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  1. On July 28, 1999 Britney launcher her first tour titled after her first album Baby One More Time! The show ran till September 15, 1999. The tour consisted of 56 shows. The set list was short and sweet including 9 songs and a encore. The setlist comprised of "(You Drive Me) Crazy" "Soda Pop" "Born to Make You Happy" "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" "Material Girl" / "Black Cat" / "Nasty" "The Beat Goes On" "I Will Be There" "Open Arms" "Sometimes" Encore "...Baby One More Time" I would love to see this concert in HD! If someone has a link help a girl out!! Enjoy!
  2. On the 30th of June 2010, Australian Pop Queen Kylie Minogue released her eleventh studio album Aphrodite. It peaked at #2 in Australia, beaten by Eminem’s Recovery, but peaked at #1 in the UK earning Kylie a Guinness World Record for achieving the most consecutive decades with top 5 albums in the UK. Aphrodite was also a top 5 album in Belgium, France, Greece, Spain, and Switzerland. The lead single All The Lovers was an instant fan favourite and peaked at #3 in the UK and was a top 10 hit in several countries. To sum up, Kylie was still serving #1 albums, top 10 singles and fan favourite tracks on her eleventh studio album. A pop legend.
  3. On June 22, 2011, Britney Spears released the music video for I Wanna Go, the third single off her album Femme Fatale. The music video for "I Wanna Go" was directed by Stewart Hannah and filmed in Los Angeles, California. Spears first contacted Piliero and asked him to put together a concept for the video. The main idea for Marrs Piliero came from the lyric "be a little inappropriate", which stood out for him, but he did not want to make a video about ****** inappropriateness. Piliero wrote the opening press conference scene as a tribute to the film Half Baked (1998), which he is a fan of. He explained, "That scene resonates with everyone as the epitome of the greatest way to quit your job, and just blow people off. [...] I felt like that would just be such a perfect way for her to tell the reporters to eff off." Marrs Piliero first asked actor Kellan Lutz to co-star the clip with Spears; however, Lutz turned down the role, saying that "there were a couple of weird things about the part that didn't make sense", including the scene where he was going to pour milk on himself. Piliero then thought of asking one of the stars of Half Baked, Guillermo Díaz, to be part of the video, explaining that it "would make it come full circle." Piliero watched all of Spears' videos and wanted to pull what he loved from them, but also give it something fresh. Piliero felt that all of her references to the paparazzi in her previous videos had been more of a statement than an action, and for "I Wanna Go", he wanted her to have the opportunity to fight back. Piliero had the concept nearly finished by the time he met with Spears. Both wanted to explore fun ways for Spears to be inappropriate in the video, who had several ideas, such as a cop frisking her. Having seen Spears on How I Met Your Mother and Saturday Night Live, Piliero felt that none of her videos had really taken advantage of her comedic timing, saying, "She never had a music video where she could show her acting chops and have fun with comedy while being super badass. That was my goal from day one: I wanted her to be funny, badass and super cool." During the first day of the shoot, he requested Spears to "have as much fun as possible over these next two days". Pilliero also stated that the Crossroads (2002) reference "is a fun Easter egg for fans. Plus, Die Hard 2: Die Harder is the most ridiculously awesome way to title a sequel. It just felt like the right thing to do. When Britney saw it, she loved it." Source
  4. One of the most coveted unreleased songs of Britney Spears' catalogue leaked on the internet, "Welcome to Me (Love)". From her In The Zone era, this unfinished song was co-written with esteemed song writer Carole Bayer-Sager, and the controversial choreographer Wade Robsen. Back in 2012, she responded to a fan's tweet asking about the song with:
  5. 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.
  6. On June 14, 2005, the music video for Someday (I Will Understand) premiered during the fifth and last episode of the reality show Britney & Kevin: Chaotic, titled 'Veil of Secrecy'. The music video features a pregnant Spears lying in bed and walking around a house while singing to her unborn child. It was directed by Michael Haussman. That year, the video landed at #10 in the yearly Top 100 that MTV Latin America used to do.
