Britney Spears Goes From Glamour Girl To Scruffy Star After Photo Shoot

Britney Spears Goes From Glamour Girl To Scruffy Star After Photo Shoot
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She yesterday posted photos to her Twitter page which showed her all dolled up in a very glamorous ensemble to shoot an advert for her new fragrance.But it was a very different story when Britney Spears left the set in an extremely casual outfit once she was done.

Although still heavily made up, the star chose a relaxed and somewhat scruffy look in the form of a charcoal T-shirt, tan shorts and matching slouchy boots.

The 30-year-old had her blonde locks messily piled atop her head and carried a bottle of water as she left the Long Beach location with a smile.

Britney showed she is bringing the sex factor to her new fragrance ad when she tweeted a picture from the second day of her shoot for her new Elizabeth Arden perfume, Fantasy Twist.

The X Factor judge wore a plunging golden gown with a blonde wig and headpiece, with her fiance Jason Trawick compare her to a 1930s screen siren.

Britney tweeted: ‘Loving day 2 of my Elizabeth Arden Fantasy Twist fragrance shoot.

‘Jason says I look like Jean Harlow!’

The day before, the mother-of-two dressed as an ancient Egyptian.

She posted a sneak peek of the look, writing: ‘Channelling my inner Cleopatra today at Elizabeth Arden Fantasy Twist shoot. Fragrance is out in Sept. 1st look on Path.’

Fantasy Twist is the latest release in Britney’s billion-dollar perfume empire. She released her first fragrance Curious in 2004 after signing a deal with Elizabeth Arden. By 2009, she had released another seven fragrances, including Fantasy and Curious. Britney has earned an estimated $1.5billion from her perfume empire and dominates the celebrity fragrance market.

Meanwhile, Britney is set to become the target of a bidding war for her next record contract. Her long-time contract with Jive Records – who have been with the singer since the beginning – is due to end after one more album.

Among those hoping to sign her as her X Factor USA co-judge Antonio ‘LA’ Reid, who wants her on his Epic Records label.

Reid said: ‘I have a 15-year history with Britney and would love to be reunited with her.’

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Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images

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