Only two days into her first national tour in half a decade, <a href="http://okmagazine.com/search/britney" target="_blank"><strong>Britney Spears</strong></a> is already fighting off rumors.
Last night, after her performance in Atlanta, Brit-Brit released a statement on <a href="http://www.britneyspears.com/2009/03/official-statement-about-britneys-sons-on-tour.php" target="_blank">her official Web site</a> denouncing reports that ex-hubby <a href="http://okmagazine.com/search/federline" target="_blank"><strong>Kevin Federline</strong></a> had banned their two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, from seeing their mom’s concerts.
The statement reads:
"Contrary to rumors linked to false articles, Britney Spears’ sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, will be joining her on the entire Circus tour and will be attending shows as planned. Britney’s family is a huge inspiration and she loves having them on the road with her."
After a day off today, Britney’s Circus tour rolls down to Miami for a concert on Saturday night.
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