  7. On this day in 2010, Christina Aguilera released her sixth studio album, {Bi~ΟΠ~iC}. It was a drastic departure from the retro, jazz-influenced sound of Back To Basics into more futuristic electronic music. Consisting of 24 tracks in total, the record combines sassy electropop bangers with personal pop / R&B ballads with some rock, new wave, dancehall and disco sprinkled in. For the record, Christina worked both with established hitmakers, as well as more underground, less-known producers and co-writers. For example, it was the first album by a big pop artist to feature songwriting from Sia and had one of the very first Nicki Minaj guest verses on a song ("Woohoo"), something that's very commonplace now. However, due to many reasons, including a drastic change in sound compared to her previous records, accusations of chasing trends and copying Lady Gaga (spearheaded by Pigrez Perez Hilton), mediocre promotion, a change in the title, a delayed release, no tour, the era being cut short (lasting only 6 months) and Christina's personal problems, {Bi~ΟΠ~iC} underperformed and has been largely forgotten by the general public. Despite this, many consider it a solid record and it has gained newfound appreciation in recent years.
  8. On May 10, 2019, Britney Spears appeared in court along with her mom Lynne, for a status hearing regarding her conservatorship, which started in 2008. Earlier that year, Britney had stayed at a mental health facility, for allegedly 30 days. At the beginning of the year, her second Las Vegas residency Domination, which was planned to begin in February, was "postponed" cancelling all the announced dates so far through a message on her social media that cited her father's health as the reason. Britney was last seen in public in January, and after weeks of absence, it was reported by TMZ that she had entered a mental health facility on her own. Later, an anonymous call to the podcast Britney's Gram suggesting that she was sent to the facility against her will for not taking the medication they were giving her, and that it was the same reason why her co-conservator Andrew Wallet quit earlier that year, started a movement among her fans and social media with the hashtag #FreeBritney to question and ask for a revision of the conservatorship she had been living under since 2008. Her mother Lynne kept igniting the fire of the movement by liking comments on Facebook that supported the movement, until her account was removed. The judge Brenda Penny who attends the case of Britney Spears, asked for a hearing to discuss the status of the conservatorship. It was reported by the media, that Lynne Spears was seeking to gain access to Britney's medical files. Dozens of Britney fans protested outside the court house holding signs that read “Free Britney” and “end the conservatorship.” TMZ reported Lynne and Jamie both agreed to an evaluation over Britney – presumably regarding her mental health. The evaluation would be set by Jamie and a court-appointed lawyer. They also claimed Britney asked the judge for certain freedoms she’s not allowed under the rules of the conservatorship, but the judge denied her. Paparazzi caught Britney walking to her ride after the court hearing. Somewhere along the way Brit’s high heels became a pain, so she kicked them off and carried them. TMZ and other media called the move bizarre.
  9. On May 16, 2000, Britney Spears released in the United States her second studio album, Oops!... I Did It Again. The album had already been released in Japan on May 03, and Austria, Germany and Switzerland on May 15. Preceded by its lead single of the same name, which came out a month prior, Oops!... I Did It Again debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, getting the #1 in 20 charts around the world, #2 in six other countries and #5 in Italy. It broke the record for the biggest first-week sales by a female artist ever in the US, with 1, 319, 193 copies sold, a record she held until 2015, when Adele released 25. It reportedly sold over 500,000 copies just during the first day. It still holds the record for biggest first-year sales by a female, with 7.89 million copies sold in 2000, landing at #4 in the year-end chart of that year. It also appeared on the year-end chart again in 2001 at #28. Oops!... I Did It Again was also the #6 most sold album of the 00's. It became her second album to receive the Diamond certification from the RIAA. Much as its predecessor, Oops!... I Did It Again is a teen pop / dance pop album, though it has more influences of funk and R&B, with an overall more mature and aggressive tone. Whereas ...Baby One More Time was filled by mostly bubbly ballads and heartbreak songs, Oops! has a more adult sound with tracks like Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know or Where Are You Now, and its mid-tempos gravitate towards the empowerment, in tunes like Oops!... I Did It Again, Don't Go Knockin' on My Door, What U See (Is What U Get), or the Rolling Stones cover (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, with Stronger even nodding at her debut single by revealing her "loneliness ain't killing her no more". However, it doesn't completely leave aside the sweet melodies that characterized her debut album, with songs like One Kiss from You, Dear Diary or the bonus track Heart. The album was mainly produced by Max Martin and Rami Yacoub, but it counted with the collaborations of Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Jake Schulze, Mutt Lange, Per Magnusson, David Kreuger, Steve Lunt, Larry "Rock" Campbell, Kristian Lundin, Rober