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  1. Britney Spears fitness model boyfriend Sam Asghari will join season 3 as recurring of Showtime series Black Monday headlined by actor Don Cheadle. Sam will play Giancarlo, a super s3xy model. Full story here: Deadline
  2. We all know that it wasn't the end of her career cause she released like tons of hits and #1s after that BUT after that performance she hasn't had any iconic moments like dancing with a snake, kiss with Madonna, Toxic, Baby One More Time etc. Just nothing as big and iconic as this. It really seems like VMAs 2007 performance was her last iconic moment & huge moment for pop culture.
  3. Britney Spears Conservatorship Attorney Accused Of Misconduct, #FreeBritney Supporters File Complaints With California State Bar SOURCE: MEGA By:Ryan Naumann May. 13 2021, Published 2:10 p.m. ET Britney Spears’ conservatorship attorney is being accused of not acting in the pop star’s best interest. Radar obtained a letter sent by #FreeBritney supporters to the California Bar Association. The group is asking for the singer’s court-appointed attorney, Samuel Ingham, to be investigated. The fans say, “The relevant facts and documentation even cause us to fear that Mr. Ingham may be unduly influencing Ms. Spears so as to prevent or dissuade her from outright petitioning for termination of the Conservatorship, given that such action could reveal Mr. Ingham’s misconduct throughout this nefarious process.” In April, the #FreeBritney supporters sent a letter to Ingham asking for him to take action. The letter read, “The Conservatorship was placed on Ms. Spears in 2008 due to her alleged “incapacity” to reasonably look after herself and her finances. However, given Ms. Spears’s astounding personal and professional accomplishments over the past thirteen (13) years, it is very difficult to believe that a conservatorship is — or ever was — necessary. Such a process is meant to be used as an absolute last resort.” SOURCE: MEGA They question the need for the conservatorship given Britney’s ability to record four albums, “learn intricate choreography routines”, film music videos and perform a 4-year residency in Las Vegas. Britney’s fans have issues with Britney’s court-appointed lawyer not stepping in to end the conservatorship. “Your role in this suspicious — if not fraudulent — Conservatorship gives us reasonable cause for concern,” they wrote. In 2008, as the court was reviewing the petition for a conservatorship filed by Britney’s father Jamie, fans say Ingham was quick to tell the court the singer “lacked the capacity to retain direct counsel.” SOURCE: MEGA As a result of his decision, the court-appointed him to be Britney’s representative on the case. Further, they accuse him of having “seemingly failed to ever object or challenge the serious allegations from one (1) or more of her co-conservators that Ms. Spears had a degenerative condition “related to dementia.” The #FreeBritney fans have problems with him telling the court the pop star lacks the capacity to file her own declarations in the case “effectively silencing her and positioning yourself as her only voice in these proceedings.” SOURCE: BRITNEY SPEARS/INSTAGRAM The fans call out his alleged $10,000 a week salary from the case. They accuse him of not acting in Britney’s best interest over the past years. In the letter, the #FreeBritney supporters gave the lawyer a deadline of May 9 to respond to their demands. They warned him they would file a complaint with the California State Bar. #FreeBritney supporters followed through with the threat. https://radaronline.com/p/britney-spears-freebritney-jamie-spears-conservatorship-lawyer-state-bar/
  4. On May 14, 2000, MTV had a special show called Britney Live! to commemorate the upcoming release of her second studio album Oops!... I Did It Again. Her mom was there, they played her music videos, there was an interview, questions from her fans, and many other things. She performed (You Drive Me) Crazy, Oops!... I Did It Again and Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know. On May 14, 2004, she was performing at Frankfurt, Germany during her Onyx Hotel Tour. On May 14, 2011, Britney was a guest host at KIIS FM's Wango Tango Festival. A year later, on May 14, 2012, the X Factor Season 2 judges were finally announced, after months of specualation: Britney Spears and Demi Lovato would join L.A. Reid and Simon Cowell on the panel of judges. It was during this show that she would get to work with one of her best friends, makeup artist, Billy B. On May 14, 2020, a series of pictures of Britney and her boyfriend at her pool were posted on her Instagram, with the caption "Such a beautiful day !!!! God bless 👔👗!!!!!"
