Britney Spears had some extra star power during her second sold-out show at New York's Radio City Music Hall on Tuesday (July 24) when she brought super-fan Andy Cohen on stage during her performance of "Freakshow" and instructed the Bravo host to get down to the ground and crawl across the stage.
For her usual BDSM-themed performance of the Blackout number, the pop titan invited the 50-year-old TV personality to wear a harness, crawl on all fours and enjoy the perks of being whipped in front of the 6,000 crowd audience. "I think you all know who this is! Give it up for him!" the singer told the audience as the Watch What Happens Live host proceeded to bow at the superstar.
"My take on this is first of all, why would Britney know my name? She's Britney, b**ch. Like, I have no expectation," Cohen said on his radio show after the performance. "I am a mortal and Britney is Britney. I don't [think she knows who I am]. She gave me what I want. I don't need that Britney would consider me, that she would really know who I am. I like it that she's like, 'I think you know who this is, give it up for him.' I mean, it's pretty funny."
For her first world tour in seven years, Spears has been making the rounds with a stripped-down version of her "Piece of Me" Las Vegas residency and is set to hit Europe in August. For more on how you can snag tickets to the pop titan's trek, head to her official website.
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