Los Angeles, Jan 9 (IANS) Singer Britney Spears, whose contract with "The X Factor" reportedly won't be renewed, is said to have instructed her management team to find her a recurring role in a sitcom."Britney's manager, Larry Rudolph, is reading television scripts that the singer could accept. Britney's dad, Jamie feels that having his daughter on a sitcom would be a good fit for her," radaronline.com quoted a source as saying.Britney needs to be kept busy and a structured environment such as a television sitcom would be a natural fit for her."There is also a possibility that Britney could get her own television sitcom, but that appears to be more of a long shot. She actually has very natural comedic talents and is very funny," said the source.According to sources, Spears would not be returning to "The X Factor" after recently completing her one-year contract as a judge alongside Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and L.A. Reid."Britney, who was signed on a one-year deal, is the first person who will be expected to have her salary chopped. She is on a $15 million contract.Meanwhile, she is reportedly still struggling to resolve her differences with fiance Jason Trawick, 41. The couple are said to be sleeping in different rooms."Britney and Jason aren't sleeping in the same bedroom and have not been for some time. It's extremely complicated because he is one of her conservators. It's only a matter of time until they formally break-up," said another source.
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