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According to TMZ, the iconic pop singer is reportedly in "serious talks" to have Nicki Minaj replace Enrique Iglesias as her opening act. While nothing has been set in stone, lawyers are currently ironing out the details and are said to be reaching an agreement in the next few days.
The tour is scheduled to begin on June 17 in Sacramento, Calif., and will continue around the country through the summer. During the trek, Britney and Nicki would make pit stops in Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami, Detroit and Boston before wrapping up the jaunt at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on August 13.
The troubled star recently made headlines with her tour after former opening act Iglesias pulled out mere hours after its announcement.
Nicki is currently on the road as one of the opening acts on Lil Wayne's I Am Music II tour, which also features performances from Rick Ross and Travis Barker. The North American venture kicked off at Buffalo's HSBC Arena on March 18, and will continue through April before finishing at East Rutherford's Bamboozle Festival on May 1.
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