The U.S. Grand Prix: it’s a sports thing or whatever! And now, Miss Britney Spears is infiltrating from the inside in her latest move to advance the Gay Agenda.
The Circuit of the Americas (COTA) announced on Wednesday (April 25) that the “I’ll Never Stop Loving You” Living Legend will headline this year’s Grand Prix in Austin, Texas on October 21. (Oh, yeah: and Bruno Mars, too.)
Bruno will perform his 24K Magic World Show on Saturday night, while B-Girl will bring the action with her Piece Of Me: This Is The Last Time Around I Swear To God Y’All It’s Just a Limited Engagement Tour on Sunday.
“We’re excited to welcome Bruno Mars and Britney Spears to this year’s United States Grand Prix stage. The pinnacle of motorsports, two global superstar musicians and all of the festive entertainment that comes with the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix defines the weekend as the greatest sports and entertainment celebration of the year. We are proud to host such an incredible weekend for race and music fans alike,” said Bobby Epstein, Founder and Chairman of COTA.
“Also? I, like, literally stan for ‘Overprotected’ and if she adds it, my wig will be orbiting in space,” he added, probably.
And just like that, RuPaul’s Drag Race is no longer the gayest drag race competition of the year.
Tickets are available this Friday.