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This Day in Pop: Britney Spears at the Teen Choice Awards in 1999 (August 01)

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On August 1, 1999, Britney Spears attended the Teen Choice Awards at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. She performed a medley of Sometimes and (You Drive Me) Crazy.



She won some awards, and was nominated to other categories that she lost:

  • Choice Female Artist: lost to Brandy
  • Choice Music Single: ...Baby One More Time
  • Choice Music Album: ...Baby One More Time
  • Choice Breakout Artist: lost to 98 Degrees
  • Choice Music Video: lost to Backstreet Boys' All I Have to Give
  • Choice Female Hottie: lost to Jennifer Love Hewitt



(picture from the rehearsals)











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ugh such an iconic performance.

the sometimes vocals :mcry_mariah_carey_proud_beaming:

iconic outfits too!

I'll never forget being excited ALL day for this awards show and rushing home and making my family leave me alone so I could watch it in peace lol. I recorded it with a VHS so I could try to memorize the choreo or course.

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