Britney Spears is convinced her latest collection of tunes won't disappoint.
"I think it's my best work yet," she said of her upcoming album Femme Fatale when she swung by Ryan Seacrest's radio show this morning. "I actually listened to it on the way over here. It's definitely something that you want to work out to. It's definitely upbeat."
The disc, which drops March 29, features the new sure-to-be-a-hit single "'Til the World Ends" and it's, by far, Brit's favorite track.
"It's just good energy," she says of the tune cowritten by Ke$ha. "I'm a vibe person, I love 'good mood' songs and if it puts me in a good mood, it clicks for me."
Britney also apparently clicked pretty well with will.i.am, who worked on part of the album with the pop star.
"Oh my God, he's amazing!" she exclaimed. "He's so much fun and he's funny and he's a charm. I love him, he's great."
And last, but certainly not least, when the subject of a possible tour came up, Britney and her manager Larry Rudolph hinted at one beginning "early summer."
Hmmm, any chance we could just skip over spring?