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JessicaPetterson

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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from Chris88 in Taylor Swift Does Not Need Saving On New Song “Call It What You Want”: Listen   
    The guy is her boyfriend of one year, Joe Alwyn. She wrote the song last year probably when things were really bad, so it was more relevant then. 
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from MX3 in Taylor Swift Unleashes Electric “Ready For It” Music Video   
    She's liking posts on Tumblr confirming what the meaning is:
    "Ready for it illuminates how the media/society have so tirelessly tried to absolutely sabotage taylor swift’s soul, ravage her kind disposition and quite overtly vandalise her reputation. the fabricated, dark version of taylor embodies the negative image of her they’ve conjured up and torn down for years, where her intellect, power, sexuality and success have all been questioned and subjected to persecution. despite anything she says or does, the past few years have been akin to a witch hunt, where her actions have so often been scrutinised based off preconceived conclusions of who she is at her core. The taylor we see prevail is the one who’s spent years overwhelmingly imprisoned. even though she’s vulnerable and exposed, the power of her voice absolutely shatters the walls surrounding her. with innate resilience and empowerment as her impenetrable suit of armour, she so fiercely rises onwards and upwards, quite far above the shadows of the false facade that’s haunted her. in shedding a single tear, she’s illuminating the sheer relief she’s now feeling after all this time. her eyes glisten with hope whilst she’s glowing brighter than ever. she’s truly free."
    and
    "She was caged. She felt trapped. She felt defeated. She felt owned by others. She felt like sh!t. She was being picked, poked, and made to be something she wasn’t. She was provoked and made to fight when she didn’t want to. SO SHE STOOD UP. She stood up for herself and for her own being and to be freed from the witches that were trying to destroy her and make a living by ruining her life. AND SHE FREED HERSELF"
    See her likes here: https://www.tumblr.com/liked/by/taylorswift
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from MX3 in Taylor Swift Unleashes Electric “Ready For It” Music Video   
    She's liking posts on Tumblr confirming what the meaning is:
    "Ready for it illuminates how the media/society have so tirelessly tried to absolutely sabotage taylor swift’s soul, ravage her kind disposition and quite overtly vandalise her reputation. the fabricated, dark version of taylor embodies the negative image of her they’ve conjured up and torn down for years, where her intellect, power, sexuality and success have all been questioned and subjected to persecution. despite anything she says or does, the past few years have been akin to a witch hunt, where her actions have so often been scrutinised based off preconceived conclusions of who she is at her core. The taylor we see prevail is the one who’s spent years overwhelmingly imprisoned. even though she’s vulnerable and exposed, the power of her voice absolutely shatters the walls surrounding her. with innate resilience and empowerment as her impenetrable suit of armour, she so fiercely rises onwards and upwards, quite far above the shadows of the false facade that’s haunted her. in shedding a single tear, she’s illuminating the sheer relief she’s now feeling after all this time. her eyes glisten with hope whilst she’s glowing brighter than ever. she’s truly free."
    and
    "She was caged. She felt trapped. She felt defeated. She felt owned by others. She felt like sh!t. She was being picked, poked, and made to be something she wasn’t. She was provoked and made to fight when she didn’t want to. SO SHE STOOD UP. She stood up for herself and for her own being and to be freed from the witches that were trying to destroy her and make a living by ruining her life. AND SHE FREED HERSELF"
    See her likes here: https://www.tumblr.com/liked/by/taylorswift
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    JessicaPetterson reacted to iZacaree in Taylor Swift’s Music Video For “Ready For It” Looks INSANE   
    Say what you want about Taylor, but she always DELIVERS when it comes to her music videos. Working with Joseph Kahn was the best thing she's ever done for her visuals. They seem to work so well together, and she's actually doing what we wish all of our favorite artists would do - she's making pop music into a huge, blockbuster event again (like MJ and Madonna).
    Taylor knows how to run her damn business, and she's in total control of her career. The same can't be said for most other mainstream artists. On top of that, she actually has a great relationship with her fans (watching and commenting on their Instagram livestreams, showing up at their houses, sending them gifts, and inviting them to her houses for the Secret Sessions). THIS is why Taylor is so successful. Other artists need to take notes.
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from KLicious in When did the media and people turn against her?   
    1. In 2002, when Crossroads was released and she broke off with Justin. The media wanted an excuse to rip shreds off her and they got two for the price of one ("bad" movie and bad breakup).
    2. Honestly, the public was always sort of against her until around 2011-2012. There was massive hatred for her in general because she was believed to be a manufactured singer, people didn't like the lip syncing and older people thought she was always too sexual. Then her breakdown happened so obviously everyone had an opinion about that too. Her current reputation is the best she's ever had it across the board, usually it was just pop fans rooting for her.
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    JessicaPetterson reacted to MAG in This Mashup Of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” With Britney Spears’ “Toxic” Is EVERYTHING   
    I thought that was an amazing visual and really well done. I'm also a sucker for the end when they're talking to each other. I chuckled and realized I may like Taylor a bit. But I don't like her song much 
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    JessicaPetterson reacted to Derrick in This Mashup Of Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” With Britney Spears’ “Toxic” Is EVERYTHING   
    That scene in Taylors video of all the Taylors falling is so fucking amazing. It would have been so awesome to see something like that in a Britney video. 
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from rowelle in Fifth Harmony Throws Shade At Camila Cabello In VMAs Performance   
    I'm living for this typo LOL
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from rowelle in Fifth Harmony Throws Shade At Camila Cabello In VMAs Performance   
    I'm living for this typo LOL
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from KLicious in Official POM 8/20 Thread - Countdown to BRITNEY SINGING LIVE   
    Post is up, we'll merge everything later :D
    She sounds awesome!!!!!
    http://www.breatheheavy.com/britney-spears-covers-bonnie-raitts-something-to-talk-about-live/
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from OneLife in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    I think a better word would be "taboo" lol, illegal doesn't really fit with what she was talking about. Illegal would mean she's not allowed to sing live, whereas she was explaining she never usually cuts the music and just talks/sings with a live mic. It was also shade towards the people who say she never sings live, just her and a microphone.
    It plays into the song she chose, too. "Give them something to talk about" is what someone does when they know people talk sh!t about them, so they actually fuel the fire by playing into exactly what they're saying. She'll pretend she never sings live then really SING live to show them up. 
    Public: "Britney never sings live! I bet she never turns her microphone on! Fake!"
    Britney: "Wow you're so right, this live microphone feels so strange in my hands! [proceeds to sing an entire song live]"
    The whole thing was shade, basically.
    And yes I do think she has something planned.
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from KLicious in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    I think she means "controversial" haha. She seemed to be saying no one would expect her to just have the mic and no music, so she was feeling the same "shock" about it too. 
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from Iexpectyouto in So why didn't Britney sing more during Carpool Karaoke?   
    I find it hard to believe she sang nine albums in a voice that isn't hers though? Like yes, in the very beginning her label said they "changed" her voice, but the idea that she'd really sing for this long in a voice she can't comfortably perform with in a live setting?? Then again, in the whole 2005-2007 era, many of her demos were in her "old" voice...I don't know.....
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from OneLife in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    I think a better word would be "taboo" lol, illegal doesn't really fit with what she was talking about. Illegal would mean she's not allowed to sing live, whereas she was explaining she never usually cuts the music and just talks/sings with a live mic. It was also shade towards the people who say she never sings live, just her and a microphone.
    It plays into the song she chose, too. "Give them something to talk about" is what someone does when they know people talk sh!t about them, so they actually fuel the fire by playing into exactly what they're saying. She'll pretend she never sings live then really SING live to show them up. 
    Public: "Britney never sings live! I bet she never turns her microphone on! Fake!"
    Britney: "Wow you're so right, this live microphone feels so strange in my hands! [proceeds to sing an entire song live]"
    The whole thing was shade, basically.
    And yes I do think she has something planned.
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from Iexpectyouto in So why didn't Britney sing more during Carpool Karaoke?   
    I find it hard to believe she sang nine albums in a voice that isn't hers though? Like yes, in the very beginning her label said they "changed" her voice, but the idea that she'd really sing for this long in a voice she can't comfortably perform with in a live setting?? Then again, in the whole 2005-2007 era, many of her demos were in her "old" voice...I don't know.....
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from Iexpectyouto in So why didn't Britney sing more during Carpool Karaoke?   
    It's obvious she and James didn't really click with each other. He was way more closed off than usual, and I think she was shy. She also said they had a lot of people following them, so she might've been distracted. 
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    JessicaPetterson reacted to Itachi in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Because it's really ridiculous that she gets headlines for singing live.  like come on, a singer singing live? That's news to me.
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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

