Spears comeback sparks TV row

Britney Spears has sparked a feud among US television network executives over her forthcoming comeback performance.

The singer has reportedly signed on to sing live in New York's Bryant Park on US TV show 'Good Morning America' (GMA) to promote her forthcoming 'Circus' album and single, 'Womanizer'.

And according to the New York Post, executives at rival networks are "fuming" the show has landed Spears.

A source tells the newspaper: "Everybody wanted her - she was the big get - but GMA and ABC out-foxed the (rival morning show) Today and NBC."

Spears has reportedly not yet decided whether she will do an interview during her GMA slot. She is set to take the stage on December 2.

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