'Toxic' Touch-Up? Britney Spears Spends Big Bucks On Total Body Makeover

Britney Spears On Plastic Surgery Spree Before Her Wedding Day
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Jun. 15 2017, Published 10:05 a.m. ET

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Britney Spears On Plastic Surgery Spree Before Her Wedding Day
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Bride-to-be Britney Spears is going on a plastic surgery shopping spree that could cost upwards of $25,000 and prepare her for her next album — wedding album, that is! Click through our gallery to learn what she plans to touch up.

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A source close to the 35-year-old told, "Brit's hunting down the best surgeon in the U.S. to give her a full, but subtle, face-lift," ahead of her planned nuptials to Sam Asghari, 23.

"Britney is doing everything she can to keep her youth, because she knows that Sam is much, much younger than her and she will do anything to make this work," a source told

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"She's always battling acne, so she's going to have her skin lasered to smooth out any acne scars," the source claimed. "She'll also have the lines in her neck smoothed out."

As reported, the "Toxic" singer plans on popping the question to her boy toy back-up dancer Asghari, and they are expected to tie the knot before her Las Vegas residency concludes at the end of the year.

"The wedding will be butterfly-themed, and monarchs will be released when they exchange vows," a source said.

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