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  1. sadly I bet she thinks that's the only thing that will work for her in the current landscape
  2. at least the older songs were kind of prerecorded-ish we know she can sing when she wants to, so I don't know why she doesn't dare
  3. On May 10, 2004, Britney Spears released Everytime, the third single off her In the Zone album. Recorded in November 2002, the ballad was co-written between Britney and former backup singer Annet Stamatelatos (now known as Annet Artani). Britney composed the melody, and the production was in charge of Guy Sigsworth. Everytime went #1 in the UK, Australia, Hungary, Scotland and Ireland, and was Top 5 in almost every other country it charted, including the US Mainstream Top 40, though it only peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song evokes a feeling of sadness through its lyrics, with which Britney is asking her lover to forgive her "... my weakness caused you pain and this song's my sorry". She also describes the suffering she goes through because of his absence with lyrics such as "I make-believe that you are here; it's the only way that I see clear". According to Annet in an interview for Muumuse, Britney and her forged a friendship after the Dream Within a Dream Tour ended in the summer of 2002. When she broke up with her boyfriend, she was supported by Britney, who had also gone through a very public breakup a few months prior. "Basically, we commiserated because she, at that time, had broken up with Justin [Timberlake]. Maybe like nine months before, but of course it was really fresh in the media. I was just breaking up with this guy, so we kind of like—I think we kind of needed each other." In October of that year, Britney Spears appeared at the Versace Fashion Show during the Milan Fashion Week. The house Annet mentions is Donatella Versace's, as Britney explained in this interview: Britney even mentions going back to L.A. to "record a little bit" after the fashion week. In the Muumuse interview, Annet suggests that the song was in a way a response to Justin Timberlake's infamous single Cry Me a River: However, in an interview for MTV, Britney denied these rumors, which existed even before the song came out, saying "You know, it's funny," she said. "I read that I wrote this song and I wrote these lyrics, and that's not my style. I would never do that." "Sometimes when I get kind of bored, I come behind here and play the piano. There's a piano in the hotel room, so I was really excited. I don't know what 'C' is or, like, all that, but I do my own thing." In an interview for Hip Online, when describing her involvement in the lyrical content of the album, Britney talked about Everytime and Guy Sigsworth as a producer: Britney performed the song several times on television shows, as well as various of her tours. The very first time, was at Saturday Night Live on October 18, 2003. She's performed it at her Onyx Hotel Tour, the Circus Starring Britney Spears and Britney: Piece of Me. Several remixes were released for the song, including the Hi-Bias Remix, the Valentin Remix, the Above & Beyond's Mix, among others. In 2018, Britney Spears received the Gold and Platinum songwriting credits award for Work *****, Everytime and Make Me... Last month, we celebrated the anniversary of the David LaChapelle-directed music video for the song, which was released on April 12:
  4. Mexican singer Thalia debuted her latest single Mojito at the Latin Grammy's special celebration "Ellas y su Música" which commemorates the achievements of female musicians in the Latin scene. The show was hosted by Thalia herself and Luis Fonsi. Along with the debut performance of Mojito, the latest single off her upcoming album desAMORfosis, she also performed a medley of hits that included Piel Morena (1995), Amor a la Mexicana (1997), No Me Acuerdo (2018), ¿A Quién le Importa? (2002) and Arrasando (2000). Other performers of the night were Alejandra Guzmán, Anitta, Ana Bárbara, Yuri, Gloria Estefan and many more. Related:
  5. it was a partnership they did with Uber to promote Pretty Girls when it came out. So I bet it was around this time when they were trying other people to do business with Uber too
  6. Thalia pregnant with her first daughter Sabrina Sakaë in 2007 Fey pregnant with her daughter Isabella in 2011 In 2010, a pregnant Paulina Rubio performing at the celebrations of the 200 years of the Independence of Mexico Then in 2015, she was performing while pregnant again (though she had still not confirmed it was the case)
