Britney Turns Down $10 Million Offer to Do "The X Factor"? What Else Has She Been Up to Lately?

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Did Britney Spears reject the $10 million offer for "X Factor"?

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Did Britney Spears reject the $10 million offer for "X Factor"?

Rumors have been floating around for awhile now about who the latest judge of the "X Factor" is going to be ever since Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger were booted from the show along with host Steve Jones. Katy Perry and Fergie are just two of the ladies said to be potential candidates. Now the word is out that Britney Spears has rejected a $10 million offer to appear on the show and instead reportedly wants $20 million instead. The songstress is said to be considering becoming a resident performer in Las Vegas. Other than turning down boatloads of cash, what else has she been up to lately?

Sexual harassment case

In early March 2012, Brit Brit settled a sexual harassment lawsuit with a former bodyguard who worked with her from February to July 2010. Fernando Flores reportedly claims the blonde flashed him and invited him into her bedroom while she was naked all in an effort to seduce him. A settlement was reached out of court; he was seeking $10 million for the alleged psychological damages he dealt with as a result of her unwanted advances.

Selling her home

Although she reportedly bought her five bedroom, six bathroom home for $6.75 million in 2007, the beauty is now selling it for $2.995 million - an incredible drop of $3.7 million. Ouch! If you can shell out that kind of money, the Beverly Hills home comes with a pool and a spa. The property is listed as a probate sale and the purchase will have to be approved by a court.

Collaboration with Nicki Minaj

Could it be? A collaboration with her former bright-haired tour mate? Rumors are that Britney might make an appearance on Nicki's song "Masquerade" on her soon-to-be released album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded. What do you think about the two teaming up again?

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