Britney Spears has spent the last few years performing shows in las Vegas but is about to have a change of scenery as she jets off to tour across Europe and Asia.
The 35-year-old is due to stop in Tel Aviv, Israel and boy is it causing a ruckus!
Britneys gig that is scheduled for July 3rd in the city’s Yarkon Park has drawn so much attention that the Israeli Labor Party has decided to push their primary elections back one full day.
The party, the social-democratic HaAvoda group, was set to hold their primaries on July 3 as well. But fears that people in central Israel would not be able to reach polling stations due to the concert have seen them push the date back.
A short statement from the party did not cite Spears by-name, but it name-checked the park and referred to the "major event" occurring there on that day.
"The election date was delayed by one day due to the fact that there is a major event at Yarkon Park on July 3."
This is just another claim Britney can add to her name.
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