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‘Blackout’ Photographer Ellen von Unwerth Shares New Godney Outtake


Jordan Miller

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Britney's Blackout is the album that keeps on giving.



The album turned 10-years-old this week, and the industry is celebrating the Pop Bible in the best ways. MTV says the record "reinvented pop music," Facebook created a Blackout filter for fans to change their profile photos and photographer Ellen von Unwerth, the mastermind behind Britney's eerily stunning Blackout album photoshoot, is sharing a couple of never-before-seen photos of the pop star in her element.

The latest outtake to break the Internet? Britney biting a cross(!!!). It's an epic shot taken from her pictorial alongside the priest with devilish good looks. It's a striking image, probably one of the most powerful photos she's ever taken. Blackout is such a gem, and Unwerth is sitting on a treasure trove of images that'll likely never see the light of day. Such a shame, but we'll take what we can get.

Peep the new-ish image below and show Unwerth some love on the gram:


From our shoot for #blackout10 album with gorgeously talented @britneyspears styling @patti_wilson

A post shared by Ellen von Unwerth (@ellenvonunwerth) on



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