  5. I feel like it would, nothing about that album is traditionally pop at all. It was more so produced as if it was a hip-hop or trap album. Thoughts?
  6. If you could know the absolute and total truth to one question, what question would you ask? Related:
  7. Amy Lee is not a fan of "Fake" Britney spears and fake culture and fake music.. Despite denying it, she admitted Everybody's fool is about Britney Spears and ***ual pop stars she deems fake, from making fun of Pepsi sponsorships, with a fake Pepsi can from wearing an adult film version of the school girl outfit, with a scene of her crotch included.. Amy said she wrote the track due her sisters obsession with Boys, shirtless men, getting laid constantly and of course Britney Spears, needless to say Amy admits her sister doesn't and will not talk to her to her? But Amy said I as an older sister was concerned, so as a musician I did what was needed to get out. Doing research. AVRIL, pink and Amy lee were all created to fight back at Boy crazy and girly girls like Britney in response to not continuing the message of Riot girl and The Spice girls not needing a man, they're fun, but not essential to being an independent women.. Here's the Amy lee video that ruined her fragile relationship with her cheerleader sister. Aka what amy would call the clique girls.
  8. i think it is a truly unique song with a steaming hot video and it always stands out, hate it or adore it i saw someone on the other thread saying that their notable dislike is Slave 4 U and i thought you can either love it or hate it thats why i penned this topic
  9. Which one of yall did this Serbia is killing it though. Sanja killed that key change
  10. Shelly Peiken who worked on Britney's legendary comeback album, "Circus", shared some info about the "Love Is War" song that we believed was intended for "B In The Mix vol.2" to promote the album. Peiken worked on "Circus" on the track "Out From Under". Peiken specifically wrote it was 2010. She imagined how she must have felt about everything that happened with her and Justin while writing the song. A demo with the same name leaked years ago on the internet along with other tracks such as "Sorry Adam" but none of them had Britney's vocals in it. Nobody knows for sure if these demos were actually recorded by Britney. At least now we know Britney never recorded this demo. The alledged demo tracks leaked around the time of the remix album's announcement. It seemed the track was intended for "Femme Fatale". I wonder of the other demos were recorded by her. Sorry adam, Red is the colour, ....
  11. Hey everyone! Below are my rankings for all of Britney's albums, as well as my rankings for the songs within the albums. That being said, this is based on my personal opinions, and I'll be the first to admit that they won't always match popular opinion! Let me know what you think, and please post your own lists as well! 1. Oops!... I Did It Again Oops! is such a good album. It would have been so easy for Britney to have been a one hit wonder, but she came back strong with another lead single that repeated the success of ...Baby One More Time. On top of that, her second album had stronger material overall, and had some killer music videos (Oops!, Lucky, and Stronger are some of her best music videos, in my opinion). Additionally, this is just an era where Britney was so happy, and her career was just booming. Not to mention her first world tour, which I still enjoy watching videos of. I know (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction has not had great reception, but I honestly love her version of the song. It's full of energy, and I loved her performance of it at the VMAs. The only song on this album that I don't enjoy listening to is Dear Diary, and it lasts less than three minutes, so it certainly isn't a deal breaker. Overall, I can't give this album enough praise. - 1: Stronger (One of my favorite Britney songs. Fierce, energetic, great for dancing, catchy, meaningful, and just a straight up bop.) - 2: Lucky (So good. SO good. And, unfortunately, too real for Britney.) - 3: Oops!... I Did It Again (What a great lead single. Such a good song.) - 4: (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (I don't care what you all say, this is a bop.) - 5: Don’t Go Knockin’ on My Door (Also a bop.) - 6: Can’t Make You Love Me (This song is underrated. It shows off some good vocals, and is pretty catchy.) - 7: What U See (Is What U Get) - 8: Don’t Let Me Be the Last to Know - 9: One Kiss from You - 10: Where Are You Now - 11: When Your Eyes Say It - 12: Dear Diary (Not needed, but at least Britney is trying out songwriting.) 