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Just now, jonloch1 said:

you know what ive just thought just by reading your post, if she really did record an album called Pretty World in 2014/2015 which was scrapped, how hasnt any demos leaked like the original doll's demos has? 

I think I read a rumor that some of the songs for Pretty World ended up going over to Glory. I hear Man on the Moon and Love Me Down I think were part of Pretty World. Its possible it didn't get that far into development.

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Is her cousin her love interest in the video? 

To me the biggest mistery to this day is what really happened in 2007/8. I know she doesn't owe anyone an explanation but the one she gave in FTR (people shave their heads all the time) was too simple

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1 minute ago, MyahJeanSpears said:

I think I read a rumor that some of the songs for Pretty World ended up going over to Glory. I hear Man on the Moon and Love Me Down I think were part of Pretty World. Its possible it didn't get that far into development.

But i heard that Pretty World was gunna be completely different sounding to Glory, very poppy like Pretty Girls was but when PG flopped, thats why they scrapped the album and changed the sound completely. But then ive just remembered that Britney did say she worked on Glory for 2 and a 1/2 years so yeh maybe you're right. Maybe she just recorded 2 or 3 'pretty world' rough song demos, released PG then when PG flopped they managed to permanently get rid of them

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3 hours ago, jonloch1 said:

you know what ive always wanted to know [well ever since it came out in 2004 obviously], what the hell was Britney and her team thinking making the Everytime video?? They must have surely known the backlash it was going to have. i wanna know what the discussion was like when they were coming up with the concept and particularly when  they film the scene she drowns in the bathtub, how the hell everyone including britney filmed it without thinking maybe this isnt a good idea is what i dont understand

and obviously why did she really shave her head? and what the hell did she see in Kevin? 

Everytime was even censored. Britney wanted it even more graphic - to which I was COMPLETELY down for!

Tired of her being forced to be a watered down artist due to “her image”, “her brand”, “her target audience” etc. 

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6 hours ago, MyahJeanSpears said:

The FAMOS surprise

We don't know what was the surprise in particular, but we do know what was the project about and why was it scrapped:

 

On 8/4/2017 at 6:13 AM, Steel Magnolia said:

Almost Famos: A Good Start-Up Gone Bad

By John Clarke • 11/25/13 6:43pm

A fair amount of noise was made recently when it was reported that Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones had lost an untold sum of his estimated net worth of $300 million in a failed Internet start-up. How could Mr. Jagger, a seasoned rock star who studied at the London School of Economics and famous for his shrewd business acumen, get fleeced in a bad business deal? In short, he didn’t. But Mr. Jagger was involved in the Internet venture called Famos, along with Eurythmics guitarist Dave Stewart and singer Britney Spears. But none of them, it turns out, lost money. I spoke with Famos founder Rent Sidon to find out the story.

Mr. Sidon was strumming a guitar when he met Mr. Stewart in 2011 in Los Angeles at the School of Rock, where their sons were performing. A casual chat sparked the idea for a technology development company named Famos that would connect artists and fans in a more meaningful, mutually benefiting way. Mr. Stewart, no stranger to fame, fans and music, liked the idea so much that he brought in Mr. Jagger (Mr. Stewart and Mr. Jagger had been recording music together for months in a band called Super Heavy). “He brought in Mick, and we unofficially joined forces,” Mr. Sidon said.

Then came William Morris Endeavor super agent Jason Trawick and his then-fiancée, Ms. Spears. Mr. Sidon hired Mr. Trawick away from Endeavor, where he represented an A-list roster of celebrities including Ms. Spears, Taylor Swift, Dwight Yoakam, Hilary Duff and Heidi Klum. In his new position at Famos, Mr. Sidon said Mr. Trawick would continue to work closely with the Endeavor and, presumably, with the firm’s clients. It’s unclear if Mr. Trawick, at the time, intended to bring along his clients as investors in Famos. If he did, he would certainly have had access to sizable Hollywood bank accounts. Either way, Mr. Trawick said at the time, channeling Spinal Tap bassist Derek Smalls, “I’m humbled to be a part of such a visionary partnership.”

In May 2011, it was announced that Mr. Trawick was joining Famos to run, according to a press release, “a media syndication platform, specifically tailored to address the unique needs of individuals and entities with broad digital reach and influence.” Messrs. Jagger and Stewart were named as partners. “As agents, we’re constantly getting pitched deals with some new technology that’s going to revolutionize this or monetize that, when basically they’re all just reading off the same script,” Mr. Trawick said. “Famos is a different animal—a disruptive technology that respects the artist and values the fan, which is basically everything my clients ever wanted.”

Mr. Sidon explains the online referral service this way: “We would be the agent for every single fan out there. We would take a 10 percent commission on any money generated from anything a fan ever did online. For instance, a fan might, in a text, email or tweet, say, “Oh, my God, I just saw Britney Spears,” and I click on her name and then later go out buy a Britney Spears ticket. That fan then gets the commission. They are the rightful recipient in our minds. Somebody is profiting off this, so it might as well be the consumers. These referral fees are out there. They’re built into the cost of goods sold already.”

