Britney Spears' manager has defended the pop star against charges of lip-syncing and "vocal coaching," as she prepares for her upcoming, two-year-residency in Las Vegas.
According to MSN.com, fans have grumbled about being short changed by shelling out big dollars to see Spears, only to have her lip-sync. Her manager Larry Rudolph told Billboard.com, like all the best female singers, Spears will sing along with a backing track.
"It's hard for the public to understand what goes on when you get onstage and you're dancing full out during a song," Rudolph said. "No matter what anyone says, there's not a single artist who goes out there and does full
That's not true. Meat Loaf could totally do it.
Rudolph also addressed reports that Spears is taking singing lessons. Which, for those of us who have actually seen (and heard) a Britney Spears concert, sounds like a pretty swell idea.
"The vocal coaching is really just to strengthen her voice and get her to a point where she can go out there every night and do a full show," he said.