Britney Spears has arrived in St. Petersburg, Neva 24 reports. The pop singer arrived in the city with 23 trucks of her 50-ton luggage. The trucks brought Britney's clothes, stage costumes, food, furniture, a convertible vehicle and a motorcycle. Approximately 150 people will be assisting Britney in St. Petersburg.
Spears will perform in St. Petersburg's Ice Palace on September 22. Two days later, she will perform in Moscow. The singer is visiting Russia within the scope of her Femme Fatale World Tour. The tour is being held in support of her seventh studio album, which was released in March of this year.
In Moscow, Britney plans to visit the Salvador Dali art show, which is currently open at Pushkin's Art Museum, Arguments and Facts newspaper said
News agencies previously reported that Britney's security service is chaired by a native of Kazakhstan. There is very little information about the man. It was only said that his name is Igor and that he is 38 years of age. He has been living in the United States for over 20 years. He moved to the States from Russia's Karaganda in the beginning of the 1990s.
In the States, he received the diploma of a lawyer and opened a security agency. He had been working for Spears for more than four years.
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