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  1. 8 hours ago, Sidney Prescott's mother said:

    Oh great,Britney should jump on trends just to have a hit :sneer: again...:sneer:

    Just no..

    She was doing it (jumping on trends) with last 3 albums and she floped,so...:sneer:

    Maybe Britney and her team should focus more artistic and mature album instead of jumping on trends,it's starting to look desperate and is obviously not working out

    FF didn't flop. 


  2. Just now, ShowdownITZ said:

     

    Which era disappointed you guys more BJ or Glory?

    BJ all the way. The album wasn't ready to be shown, she wasn't focusing on the album at all. Glory era was short but good. We had several promo performances, nice interviews, and some festival shows (even though she wasn't promoting the album, she still managed to perform three songs from it, same amount of songs that Circus tour had from the album). Yes, I'm still angry about Make Me music video (not because the first one was scrapped, I think that video was a mess and had nothing to do with the song) but if she wasn't happy with that one, she could had been able to create a better video than the one released. 


  3. 1 minute ago, MindExplorer said:

    well she was the one that started the trend with femme fatale

    Not really. Femme Fatale is pop/dance. The EDM trend was settled by Avicii with Wake Me Up. will.i.am jumped onto that direction immediately though. 


  4. 1 minute ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    But were they not paying attention to the trends? :kyliecry: Bangerz was smashing, that was urban based. ARTPOP was tanking, that was EDM based. :kyliecry:

    Bangerz was smashing because of the mess Miley was back then, not because of the music. 


  5. Just now, BoyToySoldier said:

    I still have no idea what made them go the other way, bleach her hair and get will.i.am back on board. :kyliecry:

    will.i.am was already the executive producer when she was recording with the urban producers. I guess the Vegas deal changed it all. They decided to go with an easier direction (EDM was everywhere back then). 


  6. 9 minutes ago, BoyToySoldier said:

    It was literally too good to be true. New hair, tired sad face gone, urban songs being recorded. :kyliecry:

    I was hyped as f**k. The S&S remix and the Hit Boy produced songs confirmed hyped me so high. I wish some of that material leaks eventually. 


  7. 16 hours ago, zxcvb said:

    Didn't Andre Fuentes get cut from the Circus Tour and, as result, his choreography getting cut to?

    I wonder who choreographed that GMA Circus performance and why it didn't really resemble some of this:

    It's mostly the same choreography but she seems to dance less in the GMA performance than in this.

    But back to Andre, was he cut because of not meeting required drug testing for her team?  That would be unfortunate in the long run because he might have been the only one who could push Britney to look like a good performer in her post-Federline years.

    The promo performances were choreographed by Andre Fuentes and directed by Wade Robson. He was also meant to be the tour director, but he quit due to Britney lack of efforts and Jamie King was hired. 


  8. And people always praise Circusney. There were lots of dissapointments that era. Mannequin fiasco, TCA scrapped performance, that shitty Circus performance on GMA, the playback on the tour plus the almost no public interaction, the begining of Walkney, the TRLfiasco on the FTR premiere, and I could keep going on. It looked like a good era at the begining, but it turned out to be a mess. She looked hot as f**k though, that's something remarkable.