Britney, and her undies, coming to Denmark

Pop star and fashion icon will launch her new lingerie collection in Copenhagen later this month.

The US star Britney Spears will arrive in Denmark on September 25th for a special European launch show of her ‘Intimate Britney Spears’ brand.
She will appear at Forum for what promoters say will be “an unforgettable evening”. There will be live music from Danish pop stars Joey Moe and Ida Corr, while models – but not Spears herself – show off the wares on Denmark's longest catwalk and biggest big screen. There is also the promise of a performance from an unnamed "special guest", but it is unlikely to be Britney herself as the language clearly refers to a male. The pop star will give an interview on stage during the show, however.
Spears announced on Twitter she is also set for launch events in London, Germany, Poland and Norway. Dates have yet to be confirmed.
'Intimate Britney Spears’ has its US and Canada premiere on Tuesday at the NYC Public Library in New York where the pop icon will make a guest appearance.
The sleepwear was created and designed by Spears in conjunction with lingerie producers Change of Denmark. The collection features lingerie sets, bustiers, kimonos and night gowns.
Change has 170 stores across 11 countries and Britney is a co-owner of the label.
Clays Walther, Change's director, stated in a company press release: “It was actually Britney Spears who asked us if we could make a ‘brand’ together. In the beginning we didn't quite know which leg to stand on, but when she showed us her ideas, we were not in doubt anymore.”

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Danish health chief gives OK to lockdown love: ‘Sex is good. Sex is healthy’

Denmark's health chief has made it clear that Denmark's strict approach to social distancing does not extend to sex, either casual or in a steady relationship.

Danish health chief gives OK to lockdown love: 'Sex is good. Sex is healthy'
Søren Brostrøm puts some of Danes' worries to rest during Monday's press conference. Photo: Niels Christian Vilmann/Ritzau Scanpix
At a press conference on Monday, Søren Brostrøm, The Director General of the Danish Health Authority, said that even singles who have a relatively high number of different sexual partners should not feel inhibited by social distancing measures. 
“Sex is good. Sex is healthy. We are sexual beings, and of course you can have sex in this situation,” he said. “As with any other human contact, there is a risk of infection. But of course one must be able to have sex.” 
Coronavirus enters the respiratory tract by the inhalation of droplets, and is not spread via semen or vaginal fluid, but the physical closeness involved in sex clearly brings a risk of inhaling the virus. 
Kåre Mølbak, professional director at Denmark's SSI infectious diseases agency, said that the social distancing guidelines in Denmark should nonetheless not discourage either dating or full-blown sexual encounters. 
“I don't think there is a ban on meeting. That is only in relation to larger assemblies. So in that way, I think there is still the opportunity to have that kind of contact, and especially with a permanent partner,” he said.