Britney Spears cuts the ribbon at Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Britney Spears Campus.

Seen Around Town: Britney Hits the Club, Gives Back to Community

As her residency at Planet Hollywood comes to an end, Spears makes the most of these last few months in Las Vegas.

You’re going to miss Britney Spears when she leaves Las Vegas. You might not think so today, and maybe not tomorrow, but when 2018 arrives and we’re fresh out of Britney sightings, you’re going to wonder how it all slipped away.

On November 2, Britney hit up Omnia Nightclub at Caesars Palace, hanging around the VIP section of the Heart of Omnia ultra-lounge with a group of backup dancers, as well as her brother, Bryan, and boyfriend, Sam Asghari.

We’re told Britney arrived at about 11 p.m., which is early in Las Vegas, but remember that she’s 35 now with two kids and a headlining gig at Planet Hollywood. She can’t be out at the club all night like some 30-year-old.

To prove just how responsible she’s become in her grown up years, Britney attended Saturday’s ribbon cutting and dedication of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Britney Spears Campus on Sunset Road near Green Valley Parkway.

The facility is home to over 45 programs and services for children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses as well as healing arts and wellness services for adults touched by cancer according to the NCCF, and was funded in part through a $1 million donation from the singer.

That’s some real love for Las Vegas right there. Proud of you Britney.

We’ll keep our fingers crossed that Spears will someday return for another lengthy Strip residency, but until that announcement comes, your time is running out to see her at Planet Hollywood’s AXIS theater. Her final five performances are scheduled December 19-31.