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  1. I'd like to be excited for this documentary, but the skeptic in me makes me think it will bring nothing new to the table, and will be a rehash of the 2007 drama, and the other stuff we already know, but they will take an hour or more to say it, with mysterious and creepy music playing in the background. But I hope I'm wrong and they will unearth some new information. Or at least familiarise the GP with the lesser known facts. But I wouldn't expect anything groundbreaking or really in-depth
  2. I was literally just coming back here to add it to my post How could I forget it, I probably forgot it was not the original version for a moment
  3. Recently someone posted a video of a guy reacting to Britney's songs for the first time and it made me again appreciate certain elements of her songs that I got used to over time, like the powerful choir-like backing vocals in BOMT. I'd like to listen to some of her songs in slightly different versions where such parts are accentuated or even new instruments are layered on top of the rest of the song. Kind of like the live versions, e.g. the 1999 BOMT remix, or the 2000s Oops one with the electric guitars. Generally anything where the remix works off of the original song, adding more oomph to it, instead of messing with the pitch of her vocals or changing the instrumental completely. Do you have any recommendations? Some examples from me that kind of achieve the effect I'm talking about:
  4. I still blame the outfit. It would not be a good idea even for the prime-iest of Primeney. The hair didn't help either and as others have stated, even the messy ponytail makes a huge difference. Had it not been for the outfit, the performance would still have been lacklustre, but it would be way more forgettable. I don't get who thought it was a good idea and of all the things that 'just did not work' and had to be scrapped last minute, it was not that outfit...
  5. Okay, so this is not a terrible idea. Recently there has been a trend with colouring books for adults. And then there's nostalgia. So I can see millennials buying this. I'd even buy it, if not for the conservatorship, and the fact that they chose that one tired picture for the cover, and it looks like a lazy cash grab in general.
  6. One thing I still don't get to this day is... no matter if the songs were written by her or someone else wrote them for her, why would her label and the whole team approve those songs? She's singing that she's overprotected and the people who control her every move are fine with that? Or was it supposed to be relatable to the teenage demographic, like omg my parents are so overprotective, let me live. But if that's the case, it's even more eerie...
  7. I've heard it was because Radar was already released as a single and the contract stated that all singles should have their music videos. She could not promote it due to the personal stuff happening at the time, so they filmed the music video in the next era to fulfil that contractual obligation. Not sure how accurate this explanation is, though.
  8. Right-wingers act like political correctness and cancel culture are something new and inherently left-wing whereas if Britney suffered from public scrutiny and outrage it was entirely from a conservative point of view. All the creepy virgin questions, sl**-shaming and ***ism she was subjected to. I don't think it can get worse than that.
  9. Ah, right. I didn't notice that weirdly placed text (how convenient by the way) and was actually wondering how they were going to spin it as speculation. But now I get it. Sneaky
  10. Also why does it say MARRIED IN HAWAII in huge letters if she supposedly only proposed?
  11. She definitely does not post herself. But whether the stuff we get to see is really coming from her and is simply uploaded on their behalf or rather completely made up by team con? That's where I'm not sure. I'd like to believe it's not her honestly but given that we saw some videos where she said those things herself (skinny as a needle, etc.) I'm leaning toward it being mostly her but edited or arranged in a way that suits a certain narrative.
  12. Has any blind item ever stated anything specific that hadn't been speculated before? If so, did it turn out to be true? I'm asking seriously because I don't follow it, only when someone posts it here and it's always things we already suspect might be true
  13. I don't know anything about American justice system but the fact that she went there personally makes me think she is taking matters in her own hands. Like she making sure whatever she wants to do is being done, rather than letting other people do it for her and risking being deceived by them. So I guess it's a good sign?
  14. I was 'GP' at that time and I knew she had an album release only because my friend (who happens to be gay) told me about it. Otherwise I was only aware of the personal issues, VMA and the Gimme More video.
  15. I misread the title of this post and thought this would be Britney's brother
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