2. Circus Britney couldn't have had a better comeback album. Circus is full of bops, and is very cohesive. Not to mention the amazing imagery that comes along with the album, and The Circus Starring Britney Spears. I think Out From Under and Shattered Glass are very underrated, though I recognize that most people wouldn't have that as high on their lists. However, I think it is fair to say that Circus has pretty good depth in its songs. There's a lot of great songs here, including deep cuts! However, I don't care much for the last 5 songs. The first 10 definitely make up for it though! I think my biggest problem with Circus has to do with why it was created and the timing of it all. Britney had just had a very public mental breakdown, and I think her team could have been a bit more concerned about her mental health as opposed to "saving her image" with a killer pop album and flashy tour. I think it all happened just a little too soon, and under different circumstances this may have made my #1. - 1: Womanizer (Such a great song, and awesome for performing. Some call it a copy of Toxic, but I honestly like Womanizer better.) - 2: Out from Under (Underrated. One of her best ballads.) - 3: Shattered Glass (This song is so good! I wish she performed it live, I think it would be great for dancing. My only complaint is that the song could be longer!) - 4: Circus (Very good song.) - 5: Kill the Lights - 6: If U Seek Amy (Very clever, Britney.) - 7: Blur (I love this song! The breathy-ness reminds me of In The Zone.) - 8: Lace and Leather (This song is so catchy!) - 9: Unusual You - 10: Radar (Good song, I didn't need it on a second album.) - 11: Rock Me In (This is where I start to lose interest.) - 12: My Baby (Not needed.) - 13: Phonography (Not needed.) - 14: Mannequin (Not needed.) - 15: Mmm Papi (Not needed.) 3. Blackout It's Britney *****. Enough said. But seriously, this album is pure gold. It really feels like Britney just poured herself into her music on Blackout, and the whole thing is just a masterpiece. There's a few songs I could do without, but the album is very cohesive and there's a reason why it makes the top of most people's lists. I don't have much else to say, I think the album speaks for itself. - 1: Piece of Me (One of Britney's best songs. It deserved every VMA that it won. Even though Britney didn't write it, you can tell that she means every word that she sings. A masterful response to the media scrutiny she was facing.) - 2: Gimme More (It's a testament to this song that it is still so popular despite the infamous 2007 VMA performance. It is such a killer song.) - 3: Break the Ice (Such a great track.) - 4: Ooh Ooh Baby (Love the instrumentals in the beginning. Such a catchy song.) - 5: Get Naked (I Got a Plan) - 6: Why Should I Be Sad - 7: Radar - 8: Everybody (Catchy. But honestly, this song confuses me a bit. Is it a remix? Somewhat of a cover? Who knows.) - 9: Perfect Lover - 10: Heaven on Earth - 11: Hot as Ice - 12: Get Back - 13: Freakshow - 14: Toy Soldier (Meh.) 4. In The Zone A pretty good era in the Britney catalogue, known for the breathy-ness in Britney's voice. This is an amazing album, and is always an enjoyable listen. There are some outstanding deep cuts from this album too, which is always fun to see. Not a lot of complaints here! - 1: Touch of My Hand (I can't believe it wasn't a single! Such a good song.) - 2: Everytime (Britney's best self-written song. Definitely heartbreaking.) - 3: Breathe on Me (This song just continues the mood from Touch of My Hand, and is so good to listen to.) - 4: Toxic (I know, I know. Her best song ever. Listen, Toxic is great, I'll gladly admit that. But honestly? It just isn't my favorite. I'll jam out to it no problem, but I stand by putting the other three songs above it.) - 5: (I Got That) Boom Boom (Such a fun collaboration!) ( - 6: Me Against the Music (Keeping it going with great collaborations!) - 7: Outrageous - 8: Early Mornin’ - 9: Showdown - 10: Brave New Girl - 11: Shadow - 12: The Hook Up (Meh.) 5. Femme Fatale What a fun album. It definitely served its purpose, and created some great dance tracks that definitely have served Britney