The Grammy-winning pop diva storms the stage with a mix of fan-favorite hits and hot new tracks from her latest album, Femme Fatale, in this concert special taped before a sold-out crowd in Toronto. Whether you're in the market for bodacious dance moves, killer costume changes or that make-you-melt Louisiana drawl, Britney's bringing ‘em all––bigger and better than ever.
Trailers + Extras
- Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Tour Trailer
- Hold It Against Me Exclusive clip from the Britney Spears Femme Fatale Tour
- Britney's Favorite Thing EPIX sat down for an exclusive interview with Britney...
- I'm A Slave 4 U
- Gimme More
- The Tour
- The Femme Fatale Costumes
- It's Britney
- The Femme Fatale Dancers
- Old vs. New
Top 10 Fun Facts
- Wake-up call: at 5am on show day, 23 18-wheelers roll into the venue to begin set-up. And you thought YOU were a heavy packer.
- Yeah, baby! One of the inspirations behind Britney's Femme Fatale Tour was to feature her as an "international woman of mystery." Rival spies beware!
- To boldly go where Britney's never gone before: the Femme Fatale Tour includes a South American leg, set to include several locations that will be a first for Ms. Spears.
- After its first ten shows, the Femme Fatale Tour had already grossed $6.2 million bucks. Not bad for a week and a half's work.
- Fashion forward: Britney's costumes on this tour were designed by Zaldy Goco, who has also worked with Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga.
- You've heard of a girl in every port? How about a 'do for every date? Britney changes her hairstyle for each location on the Femme Fatale Tour, to reflect the city she's in.
- Britney's tour by the numbers: 140 workers, 125 crew members, 14 tour buses, 16 dancers, 2 band members and 1 blonde goddess with dance moves that don't quit!
- Try that with Legos: the crew builds the stage from the ceiling downward, rather than starting from the bottom up. Magic may or may not be involved.
- Speaking of Femme Fatales... this album's U.S. chart peak ties Britney Spears with both Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey for the third-most number ones by a female artist. Girl power, y'all.
- Twitter speaks, the world listens: when Rihanna asked her Twitter followers which artist they'd like to see her collaborate with, the clear answer was Britney Spears. The remix of "S&M" became Britney's 5th #1 hit.