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  1. Clairol joins forces with Britney Spears in an effort to sell more shampoo to teenagers.
  2. On July 18, 1999 Britney's (You Drive Me) Crazy music video premiered on MTV's Making The Video using the Stop! Remix. The video was directed by Nigel **** (...Baby One More Time & Oops...! I Did It Again) at the AES Power Station in Redondo Beach, California. Britney came up with the concept of the video stating that "it would be cool to be in a club, and we're dorky waitresses , and we break out and start dancing. To promote the film Drive Me Crazy (which changed its name to capitalize on the song) Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier were invited to make cameo appearances. Grenier declined at first, but was ultimately convinced by Nigel to appear in the music video. He went on to mention that Britney's a great girl and had great work ethic. The music video was featured on the end credits of the season 4 premiere of Sabrina the Teenage Witch in which Britney also guest starred. The music video debuted on TRL at #4 on August 24, 1999 and is the longest running by a female artist on TRL with 73 days in the top 10. The video was also nominated for Best Dance Video at the 2000 MTV VMA's, but lost to Jennifer Lopez's Waiting For Tonight. Happy 21st birthday to this iconic video that in my opinion is one of the best she’s ever filmed.
  3. On July 15, 206, Britney Spears released Make Me... as the lead single off her ninth studio album Glory. The track featured G-Eazy. It peaked at #17 on the BBH100 but hit the #1 spot on the Dance Club Songs chart.
  4. Breathe In. Breathe Out. is the fifth studio album by American singer Hilary Duff. It was released on June 12, 2015, by RCA Records. Duff began work on the album in January 2012, After being signed to RCA Records in 2014, she released the singles, "Chasing the Sun" and "All About You". but after RCA scrapping the songs and the album she recorded, she resumed the sessions in 2014 and 2015. Following the release of these two singles Duff recorded more songs in Sweden in February 2015, and released the album's lead single, "Sparks". Musically, Breathe In. Breathe Out. is a dance-pop record with EDM and folk-pop elements. The album received generally positive reviews from music critics, praising the album's production quality and the mix of genres on the record. The album debuted at number five on the Billboard 200 chart, making it her fifth top-five entry. But What About "This Heart"? “This Heart” is the album that Hilary Duff wanted as her music comeback back in 2014, sadly after signed with RCA it was cancel but leaked five years later. Hilary described the sound of this album in an interview for Pop Justice in 2014: Tracklist: This heart Chasing the sun Feel alive Outlaw All about you Tattoo (taking for BIBO) Wild night out If I fall Rebel hearts Carry on Brave heart Hurts Wherever we go Neighborhood Belong Night like this (Feat. Kendall Schmidt) It all stars tonight Picture this Unleaked Songs from This Heart (On Hilary's Vault): 17 Before the light changes Better days Breathing room Falling Northern star Snow globe Take it for what it is Tearing down walls When we were young Whistling dixie Where the gods play Celebrating 6th anniversary of Hilary's last album "Breathe In. Breathe Out". The Remastered Expanded Edition of This Heart its here. This unreleased album it's considered the best album of Hilary Duff by the fans. In various interviews, the singer showed that she was frustrated by this process of having to discard an entire album and record another. Producers: Billy Mann, Carl Falk, Christian Medice, David Hodges, Jake Gosling, Jerrod Bettis, Oligee, Sir Nolan, The Suspex, Tearce Kizzo, Toby Gad & Wayne Hector Writers: Ali Tamposi, Billy Mann, Carl Falk, Chris Leonard, Christian Medice, Colbie Caillat, David Hodges, Ed Sheeran, Fransisca Hall, Hilary Duff, Jake Gosling, Jason Evigan, Jason Reeves, Jerrod Bettis, Johan Carlsson, Katharine Federer, KONO, Kristian Lundin, Lauren Christy, Lindy Robbins, Luciana, Max Martin, Mitch Allan, Mitchy Collins, Nick Clow, Niclas Kings, Oligee, Phoebe Ryan, Rudolph Allero, Savan Kotecha, Sean Douglas, Sir Nolan, Tearce Kizzo, Toby Gad & Wayne Hector Mastered by Chris Gehringer Thoughts? #JusticeforThisHeart
  5. The video features Spears and her son's watching The Smurfs 2 in a theater and as Gargamel zaps Spears, she finds herself in Smurf village singing and dancing with the smurfs.
  6. I am thinking of buying the anniversary plaque on britneys website but wanted to see if anyone else had purchased it as there isn't much detail about the quality of it, it's pretty expensive. thanks
  7. On June 21th 2002, "Anticipating" was released as the 5th single off her self-titled 3rd studio album Britney, alongside "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" (Metro Remix) & "Overprotected" (Darkchild Remix). Unfortunately, there was no music video for the single. It peaked at #38.
  8. On June 18, 2010, Miley Cyrus unleashed 'Can't Be Tamed.' It debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 with 102K.
  9. The song's music video premiered on August 27, 2017 at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards. The video broke the record for most-watched video within 24 hours by achieving 43.2 million views on YouTube in its first day.
  10. The music video, directed by Hannah Lux Davis, references the films Mean Girls, Bring It On, 13 Going on 30, and Legally Blonde, and was released on November 30, 2018. Ariana Grande also considered adding other memorable 2000's teen movies, such as A Cinderella Story, Crossroads, She's the Man and Girl, Interrupted, but declined. Following its release, it broke the record for the most-watched music video in YouTube within 24 hours at the time, with over 55.4 million views. The music video for "Thank U, Next" features a plethora of cameo appearances, such as from TV personality Kris Jenner, and
  11. On June 12, 1999 Britney performed her legendary set at Wango Tango! The set was compromised of: "(You Drive Me) Crazy" "Sometimes" "Born to Make You Happy" "...Baby One More Time" I Really Really Love this Set! I remember when she did this performance and I was SOOOOO excited! Enjoy!!
  12. Britney Spears injured her knee while filming the video for “Outrageous” on June 8, 2004. Some consider it the beginning of the end, but however you decide to interpret it, Britney Spears’ knee injury on-set of her music video for “Outrageous” 17-years ago changed the trajectory of the pop titan’s performance offerings for good. It’s a sore subject for all of the B Army, but an important component in understanding one of the many reasons why she does not perform as she did in the past. For our latest installment of This Day In Pop, BreatheHeavy is revisiting the summer night when the sing
  13. On May 22, 2020, Gaga released her second single off Chromatica with Ariana Grande. The song debuted at #1 on Billboard Hot 100 and won the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the 63rd Grammy Awards, being the first female collaboration in history to win. @PokemonSpears do your magic with this thread!
  14. On May 22, 2011, Britney Spears was featured as a guest performance of both Rihanna's and Nicki Minaj's performances at the Billboard Music Awards. With Rihanna she performed S&M. The previous month, a remix of S&M had been released, and it featured Britney. Later that year, Britney would include the song on her Femme Fatale Tour in a medley with her classic hit ...Baby One More Time. With Nicki Minaj, after she finished her performance of Super Bass, she started rapping her part from the Till the World Ends (Femme Fatale Remix) released on April 22, which al
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