Britney Spears And MTV Let You Get Up Close And Personal In Las Vegas [CONTEST]

Want to get up close and personal with Britney Spears?

Who doesn’t?

Well, with an assist from MTV, one lucky fan will win a trip to see Britney Spears in Las Vegas as part of the “Up Close and Personal with Britney Jean” contest. How do you enter, you ask? It’s simple, just check out the app on the MTV Facebook page, offer up all your personal info and agree to the official rules and you’re one step closer to meeting Britney Spears. Excited? You should be; Britney Spears is excited!

“From the beginning of my career MTV has always brought me together with my fans,” Spears said in the contest’s announcement page. “This is another really cool way and I can’t wait to see the winner at the front row of my show.”

“Starting today, MTV will begin airing a video message from Britney encouraging her fans to enter via on MTV, MTV Hits,, as well as its social media accounts. The last chance to enter will be December 1 at 11:59 p.m. ET, with the winner revealed on December 5.”

The lucky winner not only gets to meet Britney Spears, he or she will enjoy a two-day trip to Las Vegas for two, including front row seats to the “Britney: Piece of Me” show at the Planet Hollywood resort.

With the MTV contest, December will be a big month for Britney Spears and her fans. Two days before the big winner is announced, Spears’ eighth studio album, entitled Britney Jean, hits shelves on December 3. Britney’s already released a few singles—”Work B*tch” and “Perfume“—intentionally. In addition, fans got a chance to check out a leaked version of “Alien,” a version that Britney Jean producer William Orbit is calling “the wrong version.”

That’s all right, Willy, Britney Spears’ rabid fans will take what they can get until the entire album is available.

How many of the Britney Jean tracks have you heard? Where do you think Spears is at in her career?

It’s the wrong version of ‘Alien’ that’s out there. Right song, but had wrong chorus notes, (now fixed) on THE version

— William Orbit (@WilliamOrbit) November 18, 2013