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  1. I agree! This performance, although often praised with many views on YT, has always rubbed me the wrong way I believe this was her first televised performance of the ITZ era (aside from the VMAs) and she was trying a new look, basically, that's goal was to depart from the last era's image. Especially since the charts had completely transitioned out of teen pop to more rock and hip hop influence People in this thread already mentioned main differences, which had Britney holding her mic and had her play out a different gender / ***uality role in the performance, which to me, just didn't work for her The Stronger AMA performance gives me the same vibes Bottom line, it looked like they were trying too hard
  2. Oh! Someone mentioned unsolved mysteries. I enjoyed scaring myself watching Lifetime's daytime reruns of this as a kid haha
  3. My top 3 that I was nearly religious about as a kid (and that I believe still hold up without the nostalgia goggles) were Alex Mack, Hey Arnold, and Rugrats, which all aired on Nickelodeon in the 90s
  4. I think the song Gimme More was pretty popular. I was a senior in high school we were learning basic dances and we're assigned groups to come up with their own routine and I believe one group did gimme more. I remember hearing the album playing in the background as they were talking (My group danced to The Way I Are by Timbaland )
  5. I think the town historical center has a Britney section with memorabilia, which might be worth researching and checking out If it's still active, it's probably a good idea to call the facility ahead to get the hours or schedule an appointment
  6. This was a funny skit. Britney's a great actress. I remember watching this and being surprised how "mean" Britney was 😂
  7. Britney comes from a time when pop stars didn't curse, which is a bit of an antiquated idea in today's standards
  8. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction would be ideal, complete with a wardrobe reveal
  9. Total Britney Live in 2000! I was 10 at the time and remember recording the special on VHS because I had to go to church 😆 I watched that tape over and over again that summer too
  10. I like the idea of honoring the bridges of pop songs! It's nice that HIAM's mainstream influence is recognized by Billboard. That style was a bit of a risk at the time, especially for a first single, but Britney brought it (I was half expecting a song like Oops, which has a dramatic bridge that ends on that held high note and overlaps the chorus at the end - I think called a polyphony - which was a style unique to Max Martin at the time)
  11. If I remember correctly, Stupid Girls was specifically aimed at Jessica Simpson and Paris Hilton. I don't think the "Don't Let Me Get Me" line was meant as an insult. I guess she thought she was being compared to Britney by the media and maybe her management, at the time. Or, it could have been a simple name drop haha. I loved the Misundastood album
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