Britney Spears Boys Sean Preston Jayden James PHOTO From 'Smurfs 2' 'Ooh La La' VIDEO (AUDIO)
Britney Spears shared a candid photo of her two sons on Instagram, which revealed her boys will make an appearance in her next music video.
Spears, 31, released a picture of herself sandwiched between Sean Preston, 7, and Jayden James, 6, (from ex-husband Kevin Federline) at a movie theater. The shot was taken as they filmed a music video for Ooh La La, her single from the Smurfs 2 soundtrack.
Spears captioned the Instagram photo, "Omg. How CUTE are my boys?! Video premieres Thursday on VEVO at noon ET!"
The Toxic singer revealed in a recent interview that she recorded the song because of her sons' love for the miniature blue cartoon characters. Spears called in to Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show on June 17 to premiere the single.
"They're obsessed with The Smurfs," Spears told Seacrest "We've seen The Smurfs movie a million, trillion times and they were told they could be in the video."
She also said Sean Preston and Jayden James were "really, really good" during filming for the video.
"My oldest son, Preston, was right on cue every time they would tell him to do something," the proud mom shared. "They play themselves. But when we did the actual shoot of the video, I didn't see them. I was in hair and makeup, so later on I got to see what they actually did on camera -- and it was adorable!"
Britney also discussed her future projects and said there was a possibility her rumored Las Vegas residency gig was going to happen, but her appearance hasn't been confirmed just yet.
When asked when her fans can expect a new album she told Seacrest, "by the end of the year."
Listen to Britney Spears' interview with Ryan Seacrest below.
Listen to Britney Spears' Ooh La La song here.
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