Britney Spears thinks her sons' DJ skills will give their father "a run for his money".
The 'Piece of Me' hitmaker recently gifted her sons - Sean, 11, and Jayden, 10 - with DJ sets and has quipped that they will give Kevin Federline some competition.
When asked if they like her music, she said: "Yes, but they have their own thing going on, they are very, very meticulous about what they listen to and what they want to hear.
"They've just got new DJ sets in their room so they are constantly ... they are really brilliant, really good. They'll give their dad a run for their money!"
And the 34-year-old actress also opened up about her new album 'Glory', which she says has been two years in the making.
She added: "It took me two years to make this and it's just been an amazing ride. I've spent really all my quality time and my heart into this, so it's very cool. It's very empowering this album."
Explaining the meaning behind her song 'Do You Wanna Come Over', she added: "It's leaving it to the imagination ... it's being very cheeky, like, 'Come over, let's hang out, let's see what happens, you know?'"
Meanwhile, the mother-of-two also opened up about her Las Vegas residency, revealing her body has started to get used to the energetic routines she is doing night after night.
Speaking to Rylan Clark-Neal on ITV's This Morning, she shared: "You know what, actually it's fine, I have three shows a week, I work every other six weeks, so it's kind of cool ...
"It's not like its tremendous on my body - and my body is actually kind of used to it after three years of doing this - it kind of knows."