Britney Spears says that 'insane' snake is her biggest regret

Britney Spears performs with a python at the 2001 MTV Music Awards. Photo/Getty
Britney Spears performs with a python at the 2001 MTV Music Awards. Photo/Getty

Britney Spears is not a fan of her "dumb" performance at the MTV Video Music Awards back in 2001, when she famously performed with a live python.

The 34-year-old singer insists she would never repeat the risque stunt again, which saw her belt out her hit I'm A Slave 4 U dressed in nothing but a green bikini top, bejewelled shorts and the albino snake draped around her neck.

"It's insane! Why did I do that?" the mother-of-two told E! News while promoting her upcoming new single, Make Me.

And when asked if she would ever dance with a snake again, her reply was straight to the point. "Hell, no!" Britney laughed. "It's so dumb. No! Never!"

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Next year will mark the singer's 20th anniversary of her signing with Jive Records, which led to the release of her debut single, ...Baby One More Time, the following year, and the pop superstar jokes the milestone makes her feel "so old".

She is set to release her new single Make Me in July, ahead of a new album later this year.

Spears teamed up with rapper G-Eazy for the track, and David LaChapelle directed the video.The singer teased fans with behind-the-scenes photos from the promo on Friday.

Ooh look who I found... @g_eazy

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Despite not releasing an album since Femme Fatale in 2011, Spears revealed she's excited to be working on new music again.

"I've been working on this project for a year and a half now, almost two years so it really means a lot to me. It's my baby," she explained of her ninth studio album.

"(It's) a little melodic, a little more not so poppy. It's kind of chill. Very chill."

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