Play by play Britney, because you know you just can't get enough.
--She arrived via private jet in Miami around 4pm Sunday from Orlando, and after a wild paparazzi car chase through South Miami, she hit South Beach for some shopping with her girls. They hit stores around 8th and Collins.
---Spears arrived at Mansion at 5pm for a sound check, chilling out in her dressing room and getting ready for her show, which was apparently a newer version of her previous "shows" in that the other shows featured no costume changes.
--Spears's dressing room was filled with white roses, vanilla candles, a cookie and fruit plate, apple juice, Diet Cokes and sugar free Red Bull--per her request. Also, as we noted before, two corsets from Frederick's of Hollywood, again, per her request.
--Spears sat quietly in the dressing room--the space where Prince used to entertain throngs of women when Mansion was known as Glam Slam--where she put pictures of her kids around her and sipped Red Bull and apple juice while watching the crowd get psyched up below.
--According to a source, "Britney seemed lonely."
--She sported a thick black headband to cover up her hair extensions. After the show, she went back to The Four Seasons to get her extensions trimmed because she thought they were too long.
--Spears went back to Mansion for a bit, around 2:15, sporting a red bandana print dress and black fedora and was flanked by her backup dancers. She sat at a VIP table for a bit and then moved on to SET.
-- Again, with backup dancers, Spears moved into the VIP room and settled down with several bottles of Grey Goose and champagne. Spears was doing shots. "Lots of them," says our source. Purple Hooter Shots, in fact---part vodka, Chambord and 7-Up.
--Spears requested the DJ play Bob Sinclair's World Hold On," Fergie's "Glamorous," and "anything by Nelly Furtado." Spears apparently has a thing for her.
--She also visited the private VIP bathroom several times. "Like 80 times," says one spy.
--Says one witness, "Spears was dancing around like a crazy lady. She is definitely back in the scene."
Photos by Joshua Prezant and Manny Hernandez/For the Miami Herald