Britney Spears partners with NYC Glace for a special cause

Britney Spears has always been a fan of coffee and desserts, so she's collaborating with a local NYC shop for a worthy cause.

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On top of her multi-platinum fame, Britney Spears is a strong ally for the LGBTQA Community and other humane organizations. For Valentine's Day, which is a day commemorating all love spectrums, Britney partnered with the NYC-based ice cream and dessert shop Glace by Noglu to create an exclusive hot chocolate treat. 20% of the profits will benefit the Trevor Project, a nonprofit that prevents suicide and offers hope to LGBTQA youth.

As for that hot chocolate treat that the pop star and Glace created, it's called the "Britney Brûlée." It's steaming hot chocolate infused with mocha coffee, a scoop of vanilla chantilly cream, and boarded with toasted marshmallow fluff, a must for hot chocolate. The drink is finished with a sweet cremé brûlé wafer and topped with Britney's signature "B" in mocha powder.

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The drink's an up-tier of Glace's infamous s'mores hot chocolates and its first espresso introduction.

It's a treat that will warm you up on a cold day, and warming your heart. But you must hurry! The specialty is only available until February 18th and can be yours for $14.

Britney shared her collaboration news on her Instagram on Tuesday, a day before the "Britney Brûlée" officially launched. In return, Glace posted an ad with the drink and gave it a 90s Britney aesthetic,

Additionally, Britney shared a statement with the outlet People as she celebrates her delicious creation with the local business.

"I was scrolling on Instagram, and I came across the Glace hot chocolates, and I lost my mind!" the "Baby, One More Time" singer shares. "New York has always been a really special place for me, and when I discovered Glace, I knew I wanted to do something special with them and with a local business in N.Y.C! I can't wait for you to try what we created together."

2024 has started off great for Britney. Her memoir, "The Woman In Me," broke sales records in January. It has sold over two million copies since its October 2023 launch and continues to rise on the Bestsellers Chart. In the book itself, Britney dropped major life highlights, including her rise to fame, her thirteen-year conservatorship, and the heartbreaking loss she experienced.

On February 15th, Britney's 2002 coming-of-age drama Crossroads entered Netflix's movie catalog, making it available for streaming for the first time.

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