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  1. 16 hours ago, fucknfurter said:

    Hm. Was tired of the Ocean's movies long before twelve happened, tbh. (Or whichever one was the excuse to show off Clooney's love affair with that island in Italy. Was it thirteen? Ah, who cares.) Love how they grabbed a bunch of big name actresses to compete with/stand beside the big name actors who used to be apart of this franchise. At least that's consistent.

    12 hours ago, IUSAtonight said:

    Great cast wasted on a remake of a movie franchise that should stop after the first one. 

    Yep, I enjoyed Ocean's Eleven, but can't even recall what distinguished the plotline between Ocean's Twelve (2004) and Ocean's Thirteen (2007); either way, the franchise should've been discontinued after the first one back in 2001 (which, incidentally, was also a remake of Ocean's Eleven from 1960). 

    I don't understand why anyone thinks it's necessary to butcher this even further, a decade after the trilogy concluded. I mean, I'm sure Ocean's 8 will do well in the box office due to the high-profile cast and commercial impact of the Ocean's trilogy, but I'm personally getting sick of every single movie and/or movie franchise getting remade, especially since they are so rarely superior to the original. The same complaint is in effect for the inundation of novels receiving big-screen adaptations. Has Hollywood just completely run out of original storylines?

    And on another note, just because I can't sleep and am feeling kinda bitchy, Rihanna is a beautiful woman but honestly doesn't stand out on that movie poster in the slightest; I had to peruse it several times before I could even spot her. :snooptoya:

    And as @it's so much Betterstated, one of the few actual stand-outs on this poster is that of a highly esteemed and critically-acclaimed actress (recipient of two Academy Awards, three Golden Globes and three Screen Actors Guild Awards, among countless other accolades), whose name was misspelled (despite it even having been supplied on the attached movie poster in question). However, we are supposed to be smitten by the profile shot of a pop star who has yet to prove herself as an actress? :weirdmeout:

    Also, I can't believe I wrote this much about a movie I have zero interest in. Insomnia does crazy things to your brain, kids. :madonna:


  2. 6 minutes ago, Diamond Horse said:

    This is sweet. And it is a little naive/innocent/[childlike if I may] as that simple concept and it makes it kinda pure'n'simple actually. She has great compassion and has that organization, I am sure she is meaning it all.

    Compared to that, her last album seems a little held back ALMOST if it was too behind the frames.

    Yeah, even though I am not technically a fan (haven't purchased any of her albums), I do recognize her vocal talent, and could see myself eventually becoming a fan if she were to find her way musically. I also actually like her personality; she tends to be a bit obnoxious, but as you said, her compassion for others seems genuine.


  3. 21 minutes ago, Diamond Horse said:

    OMGGGGGG Really? For me it is the abruptest change of angle and perspective :o 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Thanks for informing us sis :)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     In this case it should have made headlines" :shake: But we all know that media plays it safe.

    No problem! :) I'm actually trying to fact-check my own information because I honestly don't remember if the individual she's singing to/about is fictional, and therefore metaphorical, or if it's actually inspired by a real-life story, but the song in question is entitled "Karen Don't Be Sad."

    Either way, I distinctly recall hearing/reading Miley say that "Karen" was a transgender teen who committed suicide due to bullying, and this performance was dedicated to both the loss of Karen and to serve as an inspirational message for all current transgender individuals to encourage them to remain strong in the face of great adversity.


  4. On 12/12/2017 at 3:36 PM, RedCarpet said:

    really Miley?

     

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    On 12/12/2017 at 3:46 PM, breaktheiceofmrv said:

    My memory totally erased that :gloria: 

    I still can't understand how she did this.

    On 12/12/2017 at 4:48 PM, Diamond Horse said:

    For me it is impossible to understand how should I feel about this dildopicture. I mean, I mostly don't feel anything, but something in me goes like "Whuuuuuuttt?" and it is weird cause I would think I'd have a stronger reaction.

    It is funny, but I think something about her demeanor makes these worn costumes look less vulgar to me!

    23 hours ago, breaktheiceofmrv said:

    It still feels too much to me.I mean people can have all the fantasies,wear weird stuff in their private lives but this was on stage so i'm like " Whuuuuuuutttt?" :hehehe:

     

    So I'm not actually even a Miley fan, but in her defense, she wore this costume while singing a ballad about a transgender individual who, if I recall correctly, committed suicide due to the extreme stigma and subsequent bullying of her transgender status. Hence, she is wearing both female and male sexual organs. It was intended to be a tribute.


