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Britney Concert Goes Up in Smoke

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The latest stop on Britney Spears' Circus tour featured a little too much smoke and not enough mirrors.

The pop star has issued an apology to ticket holders of last night's Vancouver show after smoky conditions on stage led to a 30-minute delay of the concert—a delay that came just three songs in after Spears walked off stage without explanation, leaving the crowd to sit (and boo) in the dark arena.

"The building is awfully smoky," an announcer finally explained to the sold-out crowd, per the Vancouver Sun. "It's become uncomfortable and unsafe for the performers, including Ms. Spears.

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Spoiled little brat. Back in my day, if it was smoky, performers said thank you, may I have another. Also usually performers were responsible for the smoke. :D

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Stop smoking weed, says Britney...

The new and improved Britney Spears apparently isn't a fan of cigarette smoke - or any other kind of smoke, for that matter - while she's performing.

The 27-year-old pop star left the stage for about 30 minutes during a concert in Vancouver on Wednesday night, apparently because of smoke in the audience.

read more: http://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/celeb...ed-says-Britney

source: AP

image :Fair Use/cm1.theinsider.com: BRITNEY SPEARS...."stop smoking weed!!"

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