well in concert. It has great singles. My only complaint? Those singles (plus Inside Out) do some heavy lifting. (Drop Dead) Beautiful, Seal It with a Kiss, Gasoline, and He About To Lose Me are all pretty good songs, and I enjoy listening to them, but they don't even compare to the songs ranked above them. And the songs gradually get worse down the list. - 1: Till the World Ends (Such a great dance track. I love this song.) - 2: Hold It Against Me (Another bop.) - 3: Criminal (Great song, and music video.) - 4: I Wanna Go (Another bop.) - 5: Inside Out (Slightly less great of a bop, but still a bop.) - 6: (Drop Dead) Beautiful (Good song, but a drop off from the songs above.) - 7: Seal It with a Kiss - 8: Gasoline - 9: He About To Lose Me - 10: How I Roll (Starting to get less good.) - 11: Trouble for Me (Meh.) - 12: Up N’ Down (Not needed.) - 13: Selfish (Not needed.) - 14: Don’t Keep Me Waiting (Not needed.) - 15: Trip to Your Heart (Not needed.) - 16: Big Fat Bass (Not needed.) 6. Glory Such a great album. Britney is so present, and she worked really hard to make this album good. Also, there are so many songs! And they're almost all really good! Make Me... had a great collaboration with G-Eazy, and brought Britney back to the VMAs. I really appreciate the cohesiveness of this album, and the sound/vibe that it achieved. Glory also gave us some of Britney's best vocals in a long time. Overall, I love this album, and my favorite part about it is how I can tell that Britney had fun and enjoyed making the album. My only complaint? There should've been more singles! There was definitely good enough of material for it. I'm also a bit surprised that some of the 2020 releases weren't released in 2016 with the original album, being how good they are! - 1: Man On The Moon (What a great song. The bridge is pure bliss.) - 2: Liar (Bop.) - 3: Make Me… (Beautiful!) - 4: Invitation (Beautiful!) - 5: Mood Ring (This is a really fun song.) - 6: Love Me Down - 7: Slumber Party - 8: Swimming In The Starts - 9: Just Luv Me - 10: Do You Wanna Come Over? - 11: Coupure Électrique (Great ending for the album. After so many fun and great songs to listen to, this is a relaxing way to finish out the experience and reflect on the album.) - 12: Just Like Me - 13: Private Show (Gets a little too much hate. It isn't one of the best songs from the album, but it is kind of fun!) - 14: Clumsy - 15: Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes) - 16: What You Need - 17: If I’m Dancing - 18: Matches (Not as good of a song as I'd expect with this collaboration.) - 19: Hard To Forget Ya (Not needed.) - 20: Better (Not needed.) 7. Britney Jean Alright, I know almost everyone is going to disagree with me. But I'm going to stand up for Britney Jean a bit. It really wasn't that bad. I think this album's biggest problem is being plagued by scandal and gossip. The Alien leak and whole Myah thing really hurt this album, but it's also worth noting that both of this things have been contested/are in dispute. So, I'm not sure it is totally fair to hold those claims as 100% true when evaluating Britney Jean. I also know it gets hate from Britney saying that it was her most personal album. Listeners of the album have disagreed with this adamantly, though I'd challenge you to try and give it some more thought. While we can't all totally see it or we don't think the album reveals a lot about her, maybe the album is personal to Britney? She has co-writing credits on every song, which is a sharp turn from no credits on her last album, Femme Fatale. She has songs about her kids, God, she sings a duet with her sister, and there's even a song about her ex fiance. Even if we decide the songs suck, that doesn't mean that the album can't be personal to Britney. Even if you disagree with me, it was 8 years ago that she advertised this as her most personal album, and I think we should be able to evaluate it on its own two feet outside of how she described it back then. I also don't think that the lack of marketing and the album's commercial success should be used too heavily in evaluating the album, as it largely when on the backburner because of Piece of Me. I'll definitely admit, the album isn't perfect. But overall, I actually enjoy listening to Britney Jean. It is a little more experimental, and definitely reminds me of early 2010's pop. There's not really anything else in Britney's discography like