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Britney Spears die-hards may want to consider booking a trip to sunny Los Angeles since a pop-up museum dedicated to Ms. Spears is coming to the City of Angels in January 2020. Called The Zone, the interactive event is supposed to be the ultimate experience for fans of the pop princess.

The new museum, put together by production company Black Sky Creative, will incorporate elements of Spears’ most iconic music videos, albums and fashion moments. “The Zone” lead producer Jeff Delson told Entertainment Weekly that the new interactive experience is “a thank you for the years of joy she has brought to all of our lives.” Adds Delson, “Britney loves her fans more than anything. Nothing, absolutely nothing, compares to The Zone. The scale of the venue, the breakthrough technologies, the fashion, the surprises, the special access we were given, and the sheer fun of it all will truly blow people away.”

The Zone reportedly features 10 rooms of exhibits from different eras of Spears’ career. There’s a high school complete with lockers inspired by “…Baby One More Time” and a custom commercial airline that will put fans in the middle of Spears’ video for “Toxic.” There’s also a 40-foot tightrope photo walk, a live ringmaster and a live tarot card reader that will thrill fans of Spears’ “Circus” era. The Zone will also be packed full of memorabilia and signature items.

News of the pop-up museum may be especially exciting for fans who didn’t get the chance to see Spears at her Las Vegas residency. The pop star was scheduled to continue performing her Domination show until August 2019, but went on an indefinite hiatus in January 2019. Citing issues with her family as the reason for her decision to put the residency on hold, including her father’s declining health, Spears later checked herself in a mental health rehabilitation facility in April 2019.

Spears updated fans on her mental health following her release from the rehab center, saying that she was feeling good and was not under the control of her family as had been previously reported.

Looking happy and healthy, Spears has been sharing workout videos on her Instagram. Showing off her new gymnastics moves and aerial yoga, Spears appears to be in a positive place, often snapping pictures with boyfriend Sam Asghari.

 

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Spears is the latest celeb to get her own pop-up shop dedicated to her career. Earlier this month it was announced that the BTS  ARMY could visit the K-pop group’s new pop-up shop House of BTS in Seoul and Elton John touched down in Toronto as part of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, which included a stop at the pop-up shop dedicated to his music legacy.

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