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It was a very big year for Britney Spears, who’s been named one of PEOPLE’s 25 Most Intriguing People of 2012. For starters, Forbes put the pop star at the top of its list of the top-earning female musicians (with $58 million), and her new single with will.i.am, “Scream & Shout,” went to No. 1 in 17 countries.
She even took on Simon Cowell, along with the contestants – and any critics – as a judge on The X Factor. After settling into the Fox reality show – whose two-hour finale airs Thursday night – she developed her own signature sound bite: “Amazing.”
Now Britney tells PEOPLE the top three things that made her 2012 “amazing.”
1. Her career
“It’s no secret I’m a shy person,” Spears tells PEOPLE. “I feel doing this show over the past year has allowed me to come out of my shell a lot more. Everyone on the show has been amazing and made me feel really comfortable.”
2. Her sons Preston, 7 and Jayden, 6
“It’s really amazing to see how quickly my boys are growing up,” she says. “It seems like yesterday I was reading books to them at night. Now I sit and listen to them read me books!”
3. Her fiancé Jason Trawick, 41
“It amazes me that no matter what situation I’m in,” says Spears, “Jason has the ability to always make me feel protected and loved.”
Britney Spears voted as the Billboard’s Sexiest Woman in Music of 2012. Britney won with an overwhelming 45% of the votes!
Not surprise.. oops! :P
The ladies in line behind Britney were Lady Gaga, with 12% of the vote, and Beyonce, with 8%. See which female pop stars made the top 10, and how close the results were, in Billboard’s Music’s Sexiest Women gallery.
Happy Easter everyone! God Bless y’all!!
Happy Easter everyone…hope y’all have a wonderful day celebrating with family, egg hunts, and other fun things! Xxoo
Check out a short clip of Britney wishing y’all a Happy New Year (skip at 00.10)