Nicki Minaj Officially Joining Britney Spears On Tour
After all the rumors and the hinting around, it’s finally official: femme fatale Britney Spears and wig matron Nicki Minaj will be hitting the road together this summer. Spears’ official site touted the news today while noting that the all female line-up also includes Jessie and the Toy Boys and Nervo on all tour stops.
“This is the Femme Fatale tour and I’m thrilled to have the hot Nicki Minaj join me and Jessie and the Toy Boys and Nervo will get everyone on the dance floor,” said apocalyptic “Till The World Ends” singer Spears. “Can’t wait to take the Femme Fatales on the road.” Maybe Brit-Brit will find some punctuation marks while she’s jaunting around the country?
“The #FemmeFataleBARBZ wont know what hit em. Ready or not people, here we come,” Britney tweeted this morning at Nicki. In response, the “Moment 4 Life” MC wrote, “yup! and let’s keep the “other thing” a secret for now… ;)”
Other thing? Do we sense a collaboration in the works? Something in a similar vein to this, perhaps?
Spears’ site says tickets for select markets go on sale at Ticketmaster and LiveNation.com on April 30. Below is the new, slightly modified list of tour dates (the Sacramento date appears to have been switched from the 17th to the 16th of June):
June 16 — Sacramento, CA (Power Balance Pavilion) June 18 — San Jose, CA (HP Pavilion) June 20 — Los Angeles, CA (Staples Center) June 24 — Anaheim, CA (Honda Center) June 25 — Las Vegas, NV (MGM Grand) June 28 — Portland, OR (Rose Garden Arena) June 29 — Tacoma, WA (Tacoma Dome) July 1 — Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena) July 4 — Winnipeg, MB (MTS Centre) July 6 — St. Paul, MN (Xcel Center) July 8 — Chicago, IL (United Center) July 12 — Dallas, TX (American Airlines Center) July 13 — Houston, TX (Toyota Center) July 15 — New Orleans, LA (New Orleans Arena) July 17 — Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena) July 20 — Orlando, FL (Amway Center) July 22 — Miami, FL (American Airlines Arena) July 26 — Cleveland, OH (Quicken Loans Arena) July 28 — Detroit, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills) July 30 — Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center) July 31 — Washington, DC (Verizon Center) August 2 — Uniondale, NJ (Nassau Coliseum) August 5 — East Rutherford, NJ (Izod Center) August 8 — Boston, MA (TD Garden) August 11 — Montreal, QC (Bell Centre) August 13 — Toronto, ON (Air Canada Centre)