Britney Spears's New Album Is About 'Huge Breakup' + Britney's Investments Revealed

Britney Spears' Investments Revealed: Find Out Where the Pop Princess Put Her Money

Britney Spears may have had an endorsement deal with Pepsi, but it appears she has a thing for Coke.
The soft drink company Coca-Cola is on the list of stocks the pop superstar invested in last year, along with Chipotle, Kraft Foods, AT&T, American Express, McDonalds Corp., Home Depot, Verizon, Amazon, Google, Visa and more, according to financial records filed by her conservatorship attorneys for 2012 obtained by E! News.

Spears also has stock in Phillip Morris, and dabbles in beauty and entertainment stocks from the likes of Time Warner, Colgate, Estee Lauder, Facebook, Priceline, Amazon and Comcast.

Pepsi, however, is nowhere to be found in the doc.

As far as the "Work Bitch" crooner's net income for that year, Spears amassed a total of $5.8 million in cash and $19.6 million in "non-cash" assets, and had a net income of $13.9 million.
And there's more money to come.

The 31-year-old mom of two is set to rake in major dough for her upcoming residency in Las Vegas—a reported two-year deal worth nearly $30 million.

Spears' latest conservatorship news comes after her attorneys filed a motion earlier this month that requested the court continue to grant her dad, Jamie Spears, monthly payments of $16,000 to continue to keep tabs on her estate.

The singer's ex-fiancé Jason Trawick previously served as her co-conservator with Jamie, but signed off soon after their split.

Her dad has been overseeing her estate since 2008.

Britney Spears's New Album Is About 'Huge Breakup' with Jason Trawick

Her new song, "Work B––––," is a dance anthem, but Britney Spears says her upcoming album, which is due out in December, features more than a little heartbreak.

"It's the most personal album I've done," Spears, 31 admitted Friday on On Air with Ryan Seacrest. "After having a huge breakup this year, I had a lot to say in the studio, so it was really nice to have a therapy like that and to be able to share that with my fans … so it's a real personal album."

The "huge breakup" she's referring to is her January split with fiancé Jason Trawick. The pair, who were engaged for a year, began dating in 2009, but Trawick had long been a part of Spears life as a member of her management team.

The mom of two – who's set to begin a two-year residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas on Dec. 27 – isn't worried about reliving the bad times with her ex when she performs the songs in concert.

"Usually the stuff that really comes from the heart is usually the best stuff and has the best beat and really kind of helps you get over the breakup really easy, 'cause you sing about it and have to think about it every night but then you're like, 'It's okay! I'm performing now so it's totally fine.' You get over it and it's like a therapeutic way to get over it."

Spears, who's now dating lawyer David Lucado, announced her "Britney: Piece of Me" Vegas show on Good Morning America on Tuesday but admitted that things didn't go smoothly as she flew on a helicopter to a remote location in the desert to make the announcement.

The singer got sick as what was supposed to be a 10 to 15 minute ride turned into 50 minutes spent circling over the location.

"I'm a horrible flyer and then at one point we couldn't circle anymore," she said. "We had to stay in one place so we could shoot the people [who were on the ground holding cards to make a giant picture of Spears] and the helicopter kept dropping and going lower. I just got really, really nauseated, and I thought I was going to throw up on everybody. It was really embarrassing! I was like, 'Oh God, you've got to get me on the ground now!' "

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