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Britney Spears is continuing to indulge herself now that she's free of her 13-year conservatorship, and her most recent outing brought tears to her eyes.

Taking to Instagram on Thursday, Britney opened up about having a magical dining experience at a "very nice place in Los Angeles."

"I didn't have any expectations at all because I haven't been out in a while," she admitted, but she was blown away by the experience.  "It was absolutely beautiful," she declared.  "I looked up and it was a glass roof, I could see the stars."

The singer took a beat to rave about the "girly" and "beautiful" women's restrooms before going into detail about her fine dining experience.  Britney revealed that restaurant is where she was finally able to enjoy a glass of red wine, her first in 13 years, which was a profound moment for her.

"I felt more sexy in that restaurant than I ever have in my entire life ... Then I look up at the stars.  Wow, is this what I've been missing???," she wrote, adding that the second course -- which she described as a "crunchy sushi with a sweet sauce" -- brought her to tears.  "It made me want to cry, so I did !!! I cried over food in this beautiful restaurant ... I couldn't believe what I was experiencing."

"I will say it was one of the most magical experiences of my life and I will never forget it," Britney added, but declined to reveal the name of the institution.  However, she did provide fans a quick glimpse at the fancy place when sharing a video of her cracking open her dessert, a chocolate tower, with the side of her spoon.

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Harry Styles is seeing a lot of green, and it's not because it's the holidays.  Billboard reports that the "Adore You" singer is rolling in the money -- $95 million to be exact -- from his Love on Tour.

Harry wrapped his 42-stop outing November 28, on which he sold over 719,000 tickets in the U.S., adding a lush $94.7 million to his bank account.  Billboard further estimates he sold about 17,100 tickets per show, which earned him roughly $2.25 million a night.

These numbers eclipse his first headlining tour, Harry Styles: Live on Tour, which ran for 80 dates and grossed $63 million.

New York City earned Harry the most money on his latest tour.  A five-night run at Madison Square Garden moved over 93,000 tickets, earning Harry $13.8 million.  He also enjoyed a strong showing in Los Angeles after selling more than 50,000 tickets across his three show-stay at The Forum.  That put an extra $6.6 million in his pockets.

Billboard estimates Harry's stops in Nashville, Atlanta and Chicago raked in $4 million each. His final bow at Long Island's UBS Arena was his highest-grossing single-night concert, selling more than $3.2 million in tickets.

The British singer is next set to take over the Capital One Beach Bash on December 30 at South Beach, Florida's Lummus Park.  The show is free, but tickets must be reserved in advance starting Tuesday, December 21 on the Orange Bowl's website.  

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Justin Bieber hasn't toured in nearly five years. So to make it up to his fans, he announced a blitz of new dates Monday for his long-awaited Justice world tour.  His global trek has ballooned to almost 100 dates before it wraps up in 2023.

In all, the "Peaches" singer plans to visit over 20 countries when his tour launches on February 18, 2022 at the Pechanga Arena San Diego in California.  

Justin's 52-date North American leg of the tour wraps June 24, with a final show planned in Milwaukee.  After that, he'll hit the pause button and recharge for the whole month of July before crossing the pond to resume operations in Europe, starting with an August 3 performance in Denmark.

Justin also has pit stops planned in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, Israel, Australia and New Zealand.  He'll release dates for his Asian and Middle Eastern tour dates at a later time.

Tickets for Justin's tour can be purchased on his official website

Justin's tour was initially scheduled for last year, in support of his 2020 album, Changes, but was later pushed back to this summer before ultimately being rescheduled to 2022.  It was renamed the Justice world tour in celebration of his most recent album.

The Grammy winner's last outing was his Purpose world tour, which ran from 2016 to 2017.

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The Weeknd and Angelina Jolie were spotted out having dinner together again over the weekend.

In photos obtained by British tabloid The Daily Mail, the two were seen Saturday at Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Santa Monica, California. They reportedly spent over two hours in a private section of the restaurant, before leaving together in the same vehicle.

It's not the first time the 31-year-old singer and the 46-year-old actress have enjoyed each other's company. They were previously seen grabbing dinner together at the same restaurant back in June, and attending the same concert in July.

Their outings have sparked questions about the nature of their relationship -- are they dating, just friends or working on a project together?

The Weeknd has been getting into more TV and film projects as of late, and sources speculate that he and Jolie could be meeting for business, not pleasure. But if you'll remember, The Weeknd also once referenced Angelina in his song "Party Monster," with the lyrics describing a beautiful woman as having "lips like Angelina."

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