Britney Spears is Happy To Know That Brad Pitt is Single and Reveals Her Crush

By Pankaj Mondal - 07 Oct '16 17:11PM

Britney Spears has set her sights firmly. She confessed for the first time that her first celebrity crush was none other than the now single Brad Pitt. The superstar made this bold confession while playing a game of roulette on The Today Show with Richard Wilkins, the reporter. She said that he's single now, referring to Pitt's pending divorce from wife Angelina Jolie. The star has been very vocal about her appreciation for the 52-year-old actor for many years. She was asked about her favorites a few months back during a radio interview to which she replied-"It has always been Brad Pitt."

It was surprising to note that the Stronger singer setting up a proposal to work as a nanny for Brangelina's kids. While speaking on the show, Good Morning Britain in the UK, Spears said that she had met Pitt once and would like to meet him again besides being a nanny given an opportunity.

On her own reality show titled Britney and Kevin: Chaotic in 2005, the songstress joked with Jason Allen Alexander-her husband at that time-about the notorious break-up between Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. At that time she said that now since the duo has broken up, Pitt might be thinking about her. Despite naming her famous crushes, she's enjoying life with her sons Jayden James, aged 10 and Sean Preston, aged 11. She told Jonathan Ross that she's not looking for men at the moment while appearing on his show.

Meanwhile, Britney's attention seems to be wavering since she made headlines in the early part of this week when she admitted to having a soft spot for Justin Bieber. While playing a game on the show Loose Women, the beauty was asked to make a choice between Madonna, Simon Cowell, and Justin Bieber. She immediately responded by stating that she would marry Bieber.

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