Israeli party postpones elections due to Britney Spears gig

Posted April 06, 2017

The singer is due to play a concert in the country on July 3, the same day as the primary for the Israeli Labour Party.

Britney Spears is massively popular.

So far, only dates in the Phillippines, Japan and Israel have been revealed, causing the Israeli elections to be moved to July 4.

Rather it is because the Spears concert appears to have cornered the market in security guards and ushers, leaving Labour unable to find staff to secure its election event as well as concern over heavy traffic anticipated from those attending her gig.

Apparently, Israeli democracy just can not compete with Britney's first non-U.S. tour since 2011, or her first ever concert in Israel.

The site reports that the decision was made in order to "make it easier" for party members to reach polling stations.

If you're surprised-come on, folks, it's Britney's first non-U.S. tour since 2011.

Spears is taking a break from her Las Vegas residency to tour the globe this summer, hitting South East Asia, Tel Aviv and the Philippines, which came as a gift to some fans who couldn't make it all the way to Sin City.

Britney Spears is making sure to obtain and maintain that "hot body" she describes in her 2013 hit "Work B-tch" Recently, the 35-year-old mother of two has been hitting the gym hardcore, posting her fitness endeavors for fans.