Britney Spears lip-sync rumors surface after Vegas deal signed

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Now that Britney Spears has inked a lucrative two-year Las Vegas contract, the inevitable story about whether or not she is set to lip-sync through every show has surfaced.

Having to sing “Baby One More Time” one more time, every single night, will be made all the more easier by merely going through the motions, the New York Daily News reports. But Gossip Cop swears that Spears will indeed be singing and that this is a bogus story planted by a hater.

<p> It’s not like Britney is Celine Dion or Mariah Carey; her dulcet tones are wholly mediocre, so she might just be doing the audience a favor.

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