Britney Spears has promised fans a "morning to remember" to mark the release of her new album on March 29, after announcing plans for a special live performance on TV.
The "Toxic" hitmaker is preparing to drop "Femme Fatale" and has teased fans with minimal details about an upcoming appearance on the ABC network's Good Morning America.
The singer reportedly broke the news via a short video message on YouTube.com on Thursday, but the clip was promptly removed by bosses at Disney, ABC's parent company, citing copyright issues, according to Entertainment Weekly.
The publication reports Spears teased fans by calling it a "morning to remember", revealing the performance, on the day of her album release, would be taking place in the gay-friendly Castro district of San Francisco, California.
Spears released her new single "Hold It Against Me" in January and has been giving fans sneak previews of other new tracks online in the run up to the release of "Femme Fatale."