a person and your life that they maybe haven't seen before? Yes, I definitely do. Yes. And where do you perhaps draw the boundaries in what you will and won't cover? What do you not want to reveal? I think what just kind of feels safe to you and like how you feel personally. Some things are like probably, people have boundaries in where they want to take it and where they want to go with it, and I think you know, it's just about respecting those boundaries. Your new video is pretty sexy. I was watching it this morning, and I was like 'this is sexy'. Do you feel a pressure from the music industry to be sexier and sexier? Well, you know what, I think it goes with what I do. I think it's my job to um, you know kind of portray more of a sex kitten than what I really am at home with my kids. I'm a monster mom, and It's like "get away from me!" You know? But it's like, you know, it's part of what I do, you know? It's part of what I am and what I do. Do you think... like Beyonce I guess... Do you think part of being super successful is having a sort of secret sexy persona? Yeah, I feel like. You know, as an artist, I think it's really people are really shy... I'm really shy in person, so when I get on stage, it's like really good for me to become this different character to like release all the angst that I do have and become this different person because it's just like... It's like therapy for me. And you're into your eighth studio album, and you've been sort of at the heart of the music industry for about 15 years, so as an expert, how do you think it might be tougher these days for young girls to achieve what you have? This business is really hard to get into. I think you have to know the right people. It's really cut throat. You have to be very determined and very focused and very disciplined and know that there's going to be a lot of work ahead of you to make it in this business. It's a lot of hard work, and you know I think once you're cut out for that you'll understand really understand what that means, I think then you can succeed. And do you think there's sort of a pressure from people at the top to be really sexy in order to succeed? Overall, especially in Los Angeles, yeah, I do think that. I think there is a pressure for girls to have the right nose, the right body, the right... You know... It almost kind of becomes you are your environment, and it almost becomes contagious when you get in an environment like that. You actually really do become that yourself, but so I think it's just important to keep cool people around you that keep you grounded. Onto, this is so exciting, Vegas! So cool. How are you preparing? Are you watching The Hangover? Are you practicing poker? I'm doing rehearsals everyday from like one to five, and then when I hang out, I just watch great movies. I eat tons of popcorn with parmesan cheese and I love going to the spa at the Four Seasons. There is a God there. Yeah. In the spa. You look absolutely gorgeous in your new video. Abs, well done. Well, thank you. Can you give us normal girls some tips on being so wonderfully sexy and gorgeous? Oh, well thank you. You're so sweet. I would say just do a lot of yoga. I'm really disciplined with it, and I like kickboxing. It's fun. I like to punch. When you're hitting the bag, is there anyone's face you've got in mind? Oh, a couple of people. Yeah. Does that help for motivation? Yes. And you worked with will.i.am recently. Now whenever I interview him, he's like a huge character. So how was that? He's like a little kid in a candy store. He's a little genius. He comes to you, and he's like Britney what are you doing? What's going on? What's up? You know, he's so eccentric, and I love that about him. He's just so different and fun to be around. The energy's contagious so it's really cool. What's one thing that perhaps you feel you took from your experience? Did you learn anything from him? His format and the way he writes songs. He's very like... He has a certain way he writes songs, and I kind of picked up on that, and it's kind of inspiring to see, so I was appreciative of that. And now you've come so far in your career. You've done so well. If we could put you in a showbiz time machine, and you could go back and give your 17-year-old self one piece of advice, what would it be? Rock on! I really, really love your hair. Your hair's beautiful. And your necklace as well is really astounding. I like it a lot. Thank you, Britney. That's lovely. It was an absolute pleasure. It was an absolute pleasure to meet you as well. Have a great time in London. Thank you so much.