“In five years I would like to be married and have a father figure for my kids, someone who is a provider and can be really stable,” Spears says in the new issue of Glamour magazine.
In another apparent jab at K-Fed, Ms. Spears says, “It’s hard doing it on your own.”
But potential suitors, beware—Spears is not the wild child party girl you may want her to be. Even though she had an early birthday celebration last night at club G-A-Y in London, the comeback pop princess swears she’s over that scene.
“I don’t like going out,” Spears tells writer James Patrick Herman. “I hate clubs. I hate being around too many people. I love my home and staying in bed and watching Dancing With the Stars or reading a Danielle Steel novel. I’m kind of boring.”
We beg to differ. The last year or so has been anything but boring.
With head shaving and hospital visits behind her, Spears' life really took a turn for the better when she picked up three Moon Man statues at the MTV Video Music Awards in September. “When I received the awards and [the audience] stood for me, it showed how much love is out there,” she says.
For now, Spears moves on with her international promotional push for her new album, Circus, before launching a world tour sometime next year. She’s also got some New Year's resolutions to take care of.
“I would like to stop worrying so much, because I worry all the time,” she says. “And to learn how to be happier, just in general. I have to learn to take things not so seriously. And to stop biting my nails.”
As I was the first to report, Spears was shot for the January issue, on newsstands Dec. 9, by Patrick Demarchelier in Los Angeles. This won’t be her only Glamour cover. A rep for the magazine says she will also appear on several international editions.
For a look back at Spears’ unforgettable magazine-cover moments, check out our new Brit-Brit gallery: From American Tragedy to Comeback Queen.