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BoyToySoldier

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  1. 18 hours ago, The Greatest Show said:

    trolling obviously. Why would she tell random paparazzi about her new music.

     

    18 hours ago, ShatteredMyWorld said:

    I figured it could have gone both ways. On one hand, she did troll them pretty often. But on the other, she did give them some exclusives now and again.

     

    18 hours ago, breaktheiceofmrv said:

     

     

    1 hour ago, Iexpectyouto said:

    totally trolling. you can see her smirking after she says it. 

    jesus this made me sad. "my face looks bad" and covering up her lips...it mustve been hell for someone with anxiety like her to be in situations like that ALL the time. it made me anxious just watching it. im so glad this part of her life is over. 

    She wasn’t trolling.

    • "Somewhere" - On January 16, 2008, Britney was seen holding a demo CD in her car that was labeled '7-17-06' (July 17, 2006). On the top, 'Britney' is written, and below this, "Somewhere" is written, with 'Ruff' written below it (to view a close-up picture of the CD she was holding, click here, or click here to view a picture of Britney holding the CD). This song was most likely an unfinished/rough demo recorded for the "Blackout" album in July 2006.

    The photo could still be out there, but she did record a song called “Somewhere” for Blackout and she might have referred to it as “Someone”.


  2. I like it but I would swap some of them.

    ...Baby One More Time

    Oops!... I Did It Again

    (You Drive Me) Crazy or Stronger or Circus or Piece Of Me

    Toxic

    Gimme More

    Womanizer

    Till The World Ends

    Scream & Shout

     I honestly wouldn’t include Slave because it will slow down the momentum and she won’t do the original routine anymore so why bother?


  3. So basically you’re just pushing for this collaboration based on popularity. Which by the way, is very locally based. Their music is not topping the charts here. That Mic Drop collaboration with Steve Aoki peaked at #28 and was certified Gold. Good for them as a K-Pop band. As for Britney... well, so was Make Me and that peaked higher. So it’s not a fair trade here.

    Not to mention K-Pop is aesthetically based, there’s no substance or sonic evolution that Britney needs at this point of her career, it’s just Britney Jean on cocaine.

    Also, exposing Britney to their fanbase isn’t going to do anything because they have more to gain from Britney than she does from them. Britney is more global and has an established career.


  4. 2 hours ago, fucknfurter said:

    I already said this in the actual topic about his performance, but it was okay. He could have delivered it five years ago and people would be eating his s--t from a spoon; it's just trendy to hate him now. (*Edit: I don't mean here; the Army has always hated him. I mean on Twitter and other social media, including the press. It benefits them to tear him down now.)

    But the Prince thing was still a tacky effin gimmick, and that's that. :queenflopga:

     

    12 minutes ago, danny1994 said:

    I liked it too. It’s very polarizing though, half the YouTube comments are positive and half are negative.

    The SJW Twitter Takedown movement is real. Everyone that was considered to have problematic history is at stake, especially if you’re male, white or both.

    I’m honestly glad Britney’s always stayed in her lane and was never discriminatory, hateful or detrimental to POC. We dodged a bullet here. :orangu: