Britney Spears has been performing in the entertainment industry since she stepped into the spotlight on Disney's Mickey Mouse Club at the age of 12. Still, even with a history of child stardom behind her, she's not sure if she wants her children following in her footsteps ... at least not at the level where they would experience her type of fame.
During an interview Thursday with The Cooper Lawrence Show at 106.1 BLI, the "Make Me" songstress, 34, got candid when she was asked whether her sons—Sean Preston, 10, and Jayden James, 9—had any desire to be in show business. "I don't know," she replied. "I think they think it's cool ... I think the magnitude of it and the fame thing, I don't think they've really comprehended what that would even be like. Hopefully they never will, because it's kind of much."
While she's had ups and very public downs during her career, though, Spears said she has "no regrets" that she pursued her dreams. And she's not slowing down just yet. In the midst of her Las Vegas residency, the pop superstar dropped her latest album Glory last week and is ready to take the music industry by storm again.