  23. Upvote
    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

  24. Upvote
    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from OneLife in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    I think a better word would be "taboo" lol, illegal doesn't really fit with what she was talking about. Illegal would mean she's not allowed to sing live, whereas she was explaining she never usually cuts the music and just talks/sings with a live mic. It was also shade towards the people who say she never sings live, just her and a microphone.
    It plays into the song she chose, too. "Give them something to talk about" is what someone does when they know people talk sh!t about them, so they actually fuel the fire by playing into exactly what they're saying. She'll pretend she never sings live then really SING live to show them up. 
    Public: "Britney never sings live! I bet she never turns her microphone on! Fake!"
    Britney: "Wow you're so right, this live microphone feels so strange in my hands! [proceeds to sing an entire song live]"
    The whole thing was shade, basically.
    And yes I do think she has something planned.
  25. Upvote
    JessicaPetterson got a reaction from BraveNewGolosaGirl in Britney Spears Covers Bonnie Raitt's "Something To Talk About" Live!   
    Hear her amazing live cover NOW!




    POP EMERGENCY!


    It seemed like Britney Spears' latest Piece Of Me show was going to cruise along at a normal pace tonight - that is until she suddenly dropped the theatrics, picked up a mic and SANG the hell out of Bonnie Raitt's classic "Something To Talk About"!

    Full video:



    Some alternate angles:






    It's easy to see why Spears chose this particular song. Aside from her penchant for 90s female country-pop, the lyrics address those who like to talk without knowing the full story, and kicking up a bit of deliberate controversy just to witness their inevitable reaction. No doubt Brit was throwing some serious shade when she remarked that holding a mic with no backing music felt "illegal" before stating "I'm a Southern girl, I keep it real, I just wanna make sure I give you motherf*ckers something to talk about". QUEEN.

    Something To Talk About originally peaked at #5 on Billboard, back in 1991:



    Is this a special one-off performance? Is Britney planning on incorporating more live performances into Piece Of Me's final leg? Should we expect a Bonnie Raitt covers album? Is it safe to speculate about a Superbowl performance? Who knows?

    Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale.


    And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.