Britney's New Prerogative: Decorating

By | November 6, 2004 at 12:00 AM

What fresh hell hath the Internet wrought this week?

Why, it’s another letter from Britney Spears.

Fresh off a Fiji honeymoon with hubby Kevin Federline, the pop tart posted a sequel to her “letter of truth”, discussing everything from taking a time-out from her musical career, her desire to become a mommy, her enrollment in art classes and how she can’t wait to start decorating her new digs.

“I’m just getting back from my honeymoon and it was absolutely breathtaking,” Spears gushes as the letter begins. “This is the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.”

In the latest dispatch, posted Thursday on her official Website, BritneySpears.com, Spears says she is psyched about leaving behind her busy touring schedule and looking forward to a more domestic life.

“I can actually enjoy and reflect on my success at this point in my life,” the singer says. “I may be disappointing some fans out there, but I don’t think I’ll do another tour for a couple of years.”

Perhaps Spears has been feeling so reflective of late because of her marriage, or her impending birthday-she turns 23 on Dec. 2. Or maybe it’s because her Greatest Hits album, covering her extensive, four-album career, comes out next Tuesday. The disc also features her new single, a version of Bobby Brown’s “My Prerogative.”

Reflection aside, Spears seems most animated when waxing exclamatory about her new favorite hobbies: decorating and art, y’all!

“I’m redecorating a lot of things because when we decide to start a family, everything in it needs to be perfecto! I love decorating; it’s very therapeutic for me. I believe your house is a reflection of yourself, so I want everything in mine to be exquisite,” says Spears, who certainly has a big enough house to try out all her newfound interior design ideas-she and Federline recently settled in a $6.9 million Malibu mansion.

“My new hobby is experimenting with all different types of art lessons,” she continues. “It’s always been a passion of mine. Maybe I’ll even do my sister’s makeup next year for big events.”

Spears also echoed sentiments from her first Web missive about wanting to let someone else dominate tabloid covers as as she attempts to stay out of the spotlight this year.

“I am having fun again reading all the magazines that I enjoy (mainly because I am not on them),” she says. “At this point and time, what I want is not my face on every cover, but someone else’s instead.”

Deeper into her latest 630-word manifesto-which is only available to diehards willing to shell out $25 to join her fan club-Spears hinted that she may be getting out of the biz as a performer. What she really wants to do is direct…someone else’s career, that is.

“I really want to help other people achieve their dreams and possibly even develop new artists,” she writes. “Everything is in the very beginning stages and it feels great to just think about different opportunities that I am interested in pursuing.”

Among those possibilities? Kids, says the “In The Zone” singer (who, if you believe the Spears-obsessed tabloids, may already be with child).

“I am going to be focusing on three main areas of my life for the immediate future. Myself, my husband, Kevin, and starting a family.”

Until then, Spears says she will stay busy reading the very tabs she says she hates being in.

“I can’t wait to read what they say this week…He He!”

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