Britney Spears’ latest album hopes to prove that there’s nothing like a song to heal a broken heart. In an interview with the Associated Press on Oct. 15, the “Work Bitch” singer revealed that her upcoming album will include a roster of personal tracks including a song about her breakup with celebrity manager, Jason Trawick.
“I think it will make girls not feel alone in this situation,” Spears said. “When they’re alone in their room and they broke up with their boyfriend, they have a song they can go to and listen to, just makes them feel better about themselves.”
Spears, 31, and Trawick, 41, parted ways earlier this year following a year-long engagement. Both parties released a statement at the time stating: “Britney Spears and Jason Trawick have mutually agreed to end their one-year engagement.”
With Spears co-writing every song on what will be her eighth studio album, the pop legend called the highly anticipated compilation her most personal work to date. The album titled “Britney Jean” will be followed by a Las Vegas residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. “Britney: Piece of Me” will span two years and include 50 shows beginning December 27.
“I know I’ll be nervous, but I’m going to be excited, too,” Spears said of her upcoming stint in Vegas. “It’s going to be cool.”