After Britney Spears slayed the MTV Video Music Awards stage with a fiery performance of "Make Me. . .," it was immediately clear that the pop star was in the midst of an epic career high. But while many people have been labeling it a "comeback," Britney disagrees. "I don't really see it as a comeback," she told Today host Natalie Morales about her new album, Glory. "I think I've never really left. I've always been here. So (it's) just like . . . maybe a reinvention of myself and just a different time in my life — a really good, glorious time." The singer also gave a glimpse into her relationship with her sons, Jayden and Sean, who tried to teach Britney and Natalie how to properly flowride at one of their favorite facilities in Las Vegas. Although the Carpool Karaoke star caught on pretty fast, Natalie's attempts were a little more GIF-able.
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