Britney Spears to end her Las Vegas residency on New Year’s Eve Video

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Happy Thanksgiving. Good morning. 1234r we’re going to say that all day long. In fact, I was told yesterday by a security guard and it made my whole day and I’m now in the holiday spirit. Brittany baby one more time feeling a little no taggic on this throwback Thursday remembering how we helped Britney kick off her planet Hollywood residency in Vegas. We were the first to announce it here on “Gma” four years ago and now she accepts us this. Hello, good morning, America. It’s been a great day in vague and about to go on stage tonight. All right. That was right before one of her last performances. She was very succinct. Hey, “Gma,” here’s what’s going down and there you have it. The final countdown is on as she wines down her Las Vegas residency last show on new year’s eve. We can’t wait to see what she does next. Being somebody raised when her music was becoming more popular every time I see her I’m thinking about my childhood. Teenage years. Glad those are over. Up next celebrating the release of “Coco” with a music video for “Remember me” featuring Miguel and take a look. ??? And know with you is the only way I can be so until you’re in my arms again ??? That’s beautiful. The video featuring those two singers dancing and paying homage to their own relatives. Fun fact by the same folks who gave us another tune you might be familiar with. “Let it go” from frozen. See “Coco” in theaters right now. I love that. That or “Let it go.” I can let go of “Let it go” right now but I really like this new song. You can work out to it. Serenade your husband to it. A little romance. Finally Lara is they Thanksgiving day parade in Philadelphia so we have to do a “Pop news” pop-in with Lara. Thank you, guys. Thank you so much. Having a great morning here at the Philadelphia Thanksgiving day parade as I mentioned. The oldest Thanksgiving day parade in the country and we thought it would be nice to round out your Thanksgiving day pop. I have a little fun fact situation for you with the help of the Franklin central high school marching band. They’re from Indiana and, gentlemen and lady, druroll, please. Very official. And thank you. That’s the magic happening here in Philadelphia. Wow, I really got too that. Here are your fun facts. Number one the parade will reach 3 million people, 500,000 of them will be standing along the parade route. Another 2.5 million will be home and warm and…

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