People took notice. Interested investors included television networks, musicians and celebrities, claimed Mr. Sidon. It was going to be huge in every way. The plan was to launch—no, to carpet bomb, as he puts it—the world. They ran a beta test with Ms. Spears and were happy with the results. It was ready to go live. The idea was to time it with the Rolling Stones 50th anniversary tour. They would make a huge splash. Famos signed a contract with the Rolling Stones, but the Stones pushed back tour dates. Time started to slip away. “It was difficult to sit around for 18 months,” Mr. Sidon lamented. “You can’t do that with a start-up. It killed us. But it’s not their fault, and it’s not our fault. The reality is big boys play with big boys, and Famos was not yet a big boy.”

The initial investment dried up. Then the loans came due. By July, Mr. Sidon had lost everything he owned and filed for bankruptcy. 

On the morning of Aug. 18, The New York Post breathlessly reported that Mr. Jagger had lost a chunk of his fortune in a tech start-up gone bad, namely Famos LLC. Citing an out-of-date press release, the Post reported that Messrs. Jagger and Stewart were primary investors in the company. The truth, it turned out, was that neither had yet invested.

But Mr. Sidon and his primary investors, a collection of friends and family, lost it all. According to documents filed by Mr. Sidon’s attorney on behalf of his client in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Central District of California in Los Angeles, Mr. Sidon launched Famos LLC in January of 2009 and closed the company in July of 2013, filing for bankruptcy on Aug. 1, claiming 30 creditors seeking $1.5 million, including back taxes. At the time of filing, Mr. Sidon claimed he had, among a few other possessions, only $100 in his checking account and a Ford Explorer with 55,000 miles on it.

“It’s business, and it hurts badly,” pines Mr. Sidon, whose previous music biz experience seems to amount to having been a PA on the rocker film Eddie and the Cruisers and a cool photo on an about.me page for Famos that quotes George Bernard Shaw: “Hell is full of musical amateurs.” “It was the coalition of 10 years of work for me, and it’s a total loss. I know it was a great idea, though. But behind the pantheon of great ideas, there’s a graveyard of great ideas. I think Famos deserves some prime real estate there.”

SOURCE: https://observer.com/2013/11/almost-famos-a-good-start-up-gone-bad/

 

On 8/4/2017 at 6:19 AM, Steel Magnolia said:

This was famos*...

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/famosdotcom

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/Famos-179131779366/

The owner of famos, Rent Sidon:
https://twitter.com/bibl_io

 

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 I am a performer. I am a Mom. I am funny. I am your friend! I am Britney Jean

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24 minutes ago, PokemonSpears said:

Não sabemos qual foi a surpresa em particular, mas sabemos sobre o que era o projeto e por que foi descartado:

 

Nice to have come back about, bc my friend once said that Famos's surprise was just a drawing to go on stage at IWG (Femme Fatale Tour). That she won and saw Trawick, and he said something like that to her. She was on the show in 2011. Look the facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Famos-179131779366/) have photos of the tour. Trawick who asked her to go on stage, she had no contact with Britney.

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1) Does Marilyn Monroe transferred in Britneys 2 years old body 2? 

2) Did Britney planed all of this to expose all the abusers and secretly recording her life from 2003 and was that the reason of her to broke up with JT cause he didn't wanted it (but he knows about it)?

3) was her public breakdown planned by the industry which wanted to destroy her name cause she was getting bigger and was only 24 and don't wanted her to be back in business (it begun when she was 19 and latley involved artists like Xtina, Beyonce, Avril lavigne, JT, some big hip-hop artists ertists etc)

4) Can I be sure that one of the 3 above is 100% true?

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Why nothing of oops... album has been leaked? No official stems or even acapellas (expect for that LQ incomplete oops... I did it again one which was ripped from the remix "game" from her website back in 2000), no demos, no unreleased tracks, nothing. All of her other albums have multiple leaks and every once in a while more is leaked but still we have nothing of oops... WHY? :zoomzoom:

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8 hours ago, jonloch1 said:

how hasnt any demos leaked like the original doll's demos has?

Original Doll confuses me so much, like was it just something she was recording with her band without her labels knowledge? You would think so and that would make sense for it not to leak but then it was confirmed she was working on new material in the studio, what was that new material????? Was it Original Doll or was it something entirely different :snooptoya:

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4 hours ago, Danielle1987 said:

Everytime was even censored. Britney wanted it even more graphic - to which I was COMPLETELY down for!

Tired of her being forced to be a watered down artist due to “her image”, “her brand”, “her target audience” etc. 

I know this makes me sound like one of those who complains about how Britney "needs to be a rolemodel" but it IS a good thing in general the video concept was changed. Imitation suicide happens a lot so if the original video Britney intended for was released then it likely wouldn't have been a good idea... (I don't think she needs to be a role model, just from a business stand-point, it being scrapped makes sense)

I agree though, wish she could expand from songs about love and dancing, Original Doll would have been a masterpiece :yesplease:

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8 hours ago, jonloch1 said:

you know what ive always wanted to know [well ever since it came out in 2004 obviously], what the hell was Britney and her team thinking making the Everytime video?? They must have surely known the backlash it was going to have. i wanna know what the discussion was like when they were coming up with the concept and particularly when  they film the scene she drowns in the bathtub, how the hell everyone including britney filmed it without thinking maybe this isnt a good idea is what i dont understand

and obviously why did she really shave her head? and what the hell did she see in Kevin? 

The reason of shaving her head is very obviously if you ask me :fran:

 

what i still find very odd, is that radar is included on two albums. Like, how is that even possible? Its so confusing. Are there any other artist with a song released on two different albums at all? :katyclown:

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