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Britney Spears Announces Kids Choice Awards Gig and 'Till the World Ends' Video

March 18, 2011 (3:01 am) GMT
In between rehearsals for the April 2 prize-giving event, Britney will shoot a music video for 'Till The World Ends' with Ray Kay in Los Angeles.
Britney Spears Announces Kids Choice Awards Gig and 'Till the World Ends' Video

is going full throttle in promoting her soon-to-be-released studio album "". She will perform at the upcoming Nickelodeon's 24th Annual Kids' Choice Awards on April 2, joining and .

The "Hold It Against Me" hitmaker is additionally scheduled to make several appearances on "". There will also be Britney take-over day on MTV to celebrate "Femme Fatale" U.S. release on March 29.

On the same day, her special performance at San Francisco's historic Castro district will be aired on "Good Morning America". "This is the first time the show has filmed a concert from the location, and due to the time difference and logistics Britney will pre-tape the performance on Sunday, March 27th," it was announced.

In between the hectic promos, Britney will spare some time to shoot a music video for her second single "Till The World Ends" in Los Angeles. Ray Kay has been tapped to direct the video. A sneak peek has been shared on her Twitter with caption, "Day 1 of the #TTWE Videoshoot. Just wrapped my first big dance number. Taking a well deserved break people!"

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