Britney Spears mobbed at Western Wall ahead of Tel Aviv concert

Remigio Civitarese
Luglio 3, 2017

There has also been some chaos concerning a possible meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park will be packed with tens of thousands of pop-music loving fans tomorrow evening as Britney Spears takes the stage in Israel for the first time.

American pop star Britney Spears, who landed in Israel on Saturday evening ahead of her highly-anticipated concert in Tel Aviv, visited Jerusalem's Western Wall on Sunday.

The star, who had evaded yesterday the paparazzi who were waiting for her on the way out of the airport, arrived with her hair tied in a baseball cap, shorts, and a sports shirt.

Those close to Spears were furious over reports of the cancellation, saying that it was the Prime Minister's Office's fault, as it had rushed to put out a press release despite never receiving confirmation from the Spears camp that the meeting was to take place. Afterward, she was unable to make it to a dinner date with Netanyahu, his wife, Sara, and pediatric cancer patients from Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, the Ynet news site reported. Bus lines in Tel Aviv will also be increased.

Britney Spears herself preferred to go to the hotel in a Mercedes, while the rest of her crew made do with the van.

Prior to Israel, Spears had spent the last few weeks performing in Asia as part of her "Britney: Live in Concert tour". At the end of the heating, she preferred not to travel the beaches of Tel Aviv under the hot weather, and instead settled for her balcony overlooking the sea. But that force encountered problems during her travels because the Western Wall primarily is accessible by foot.

Tonight, more than 50,000 fans are expected to fill the park.

It is to be Spear's first performance in Israel.

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