Jazayeri, Paul Umbach, Timmy Allen, Barry J. Eastmond and Eric Foster White, the latter of which produced You Got It All, a cover from The Jets, which was originally recorded for her debut album. Most of the producers also provided the lyrics of the tracks, but additional songwriters include Alexander Kronlund, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (for the Satisfaction cover), Shania Twain (for Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know), Keith Scott, Jörgen Elofsson, Andreas Carlsson, Diane Warren (When Your Eyes Say It), Jason Blume, Eugene Wilde, Rupert Holmes (You Got It All) and George Teren. Britney herself co-wrote Dear Diary. The album was recorded in 1999 after her ...Baby One More Time Tour finished, most of the recording taking place in November. The recordings took place between New York, Hollywood, Orlando, Sweden and Switzerland. The first songs to be recorded at the Cheiron Studios in Stockholm were Oops!... I Did It Again, Walk on By, What U See (Is What U Get) and Don't Go Knockin' on My Door, followed by Stronger and Lucky, which along with Oops!, weren't finalized until January. Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know was recorded in December at Robert "Mutt" Lange's villa in Switzerland. Girl in the Mirror and Can't Make You Love Me were recorded in mid-January at Parc Studios in Orlando, Florida. She then recorded When Your Eyes Say It and One Kiss from You in New York, along with Dear Diary and Heart. Finally, in late February she recorded (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction at Pacific Recording Studios in Hollywood, California. You Got It All and Where Are You Now were outtakes from her debut album. Four singles were released in order to promote the album: Oops!... I Did It Again, Lucky, Stronger and Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know. She also embarked on a world tour, the Oops!... I Did It Again Tour, that lasted from June 20, 2000 through January 18, 2001. For the release of the album she held a special presentation in Tokyo and Paris, and she also made several appearances on MTV and other TV shows in the United States. The day of the release, she appeared on TRL to talk about the record, and she was signing some CD's for her fans. A week earlier, she recorded the "First Listen" of the album, where they played a preview of each of the tracks. The album was released on vinyl in 2019, and it got a new cassette release in 2020 for its 20th anniversary.
  10. On May 6, 1999, the Sometimes music video premiered on Total Request Live. As her previous video, ...Baby One More Time, this one was also directed by Nigel ****. It was shot at the Paradise Cove in Malibu, California. It featured model Chad Cole as her love interest.
  11. The music video for Pretty Girls was directed by Azalea and Cameron Duddy and was released on May 13, 2015. It continues a cult movie related focus for Azalea's music videos, her previous year's single "Fancy" paid homage to the '90s teen film Clueless and "Black Widow" to the Kill Bill films. The clip is a homage to the 1988 film, Earth Girls Are Easy, directed by Julien Temple and starring Geena Davis. It therefore is heavily based on '80s fashion and technology as well as the loose plot of the film. The video begins with Spears reclining poolside filing her nails with the health and wellness supplement MateFit. visible. Suddenly, an alien Iggy Azalea crash lands into the pool. Spears then proceeds to give Azalea a new makeover. Two women dress up in '80s fashion and drive in a bright yellow jeep to a car wash, where Spears and backup dancers break into dance. Meanwhile, Azalea's alien powers cause a television to explode, water to turn pink and an ATM to begin shooting cash, which Spears dances around. Soon, two women hop into a convertible with Spears' friends, where Azalea turns Spears' retro handheld telephone into a Samsung Galaxy S6. Nightfall arrives and two women head to a club where Azalea raps and Spears and dancers choreograph a synchronized dance break. Suddenly, the nightclub begins to shake and an unseen force proceeds to abduct Azalea and Spears, to the latter's delight. The screen fades black before two women appear laughing and doing arm movements in the yellow jeep and the credits roll. It became Britney's fastest video to reach 100 million views on YouTube, but it also became the video with most dislikes.
  12. "Pretty Girls" is a song recorded by Britney Spears and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. Azalea co-wrote the song with Maegan Cottone, British girl group Little Mix, and the song's producers, The Invisible Men. The single was released on May 4, 2015, by RCA Records. The music video for "Pretty Girls" premiered on May 13, 2015, and was directed by Azalea and Cameron Duddy. The visuals were inspired by the 1988 film Earth Girls Are Easy, starring Geena Davis. The song was performed live by Spears and Azalea for the first time on May 17 at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards. Later that year, it was added to the setlist for Spears' Las Vegas residency show, Britney: Piece of Me. The collaboration peaked within the top 20 in the United Kingdom, Canada, Hungary, Scotland, and South Korea as well as the top 30 in the United States, France, and Australia. The track also received two nominations at the 2015 Teen Choice Awards. Source: WIkipedia
  13. on April 30th of 1999 Sometimes was released as the 2nd single from ...Baby One More Time baby all i need is time
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