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Britney Spears wants Natalie Portman to play her in a movie

BRITNEY Spears wants Natalie Portman to play her in a movie.

The pop star has revealed she would like to see the Oscar-winning 'Black Swan' and 'Thor: The Dark World' portray her on the big screen if there is ever a biopic made about her life.

In a Twitter Q&A to promote her new album 'Britney Jean' on Tuesday (29.10.13), Britney was asked: "If you could pick anyone to play you as a character in a movie, who would you choose? @britneyspears #AskBritneyJean (sic)"

The 31-year-old star responded by suggesting the 32-year-old brunette beauty, who began her acting career over 20 years ago and, like Britney, grew up in the spotlight.

Elsewhere in the Q&A session, Britney revealed that her current obsession is skincare and gave a glimpse into what she gossips about with girlfriends.

Asked what she would discuss with a pal over coffee, the star said: "Skin care, parenting... shoes, exercise, yoga... (sic)"

Britney also teased her upcoming two-year musical residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, admitting she is feeling nervous as the show's December launch date approaches.

She wrote: "I'm always a little nervous leading up to opening night #AskBritneyJean (sic)"

The singer is expected to perform some of her biggest hits, including '...Baby One More Time' and 'Oops I Did It Again', but don't expect the starlet to rehash any of her old costumes synonymous with the songs.

She added: "You'll be seeing a fresh perspective on everything."



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