Elton John and Britney Spears Are Collaborating on a “Tiny Dancer” Update Single

Britney Spears is releasing her first music since being released from her 13-year conservatorship, and it’s a collaboration with gay icon Elton John.

The track will be called “Hold Me Closer,” after John’s iconic “Tiny Dancer,” a spokesperson confirmed to British news agency PA Media on Tuesday. It’s unclear whether it will be a straight cover, but the song was described as a “new version” of the 1971 hit. The Rocket Man also posted the song title on Instagram, accompanied by a rose emoji and a rocket emoji. Although Spears did not allude to the song’s title on her own Instagram, she posted a reel last night of her posing in a yellow ruffled top and shorts, set to “you broke me first” by Tate McRae, with a caption of red rose emoji.

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“Hold Me Closer” will also be Spears’ first major release since her 2016 album, “Glory;” she’s released a handful of singles since then, but they’ve mainly been remixes of prior songs. Now that she has regained control of her independence, financial and otherwise, it appears hopeful that we can look forward to more from the “Toxic” singer.


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