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  1. July 28, 2002 marked the last show from her Dream Within a Dream Tour in support of her album Britney. The last two concerts took place in Mexico City at the Foro Sol venue, however the last show had to be cancelled after only performing a few songs, due to a lightning storm which was very dangerous for the public and crew, as we can see on the Stages documentary. This is from July 27 During the time she was in Mexico, she did several interviews But probably the most controversial of all things, even more so than the cancellation of the show, was the now known as "Britney Señal" which refers to her flipping the middle finger to the paparazzi upon her arrival. To this day, people in Mexico still refer to that gesture as "la Britney Señal" especially on the media. It's like a term of endearment, but people really remember it as something funny, rather than taking it as an insult. But at the time, of course the press tried to make it a huge deal. Then we have that infamous press conference as well. She was treated very poorly by the reporters that attended the conference, who were very rude and disrespectful to her (something typical of the local media who were, and still are, used to treat celebrities without any respect to their privacy). During those times, the media, especially the one dedicated to gossip TV shows and magazines, were out of control and thought they had every right to invade public figures' lives, which is why I believe Mexican celebrities feel more empathic towards Britney these days. Later in the year, a documentary called Stages: Three Days in Mexico, was released showing Britney's stay in the country and it was accompanied by a photo book. In commemoration of this date, Britney's Vault has released a collection of previously unseen outtakes that you can check here:
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