  7. so I'm gonna add these Mexican singers, Mariana Ochoa and Lidia Ávila, members of OV7, which were both pregnant around the same time, TWICE lol and they kept touring almost until they were due, especially Mariana who was still performing literally just days before she gave birth It was also especially hard for them because the record label released the group when both of them were pregnant the first time, so they had to continue solo. Here in 2014, they released this music video when hey were both pregnant the first time (it was actually Lidia's second child, but her first-born daughter sadly passed away in 2009, at six months of age, due to a rare congenital condition). And then in 2015, they were touring along with their frenemy group, Kabah, and we can see them pregnant again on the DVD they released in 2015. They were still doing the full choreo and everything. They say they would just run to the side of the stage to throw up when they would get sick, and continue with the show They always had their doctors accompanying them at every date. In 2019, another member of the group, Erika Zaba got pregnant during the 90's Pop Tour. However, due to the high risk of her pregnancy, she couldn't do the same as her bandmates, and she had to step out of the tour due the doctor's recommendations. However, she did perform one time as a special guest As part of the 90's Pop Tour, Angie Taddei from the group JNS was also pregnant, and her pregnancy got captured in the second DVD they released in 2018:
  8. and the worst part it was all women criticizing her. She looked great
  9. In celebration of Mother's Day which is celebrated this weekend in most countries, let's make an appreciation thread of all the moms in music. Let's start with the Queen of Exhale, Britney Spears, who filmed the music video of Someday (I Will Undersand) while pregnant with her first son Sean Preston, in 2005. Almost 10 years later, in February 2015, Mexican band Maná released a collaboration with Shakira titled Mi Verdad. She was pregnant with her second son Sasha when filming the music video for the song, which was shot in late 2014. In 2011, we could also get a glimpse of Beyoncé while pregnant with her first daughter, the Grammy winner Blue Ivy Carter, in the music video for Countdown. Though the main focus of the thread is to show music videos or performances or photoshoots that singers have done while pregnant, feel free to congratulate all of your faves that are mothers, even if they didn't necessarily show it in a video or so, just by sharing pictures of them while pregnant or with their children. Even Britney, Shakira and Beyoncé have more we can share from these and their other pregnancies.
  10. well, COVID happened there's a lot of rumors, but the truth is they haven't said anything. The media are saying they got upset with M'balia because of her new relationship, then Kalimba sided with her, but it all sounds too stupid to be true. They are working on their biographical series though, produced by Salma Hayek but there's no release date for that. Mariana Ochoa is now working on a comedy series, so everyone is like doing their own thing until the COVID restrictions are lifted and they can announce the new tour dates
  11. tbh I'm really expecting to be disappointed unless it's a unique concert, I don't see OV7 being part of it, since they're now with another company, and they were planning their own tour for their 30th anniversary. Let alone special guests as mythical as Lynda. I guess they'll be the same line-up from the third leg (JNS, Mercurio, Magneto, Kabah, Calo, The Sacados) and MAYBE they convince Fey and Erick Rubín or something like that, since they were part of the virtual concerts of last year. I'm worried about OV7, they were the main act, but I don't see them coming back after their issues with BOBO. Hopefully they bring everyone back, since they're all in need after the pandemic
  12. @Midnight this is your chance though who knows what this project is really about maybe it's just a streamed concert, or maybe even the DVD from the last concerts with Kabah. OV7 better be there
  13. In a now removed post, the 90's Pop Tour has announced a press conference next week to talk about their comeback after the joint tour ended in 2019. The highly successful tour was made out of several acts from the Latin Pop scene of the 90's, such as OV7, JNS (previously known as Jeans), Fey, Kabah, Caló, The Sacados, among others. It started back in 2017 and it counted with a different line-up on each of its three phases. They toured mostly in Mexico, but they also had 13 concerts in the United States, and towards the end of the tour they visited some South American countries such as Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador. They released 3 live CD/DVD's which were high in sales and received several certifications in Mexico. After the tour ended, some virtual concerts were held in 2020 with a different variety of members of the tour, but it wasn't until this year that a proper comeback was teased. It's still unclear if it's gonna be a proper tour visiting several cities, or just a one-time virtual concert, since the COVID-19 restrictions haven't been lifted in Mexico. It could also be planned for 2022. The line-up is yet to be announced.
  14. Or maybe that's just her natural way of dancing. These are the songs she listened to when growing up, so probably that's how she danced to them since a little girl It's not just people with dementia, but most people will have stronger memories of older events while having a hard time retaining newer memories (i.e. forgetting what we ate this morning). I myself remember more events from my childhood, and then people tell me about stuff that supposedly happened a few years ago when I was in college and I have no recollection of it like
  15. I kinda remember now that I saw it, but then I found out it was part of a longer video posted by another channel, so I assumed it wasn't new footage, just kinda better quality
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