it. The album is pretty cohesive as well, and definitely has consistency. I also think it has some of her best bonus tracks; I really like listening to Hold On Tight, Brightest Morning Star, and Now That I Found You. The album isn't too top heavy. There aren't a bunch of instant bops that are must-be singles like on Femme Fatale, or even Circus. However, and I know that I'll largely stand alone on this, there isn't a song on the album that I dislike. - 1: Perfume (One of her best ballads, and some great vocals.) - 2: Passenger - 3: Alien - 4: Hold On Tight (I think this song is underrated. It's catchy, and I really enjoy it!) - 5: Don’t Cry (I don't know why, but this reminds me a bit of the songs from Britney.) - 6: Work ***** (I know people won't be with me on this. Work ***** is a really good song, but I've never been a huge fan of it, and there are other songs on Britney Jean I like better.) - 7: Brightest Morning Star (The chorus is so fun and catchy!) - 8: Now That I Found You (Call it dated, but when that beat drops, it is so fun!) - 9: Til It’s Gone - 10: Chillin’ With You (You'll all disagree, but I like it! The campy and light hearted mood is actually really sweet, given that it is two sisters.) - 11: Tik Tik Boom - 12: It Should Be Easy (Probably hated because will.i.am is on it.) - 13: Body Ache 8. Britney This is a good album. I think its problem, and why I ranked it so low, is that it doesn't have a ton of amazing moments. Most of the songs are good, or even great, but it isn't the most memorable album. It was largely a transitional album, which I think contributes to that. I like the songs that were in Crossroads (an underrated movie, but that isn't what we are here to discuss). Overall, I don't have much to say other that it was a good album. - 1: I’m a Slave 4 U (Wipes the floor with every other song on this album.) - 2: Overprotected (Fun song!) - 3: I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (Love it.) - 4: Before The Goodbye - 5: Cinderella (Very good.) - 6: I Run Away (Underrated.) - 7: What It’s Like to Be Me - 8: That’s Where You Take Me - 9: Boys - 10: Lonely - 11: Let Me Be - 12: Bombastic Love - 13: Anticipating - 14: I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll (Not needed.) - 15: When I Found You (Not needed.) 9. ...Baby One More Time The album that started it all. For starters, this is a good album! Don't let me putting it at #9 make it seem like I don't think this album is good, because it is. I'll also say that some songs on this album don't deserve to be on a #9 album, but that is just how it goes sometimes. Half of this album is fantastic, and the other half just wasn't needed. The poorer half is what drags the album down. However, the great songs on this album are definitely worth noting and celebrating! - 1: ...Baby One More Time (So iconic, and such a bop.) - 2: (You Drive Me) Crazy (The Stop! Remix, of course!) - 3: Born to Make You Happy - 4: From the Bottom of My Broken Heart (Such a great ballad, and really showed off her vocals.) - 5: Sometimes - 6: I Will Still Love You (I actually really enjoyed this duet!) - 7: I Will Be There (Still a good song, but starting to get less good.) - 8: Autumn Goodbye (It's alright.) - 9: Thinkin’ About You (It's alright.) - 10: Soda Pop (Sometimes fun.) - 11: Deep In My Heart (Meh. Not really needed.) - 12: E-Mail My Heart (Not needed.) - 13: I’ll Never Stop Loving You (Not needed.) - 14: The Beat Goes On (Not needed. I find this song pretty annoying.)
  12. It will never happen but let's imagine & think about it. I guess ''biggest'' pop girls today are Ariana and Taylor. I'm not a big fan of them but whatever. Let's say the performance on VMAs starts with Ariana singing idk ''Baby One More Time'' or ''Oops I Did It Again'' like Britney did with Madonna's ''Like a Virgin'' and then Taylor joins her. Then Britney comes with her idk new single and then she kisses Ariana and Taylor. How do you think the world would react to it? Would it be a big pop culture moment? I honestly don't know cause Ariana and Taylor has like nothing to do with each other while Britney and Christina knew each other and they had a ''beef'' and Madonna obvi kissing Britney, they wanted to catch JT's reaction. And Britney probably like never met Ariana and she has talked to Taylor maybe like two times so no idea how it would work but that'd destroy Twitter & the rest of the Internet for sure.
