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  1. Great job. Where is the voice over audio at the end of the clip from?
  2. Come celebrate the thrilling cinematic triumph "Crossroads" this Thursday, March 9, at Videology in Brooklyn. There will be Britney-themed drinks, gift bags, prizes, and lots of singing. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spearedco-presents-britney-spears-crossroads-tickets-31401211870
  3. Take a deep breath. If you're having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click Here Film is scheduled to air on February 18. Whether you like it or not, Lifetime's plans to unleash a narrative on the life of Britney Spears is unfolding right before our eyes. Days after the network released the official trailer for the forthcoming biopic, several promotional shots from Britney Ever After surfaced onto the blogosphere, offering fans with insight into the film's wardrobe, subplots and, ahem, overall budget. In a few of the released photos, Natasha Bassett is seen channeling various "Britney" eras as she poses with a budget JT, rocks a budget VMA 07-esque top and performs on a budget stage to what looks like a crowd of 26 extras. Do you see the pattern here? Let's be honest. We all knew that the budget for this film wouldn't be entirely large. After all, it is Lifetime, but it's disappointing that filmmakers couldn't nail some of Spears' most iconic outfits of her early years, at least for these photos. Yes, they included some bedazzled jewels. Yes, there's a minor glimpse of the late '90s pop bubblegum explosion, but that's where the similarities end, folks. If we're going to look on the bright side, they were able to capture the pop titan's image during her 2005 wedding to Kevin Federline. Grab a bottle of vodka and prepare yourself because Britney Ever After hits the mini-screen on Saturday (February 18) at 8 PM ET. Maybe we can turn this whole fiasco into a drinking game? What do you think of the Britney Ever After promo shots? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  4. If you're having trouble viewing this Stackerdecks post: Click Here The writing team at BreatheHeavy.com collectively decided what our Top 20 music videos of 2016 were. Each editor submitted a score for every song, rating them 1-20, and the final results are a collective accumulation of that combined score. The list begins with #20.
  5. And no, it's not the David LaChapelle original. Version appears on Britney's mobile gaming app. Is RCA Records still trying to push Britney Spears' "Make Me" upwards on the charts? It certainly seems like it. After the pop titan's sensual tune appeared in Spotify's new TV spot (in promotion for their Tinder partnership), a new version of the music video surfaced via the singer's "American Dream" mobile app on Tuesday (September 20). For this cut of the video, editors piece together scenes of Britney in those shadowy corridors from the Randee St. Nicholas-directed clip, letting the simplicity factor drive this one home. It's all B. No dancers. No product placement. No man candy. Just Britney, *****. Sure, it's not the most enticing watch, but it's certainly better than the final product. I'd much rather see four minutes of Britney working her hairography with those tricky lights than the Kelly Clarkson-lite video we received. Watch Britney Spears' new version of "Make Me" below! Do you prefer this version of "Make Me" over the official one? Sound off in Exhale!
  6. You gotta love technology! If you weren't feeling that bright yellow ensemble Britney Spears rocked during her 2016 MTV Video Music Awards performance on Sunday (August 28), one talented Internet goer went ahead and changed the color of the outfit (among other things) for a must-see edit of the pop titan’s big number. This version of the performance, which was created by the talented Godtidote, shows viewers what B's soon-to-be-donated one-piece would have looked like in different colors. Additionally, he added a few close-up edits that add a little bit of sparkle to her performance, and we have to admit, it totally worked. Since being uploaded to Britney’s official YouTube account hours after the broadcast, the pop princess' performance has racked up 10 million views, creeping up right behind her killer greatest hits medley from May's Billboard Music Awards. Jamie Lynn Spears spoke about her sibling's return to the VMA stage during a recent interview with "The Bobby Bones Show," admitting that it was a nerve-racking moment for both sisters. "She was confident and happy and to me that is success so I was really happy to see her up there and she looked phenomenal," she told the host. "(It was) extremely nerve wracking. I was very nervous and she was nervous. It was a big deal for her. She gets more nervous than I think people could ever imagine and then they put her on after Beyoncé and I was like 'Why would they do that?'" Meanwhile, G-Eazy confirmed what we were thinking all along. He did try and go in for that kiss. "Not every show goes well, and sometimes you try to kiss somebody on TV and .... I don’t know," he told Minnesota's Star Tribune. Take a look at the newly edited and official versions of Britney Spears' VMA performance below! What do you think of this edited version of the VMA performance? Sound off in Exhale!
  7. Version appears on Britney's mobile gaming app. Is RCA Records still trying to push Britney Spears' "Make Me" upwards on the charts? It certainly seems like it. After the pop titan's sensual tune appeared in Spotify's new TV spot (in promotion for their Tinder partnership), a new version of the music video surfaced via the singer's "American Dream" mobile app on Tuesday (September 20). For this cut of the video, editors piece together scenes of Britney in those shadowy corridors from the Randee St. Nicholas-directed clip, letting the simplicity factor drive this one home. It's all B. No dancers. No product placement. No man candy. Just Britney, *****. Sure, it's not the most enticing watch, but it's certainly better than the final product. I'd much rather see four minutes of Britney working her hairography with those tricky lights than the Kelly Clarkson-lite video we received. Watch Britney Spears' new version of "Make Me" below! Do you prefer this version of "Make Me" over the official one? Sound off in Exhale!
  8. Happy Friday, y'all! Kick off your weekend with some new music from B.After months of agony wondering what song Britney Spears covered for Giorgio Moroder upcoming record 74 Is The New 24, the time has come to bask in the music. On Friday morning (April 24), snippets of the pop titan's cover of Suzanne Vega’s “Tom Diner" hit the blogosphere and her version sounds just as catchy as the original. Rumor has it Moroder actually sings the bridge of the song since Britney reportedly never finished recording the tune. #BetterGiorgioThanMyah Take a listen to the snippets below! Online recording software >> Audio recording and upload >> What do you think of the snippets of Britney's latest cover? Share your reviews in Exhale!http://britneyspears.breatheheavy.com/listen-to-snippets-of-britney-spears-cover-of-toms-diner/'>
  9. Kick off your weekend with some new music from Britney Spears! After months of agony wondering what song Britney Spears covered for Giorgio Moroder upcoming record 74 Is The New 24, the time has come to bask in the music. On Friday morning (April 24), snippets of the pop titan's cover of Suzanne Vega’s “Tom Diner" hit the blogosphere before becoming available for pre-order on iTunes, and her version sounds just as catchy as the original! Moroder sings the bridge of the song since Britney reportedly never finished recording the tune. I open up the paper. There’s a story of an actor who had died while he was drinking. It was no one I had heard of, and I’m turning to the horoscope and looking for the funnies. When I’m feeling someone watching me. It's a stunning an original performance from Miss Spears. Her vocals are Robotics 101 backed by a disco-vibe synth background. Take a listen below and pre-order on iTunes! What do YOU think of Britney's "Tom's Diner?" Share your reviews in Exhale!
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