  5. 42 minutes ago, Snesh! said:

    I'm sorry but I read some comments of the video and I laugh a lot with this one:

     

    "at least britney can take a bath without drowning "

     

    :blol:

    While a very troubled woman, Whitney was a fellow human being whose cause of death was drowning. That's a tragic loss of life and an extremely inappropriate thing to laugh about. As Britney fans, who very easily could've witnessed our favorite artist suffer this same fate, one would think we'd have more compassion.


  6. On 9/4/2017 at 3:59 PM, Paris Hilton $ said:

    ITZ was about to be her biggest era and she was fucking everywhere. If the knee incident didn't happened I think that she would've make a ton of singles and iconic music videos. Her performing skills were getting better and she was topping the charts almost everywhere

    I have to respectfully disagree with this. I think, because of how incredibly entertaining and successful Britney had been for the duration of her first four album cycles, we now tend to romanticize the past and believe she would still be on top of the world if not for the knee injury and/or involvement with KFed.

    But realistically, "Toxic" saved the ITZ era. By that point in her career, she had lost her drive to continue working in the same manner as before, and her image/overall brand had already suffered tremendously, even prior to KFed and "Chaotic."

    As such, she had lost the universal adoration of the general public and media alike. The Onyx Hotel Tour opened to mixed reviews, which was a sharp deviation from the critical acclaim she enjoyed during the OIDIA and DWAD tours.

    Further, the OHT had relative difficulty selling tickets; another first in her career. For the first time, she became known as a tabloid figure first, and pop star second. Therefore, I wholly believe she was rapidly headed toward a distinct decline in both her career and personal life following the ITZ era, irrespective of the specific extenuating circumstances she actually suffered at that particular time. 


  7. On 12/9/2017 at 10:14 AM, Streets said:

    Iconic, recognizable, unique voices >>>>>>>> any girl that can belt out notes that sounds like millions of other girls.

    Well, not quite. Madonna is truly an outlier, because the other best-selling female artists of all time are comprised of the likes of Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, etc. So overwhelmingly, huge voices with multi-octave ranges have historically consistently sold better than pop stars with mediocre, yet unique, voices.

    Thus, Madonna (and Britney, for that matter, although I think she has such more natural vocal talent than Madonna), are truly the exception rather than the rule. Madonnna is a very savvy businesswoman and hard worker though, that's undeniable.


  8. Honestly? I don't care at all what Xtina looks like as long as the music, live vocals and passion are on point. The only two eras wherein she both looked stunning and delivered an amazing album were during her debut album and Back to Basics.

    In contrast, during Bionic, she was beautiful but the era itself was a mess, while during Stripped, the music was impeccable but she frequently looked like a hot mess, and often her rather trashy appearance during the latter era detracted from the quality and content of her music. Also, she looked gorgeous during several seasons of "The Voice," but that career choice only held her back further.

    For reference, these highly questionable looks were in concert with the quality of music (e.g., "Lady Marmalade," Stripped era, etc.), that I think the vast majority of us would love to have her release once again:

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    In contrast, during her highly criticized Bionic album, frequently referred to as her first "flop," she looked stunning and classy:

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    Again, looking flawless during "The Voice," while her actual music career was irrelevant:

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    Overall, I think everyone knows Christina is naturally beautiful, but when it comes to her appearance, she likes to march to the beat of her own drum. Thus, I'm just hoping for great music and true passion in her forthcoming project, and am not otherwise concerned with how she'll choose to present herself.


  9. It's always hard between Blackout and In The Zone, because they have different strengths, but Blackout is ultimately my favorite Britney album. :bparty:

    Between Circus and Glory, I give the edge to the latter because it's more cohesive and vocally superior. The former has some huge hits and great deep cuts, though. :verycool:


  10. On 12/10/2017 at 6:54 PM, Chris343 said:

    Yeah did you see that post from one of Gagas producers saying LG6 is essentially gonna be artpop 2? Ewww no plz :anxiety:

    He even got artpop tattoed on his hands... :ineedthetruth:

    He backtracked pretty quickly after his comments about ARTPOP II essentially caused civil unrest among the Little Monsters (NOT a mellow bunch BTW, they even meltdown upon receipt of good news). :britdrown:

    But anyway, he then explained it's just going to be a follow-up to the record wherein he had previously collaborated most heavily with Gaga, rather than indicating the next era would be a sequel sonically, thematically, or visually to ARTPOP.

