Britney Spears slayed the VMA stage for the first time in almost a decade.
Hot off the heels of the release of her ninth studio album, Glory, Britney gave her best performance in ten years at tonight’s VMAs.
It’s a good week to be a Britney fan – ‘Glory’ is objectively some of Britney’s best work, and she just gave a performance which can only be described as a career highlight on the stage which was the backdrop to one of her lowest moments, nine years ago.
Confident, engaged, charismatic, Britney performed a medley of “Make Me” and G-Eazy track “Me, Myself and I” with G-Eazy himself, showing enormous natural chemistry between the pair. Featuring shadow puppets, insane choreography and a genuine sense of fun, there was no way you could watch that performance and not feel that Britney was finally back. G-Eazy also gave a good showing, and although many will undoubtedly criticize the performance for being largely lipsynced, you couldn’t take your eyes off the superstar and it is safe to say, with absolutely no doubt, that…