Britney Spears is in talks to play the lead role in the musical "Sweet Charity" on Broadway, the New York Post reported today (Nov. 23).
Britney Spears is in talks to play the lead role in the musical "Sweet Charity" on Broadway, the New York Post reported today (Nov. 23). If it proves to be true, the 23-year-old pop star would replace Christina Applegate in January.
Spears, who had a baby boy in September, would take over the role of Charity Hope Valentine, a plucky dancer with a heart of gold, the Post reported.
Publicists for Spears and for the show could not be immediately reached to comment on the report.
People magazine, whose Dec.5 cover features Spears, her husband Kevin Federline and infant son Sean Preston, said Spears had been offered the title role in the musical.
The Post said if Spears joined the show, it would move to the larger Ford Center from the smaller Al Hirshfeld Theater to accommodate anticipated larger crowds.
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