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  1. Yeah Britney is in a very unique position where it's now completely unknown whether she was contractually able to show genuine support or not to certain artists even over the last decade. Not sure you can say that for any other mainstream artist Completely agree on the last sentence. Those that stay silent (especially those who have gone out of their way to wrong her in the past), and even those that speak out once this starts to gain even more mainstream traction, are very much permanently in my bad books
  2. Self-explanatory. It's great to see Christina, Iggy etc support Britney in the last few days - a lot of respect to them for doing so. Feels like there's a lot more that need to come though, especially those that have done Britney wrong over the years One that comes to mind is Conan O'Brien. This video of him and one of his sidekicks slamming Britney when she was at her most vulnerable is disgusting, to say the least Many other public names come to mind over the years too, including Jon Stewart and of course Jay Leno. What other names come to mind for you?
  3. Aus media is on it https://celebrity.nine.com.au/latest/britney-spears-court-appearance-conservatorship-hearing/b55a9a01-3d11-4c63-a818-e21757552ea4?ocid=social-today
  4. Not gonna lie, even before I learned tracks like 'Rock Your Body' were MJ rejects, I didn't think of JT as that much of an original artist. Definitely didn't 'make his mark' on pop, like I think artists like Mariah, Janet, Britney, Gaga, hell even Ed Sheeran did, in regards to when I was growing up Once I learned songs like 'Rock Your Body' were in fact songs that MJ scrapped, though - a lot of particular artistic respect kinda gone from JT, even if I didn't have much before
  5. Thought I'd bump this. Coming from a straight male perspective - he's a pig. In interviews I've watched, both from the Justified era and from recent times - he seems to me like he's always tried to play nice guy, but no matter what, comes across as a male apologist, and always plays innocent to the fellow man. For instance, I came across a podcast the other day (channel is called "Q&E Podcast" - check it out), which defended Timberlake for writing "Cry Me A River" because 'Brit cheated on him', even though it's already well known that Justin cheated on Brit in the first place, while the podcast completely ignored many of the misogynistic interviews that happened at the time For the last few years, Justin has always struck me as a guy that tries to reach for the public appreciation when it comes to persona, rather than coming from a genuine point of view. Yes, I understand it's hard to find a male artist that's completely squeaky clean, and Justin's persona *might* be a lot better than a lot of male artists out there - that said, why has Justin still gone under the radar right up until now? I'd argue, even since the 'Framing' documentary has come out, his reputation has barely been hurt. Since 'Framing' has been released, some of my mates have still taken the Justin side of the argument. What is it about Justin that makes his side of the story so persuasive?
  6. Hi, first post Guilty for me, I stan that track more than most released Brit songs 😍😂
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