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The Next Cover of Rolling Stone: Britney Spears Returns

November 25, 2008 10:36 AM ET

A year after her very public meltdown, Britney Spears is back to work and out of trouble. But what has the comeback cost her? Rolling Stone has Britney's full story in the issue of Rolling Stone that hits newsstands this week. "I feel like an old person now," Spears tells RS's Jenny Eliscu. "I do! I go to bed at, like, 9:30 every night, and I don't go out or anything, you know what I mean? I just feel like an old fart." Spears says she's considering lopping off the weave she's worn since shaving her head in 2007, and counts up her tattoos (they now number seven), giggling.

Click here for a first look at the cover story, and photos from the shoot — and stay tuned for much more:

Cover Story: Britney Returns
Britney Lets Loose for Rolling Stone's Cameras: Exclusive Photos
Britney Spears: The Rolling Stone Covers and Cover Stories

Plus, read our review of Britney's new album and listen to it care/of Imeem:
Album Review: Circus

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Song Stories

“Vans”

The Pack | 2006

Berkeley, California rappers the Pack made their footwear choice clear in 2006 with the song "Vans." The track caught the attention of Too $hort, who signed them to his imprint. MTV refused to play the video for the song, though, claiming it was essentially a commercial for the product. Rapper Lil' B disagreed. "I didn’t know nobody [at] Vans," he said. "I was just a rapper who wore Vans." Even without MTV's support, Lil' B recognized the impact of the track. "God blessed me with such a revolutionary song… People around my age know who really started a lot of the dressing people are into now."

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