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Britney 'Spending Thousands' On Music Lessons For Son: 'He'll Be Bigger Than Bieber'

Britney Spears is putting her son Jayden through piano lessons because has learned exclusively she thinks he’s destined to be the next Liberace.

“The boy’s got real musical potential,” an insider told “She’s pouring thousands of dollars into private lessons and even bought him a grand piano to practice on.”

Spears is busy trying to show what a loving and supportive mother she is, especially in light of her ongoing child support feud with ex Kevin Federline, father of both Jayden and his older brother, Sean.

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The “Toxic” singer is said to be especially fearful that the boys could be yanked from her protection at any time, after any slip-up, so she’s encouraging them to foster their talents.

“She wants Jayden to perform on stage when he feels ready,” the insider added. “Britney’s convinced he’s a virtuoso and could be another Liberace and become even bigger than Justin Bieber.

The pop star mama has even helped Jayden land a manager and is helping him with a demo tape so he can land a lucrative record deal.

“He’s only 12 but she’s just blown away by his talent,” the source confessed.

Meanwhile, elder son Sean, 13, is bypassing the musical route in favor of a more athletic track. 

“(Sean) loves tackle football and could wind up in the NFL if Britney has her way.”

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