After weeks of speculation, an entertainment group has confirmed it is in talks to bring Britney Spears to Las Vegas for a recurring gig at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
Caesars Entertainment Spokeswoman Emily Wofford said on Friday the company is in negotiations to install the pop princess on the Las Vegas Strip in a long-term residency deal.
The 31-year-old "Toxic" singer stoked rumours last week with a cryptic Twitter post including "(hashtag) Viva Las Vegas".
The former teen idol has been in a transition period of late.
Spears left her judging job on the US version of The X Factor in January after just one season, telling fans she wanted to re-focus on her own music.
The same month she announced she had ended her year-long engagement with manager Jason Trawick.
Spears has two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James, with ex-husband Kevin Federline.
Caesars Entertainment currently is promoting residencies by singers Cee Lo Green at Planet Hollywood and Shania Twain at Caesars Palace.
Other performers to have success with long-term Vegas show deals include Celine Dion and Rod Stewart.