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Britney Spears, the wholesome princess of pop, and queen of semiconductor physics is not the harmless little lamb we all took her for.

It seems young Britney rather put her foot in it at a recent show when she failed to notice that her microphone was switched on and let rip with a barrage of rude words.

She was to perform infront of 170,000 fans at her concert in Rio.

She screamed abuse at her managers after the support band finished its set. In between bands the venue is expected to play some music to keep the atmosphere going known, apparently, as "vamping."

Who would have thought that such a sweet lookin' lass would even know of such profanities as "shit" and "fucking" hell?

Happily, the whole tirade was recorded and is available for download on Napster, but if you can't wait to hear it, here is a snippet:

"Don't tell me they are just letting the audience just fucking stand out there like that...they told me they were gonna do a vamp. Oh shit...I thought they were gonna fucking vamp. This is retarded."

Well well. Add this to reports of £8000 bar bills in Germany and suddenly the squeaky-clean image ain't looking so clean. Good on you Britney, we at El Reg salute you, you foul mouthed piss-head. ®

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You can hear Britney's outburst at Napster or on BritneySpears.org.

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