    I just saw her in concert this past Friday, and she was fantastic. Her costumes had deviated since the start of the Joanne World Tour; there were fewer cowboy hats, denim and fringe, and more looks reminiscent of The Fame era. She's already heavily involved in the making of LG6, so I think she is prepared to return to her dance-pop roots. :)


  11. 5 hours ago, SlayOut said:

    Yas living for this drag sis!!! :queenflopga:

    1 hour ago, BrittonJeanSpears said:

    She's Ugly Betty on the inside, Flat-Chested Barbie on the outside.

    Wtf my phone just went crazy.

    Anyway, I honestly feel kind of bad for "dragging" anyone; generally when I dislike someone's music, I just don't even bother to comment. (With the exception of that whole "Katy Perry/Katy Keene" thing, that was just too bizarre to keep to myself).

    But anyway, I'm just really sick of seeing threads about other artists within the "Britney Spears forum" multiple times per day (although I obviously understand this particular OP was Britney-related).


  12. 43 minutes ago, BrittonJeanSpears said:

    Someone get Lorde some anti-seizure medicine, please. :ricackle: 

    Well, Lorde is undeniably awkward as well, but she is fully aware of her eccentricity and plays it up as part of her persona. Taylor pretends like she's in on the joke of her being perceived as awkward as well, but then contradictorily tries to be sexy nevertheless. It's confusing and IMO she'd be better off not attempting the sexy/cool persona altogether.


  13. 17 minutes ago, Isla. said:

    I'm screaming at these gifs

    And the funny thing is, I literally just typed in "Taylor Swift Dancing" or "Taylor Swift Dancing 2017" gifs. There's a ton of (fan sites?) literally dedicated to "Taylor Swift Awkward Dancing" and the tag "awkward" alone immediately pops up when you just Google her name + dancing. I didn't go in that direction because I was trying to be fair. :orangu:


  14. 5 minutes ago, Dark.Knight said:

    Title should say each TOUR, stupid cheap website domain that won't let me edit

    i bet it would work if it said "POP EMERGENCY, MEGAN TRAINOR HAS NEW COLLAB WITH RIFF RAFF"

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    ETA: My phone's at 2% so I'll compile my list later, but I just wanted to endorse DWAD's "Anticipating" as seriously underrated. It's super silly and fun, but the choreo is good, the song is great, and I personally like the colorful costumes and how much personality the performance has. Given the age of Britney and her fanbase at the time, it's a perfect precedent to the super sexy "Slave."


  15. 49 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    Well, they are real muscles. :orangu: Regardless of whether he uses HGH or not, you cannot fake a muscle. Unless you have implants put in like this freak.

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    Well, I think when people say his muscles are fake, they're referring to usage of anabolic steroids rather than HGH, which are not analogous. HGH, although produced synthetically, does not have any molecular distinction from the HGH that is naturally occuring in every human body, whereas anabolic steroids have compositional deviations from naturally occurring testosterone. Also, with anabolic steroids you can bulk up and achieve excess muscle mass in a very short period of time (i.e., few weeks to months), whereas HGH will take much longer to have an effect on the human body, and there's no real data to support it ever developing the capability of extreme muscle growth such as that which can be achieved via anabolic steroids.


  16. Jesus, I can't believe people here are that damn desperate for a hit song that they're willing to overlook the overwhelming support Kesha received from other female artists following her accusations, with even people like Kelly Clarkson, who never participates in drama or bad-mouthing others, essentially saying she's worked with him extensively and believes Kesha 100%. 

    He's a sex offender and doesn't deserve to continue having a high-profile position of influence and respect. Allowing him to continue his career as if nothing happened sends a hugely contradictory message to society, especially children, adolescents, and young adults, about whether taking advantage of someone sexually really is a serious crime or not (and it is).

    And no flash-in-the-pan pop hit is worth any female artist giving up their self-respect to work with this piece of garbage.


  17. I honestly thought that commercial was a joke the first time I saw it, precisely because of that line OP mentioned. It seemed so cocky and not what I was used to at all from Britney. Plus, I expected more since the "Curious" commercial was gorgeous.

    But it's been hit and miss since then, the "Radiance" one is absurd, but "Fantasy Twist" and "Private Show" are great.