  13. Billboard staff ranked Britney's Hold It Against Me as the 42nd song with the best bridge from the 21st century. They further discuss the songs impact on dubstep : " [HIAM] became the first song to ride a dubstep drop to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 -- opening the floodgates for about two years' worth of subsequent pop hits to find similar success doing the same". Gaga's Shallow (#6) and Marry the Night (#50), Rihanna's Whats My Name (#18), Enrique's Bailando (#19) and Beyonce's Crazy In Love (#25), Dua's Levitating (#26), Christina's Beautiful (#33), and Miley's We Cant Stop (#44) also made the list. As for the Top 5: 1 - Outkast - Hey Ya 2 - the Killers - All These things That 've Done 3 - Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License 4 - Ke$ha - Praying 5 - Kelly Clackson - since U Been Gone Check out the full chart here! What are your favorites?
  14. P!nk commented on the media pitting her against Britney back in the day. "It was so unfair to all the girls. None of us wanted that." "I love Britney — she used to carry around my album," she continued. "I was like, 'Dude, I'm a street punk, I just skateboard. That doesn't have to be the anti-Britney. I don't want to fight anybody.'" "One of the best things that [music executive] L.A. Reid ever told me was that this music business is big enough for everybody to win at the same time. There's no such thing as competition." "I think we navigated through it as good as a 20-year-old girl can. Now I think it's totally different. Girls supporting girls is rad — I love to watch it." Related:
  15. Since Britney is not working all its left its to dream. And if there something this fan base can do is being delusional. So here's a brand new delusion fo your entertainment So... for the longest time I have this idea in my brain about the possibility of Britney and RCA releasing a compiltation album of her anthems but remixed as 80s' Synthwave - once she comes back to music by her own will. Its a thing on the internet for a while now to put up remixes like these of very known singles from various artists from Adele to Michael, Gaga, Rihanna and specially Britney. But the problem is: nobody is "offciailly doing it". A collection of reimagined hit singles and fan favorite tracks would be such a rich material to have. Specially if it also comes on vinyl and cassete - which is a trend among pop fans and Britney is one the most successful vinyl sellers of this new wave. Here are some remixes for yall to see what Im talking about: And of course @remixedbynick material is also stellar and should grant him at least half a compilation album. Yall, this REALLY is a thing. They keep poping every month. A lot of "home producers" have been putting up remixes like these for at least 3 years now and just recently this idea is gaining traction. Also this And this one was uploaded last week. This producer goes hard on every remix its just... And lets not forget Britney covered Burning Up Take the dubstep out, increase the 80's cheese and you have a banger ready to be included in a Synthwave compilation. This is becoming the new "cool ****" and someone will eventually come up with an idea like that. Make a compilation album and have 2 brand new songs 80s inspired made by Max (since he is the one that really brought it with 1989 and After Hours, both albums heavily inspired by the 80's). One new song opening it, the other one closing it and in the middle we have a lot of juicy remixes to make people super moist while rocking out with their ****s out Britney would have a mini era to work with (2 singles) and it would be a delight
  16. Hi! I've been super bored lately, with way too much time on my hands so I decided to start making a Britney music video evolution project . Linked below is the finished product. I aimed to showcase approximately 30 seconds of each vid I tried using the best 24fps high quality sources I could find online, excluding the Lucky (30fps) and Hold It Against Me (25fps) videos. Unfortunately YouTube seems to have had a weird compression issue around some of the Circus scenes with the firework waterfall backdrop as it looks rather pixelated on YouTube but crisp on my rendered copy. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this showcase of Britney's iconic videography
  17. Britney never wanted to be a role model yet almost every if not every pop girl has a part of the Britney blueprint. From the smaller pop acts like Ava Max to the Titans like TSwift, if you combine them all, (they all hold a piece of Britney’s success) they make a puzzle. I just find that funny for the girl who didn’t want to be the role model. I’m not saying this from a bias point of view either. I just really see Britney in almost all other female pop acts. Even her peers were competing to be her when they were all younger. Xtina grew into her own more over time but until this day, she still has major Brit elements. Her impact is crazy lol. I think her latest trend is definitely Vegas. Everyone and their Mother wants a residency now.
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