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Posts posted by JChristian

  1. I think she regrets the entire Bangerz era (and that crap she did afterwards.) She's older now and smokes less weed allegedly. So she's probably able to look back with a clear view and perspective of some of the things she's done. That's part of growing up. 

     It's an iconic video and song, but I get why she would be embarrassed of it at this point. I'm sure Britney, Madonna and alot of other pop artist have moments in their career that make then cringe in hindsight. 

     Most of them just don't say what those moments are though. 




  2. I'd be excited if this year's Golden Globe noms made any sense whatsoever. 

    I don't understand how Christopher Plumber receives a nomination for a performance he literally shot (Kevin Spacey reshoot) last month? And Ridley Scott receives a nod for a film that hasn't come out yet and he hasn't even finished editing the film.:ponderney: No one (critics) has seen the damn film so how can the film or it's actors be nominated? 

     Girls Trip receives zero nods, not even a Best Comedy/Musical nomination? Even though it was the only female driven comedy this year to gross over $100 million at the BO? 

     And how the hell do Greta Gerwig (First film to receive a 100%  RT scoring), and Jordan Peele not receive Best Director nods for Ladybird and Get Out? 

    Congrats to Mariah but the fuckery has officially started for this award season.:nyheadache: 

  3. 6 minutes ago, Diamond Horse said:

    Yes and on top of that I am not surprised. She has always shown talent with her demos, songwriting etc :) She has always shown substance, it has always wanted to burst right out.

    I agree. Her demos are better than her early album material. I still bump "Let Me Go" on my post breakup playlist. :kidcries:

  4. 3 hours ago, Dripping For Britney said:




    Theres probably still so many assholes out there thinking that because of keshas previous party girl image that she somehow brought it upon herself :ineedthetruth:

     It's sad if that's the case. Kesha's story is no less relevant than Taylor's (not to take anything from Taylor or any of these women.)  I'm sure Kesha doesn't care about the recognition but I feel she deserves a bit more of it. Considering she has gone through hell and back over the last three years personally and professionally. 

     She's courageously  told her story and released one of the best pop efforts this year imo. Yes, she's still fighting for her artistic freedom but just that fight alone is something to admire and recognize. 

     Either way I've developed a great deal of respect for Kesha over this past year. To see the artist she is becoming is  cool thing. :wigsnatched:

  5. 14 minutes ago, ShowdownITZ said:

    She’s credited as one of the writers when she probably didn’t even change a word :whitney:

    Britney didn’t go down as the main artist of the song :whitney:

    Exactly, as much as I love her ( and loathe her fans) Beyonce won't even show up to an award show unless she is going to win something. Or she gets to perform a 30 minute concert. 

    There's no way she is going to be featured on this song and not have a writing credit all of a sudden. :donewithit:

  6. 27 minutes ago, ATWK said:

    Her version is outselling the original and she's credited as a main artist, not a feature. That's why she got the credit. Billboard is crediting her for the #1 and, at the end of the day, they're the ones making the rules when it comes to the Hot 100, not you.

    And I'm not sure where you're getting with that last part. It's impressing the she can still get #1 singles after two decades in the industry.

    And, no, she won't take credit for credit for creating Nala. What a weak attempt at shade..


    You poor thing. :ririshade2:

  7. 15 minutes ago, ATWK said:

    She's credited as a main artist so it IS her #1.


    OT: This place is already seething and song hasn't even gone #1 yet. How will these bitches survive the Lion King era? :tiffcackle:

    Wasn't "Perfect" a song already on Ed Sheridan's album? Beyonce was not one of those song writers so it's not her song boo. She's a featured artist (Nicki Minaj) But any number one after nine years is something. 


    I wonder if Beyonce will take credit for creating Nala? :whitney: