Oops! She did it again...Britney Spear’s album "Femme Fatale" drops today, but that’s not the only thing she’s making her prerogative. Her charitable contributions as of late are making us love her even more!
+ Just weeks ago, the pop star joined forces with President Obama and the First Lady in announcing a new White House anti-bullying campaign. You can check out the Conference on Bullying Prevention website to access tools and resources for your community.
+ Britney also got on board with Japan disaster relief by auctioning off two VIP passes to her live show in San Francisco this past Sunday. The coveted passes raised more than $1,000, with proceeds going to the Salvation Army.
+ In addition to reaching out overseas, Britney also helps out family and friends in need, literally giving the clothes right off her back. Her good friends’ son, Matthew, was stricken with a brain injury when he was very young and now needs constant care--so she auctioned off her dress from the Radiance perfume ads on eBay to benefit the Matthew Van Daff Special Needs Fund. The winning bid was a whopping $25,100!
Charity is nothing new to Britney. Her Britney Spears Camp for the Performing Arts (now known as Summer Stars Camp) has been inspiring underprivileged kids to discover the arts since 1999.
Keep the chart-toppers and charity coming, Britney! We won't hold it against you...
For more on Britney's album, fans can check out the upcoming MTV special, "Britney Spears: I Am the Femme Fatale." A trailer with more details premieres tonight (Tuesday) at 7:58 p.m. ET on MTV.