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  1. The marketing executive is probably going to be Jeff Fenster, the A&R who first got Britney signed to Jive Imagine if it was Steve Lunt though That would be insane especially considering how much time they spent together back in the day
  2. The New York Times published a new article about their forthcoming documentary, Framing Britney Spears. It premieres on Friday, Feb. 5, at 10 p.m. on FX and streaming on Hulu. The documentary, “Framing Britney Spears,” features interviews with key insiders, including: a lifelong family friend who traveled alongside Spears for much of her career the marketing executive who originally created Spears’s image a lawyer currently working on the conservatorship and the lawyer Spears tried to hire in the early days of the conservatorship to challenge her father Below is a copy + paste of the article: The new film, on FX and Hulu, also explores the fervent fan base that is convinced Spears should be liberated from the conservatorship, and re-examines the media’s handling of one of the biggest pop stars of all time.
  3. So much of that thread feels like a reach, particularly this bit There's literally pictures of Britney holding that same book back in 2007 https://shampoo/thumbnails.php?album=5250
  4. Interesting. Bloodshy also cut some tracks with her for Britney Jean but they didn't make the cut either So much wasted potential
  5. The New York Times is releasing a documentary special on Britney called "Framing Britney Spears." It's out on Feb. 5 on Hulu and FX. Here is a synopsis via Rotten Tomatoes: Are YOU watching, Exhale?
  6. She was definitely rebelling at that time This happened right in the middle of the Circus tour. She clearly didn't want to go on tour, not under James' terms at least This was also around the time Sam Lutfi's sister gave her a burner phone with both Sam and Adnan Ghalib's numbers at a hotel spa. She probably used that very phone on one of the leaked tapes
  7. Seriously, do you know how iconic you are I'm telling you the whole noodles4surf era was such a legendary moment To this day there are people who think it's actually Britney singing this
  8. Are you the real Bridie Heaton??? @Jordan Miller Please get her to do a Q&A asap
  9. I know magazines in general aren't as relevant as they once were but this is huge. As always, however, they got a lot of wrong https://time.com/5921720/britney-spears-conservatorship-free-britney/
  10. Thanks. I'll definitely try that out I've been thinking about creating a public Excel sheet which all of you guys could update and edit with more info I'll make sure to post the link once I make it Which songs am I missing A supposed "insider" tweeted about it last year. They gather stuff from all over the net but mostly ATRL since that's where most oldheads still hang around so I think it could be possible I just like to believe Britney recorded every song ever to be honest But really as I've said before, until we get confirmation that the Work ***** vocals that were used on POM were actually meant for Britney Jean and not recorded afterwards, I will still label it as not recorded. I'm just very OCD about it It's not exclusive to Britney Jean though. I also labelled songs such as Kiss Me All Over or Follow My Fingers as unfinished because even though she recorded bits and pieces, the overall song is still pretty much not finished It gets more tricky with songs like Dangerous, Tom's Diner or Get It since she never recorded the bridge for those first two songs and as Tim Goldsworthy explained Get It was put together with random ad-libs Britney freestyled based on the lyrics she and James Murphy wrote together yet all these songs sound like a finished product Regardless, I think I should stick to labelling songs as recorded or not recorded, the possible variations of a song and as someone pointed out claryfing whether or not a song was released (Which is also complicated as there's songs like the It Feels Nice rap which appeared on a promotional CD but it wasn't released elsewhere and I'm pretty sure there's songs that were first offered to Britney and were later giving to other artists but they didn't release them either so there's that )
  11. The cover itself is fake, it was posted on Coverlandia back in 2009 https://coverlandia.blogspot.com/2008/12/britney-spears-circus-singles-era.html Now, people back then were definitely claiming to have heard the song in both Australia AND France but as has been pointed out before they were probably minor radio stations that took requests from their listeners
  12. I totally recalled Britney mentioning in an interview that Perfume was the last song she recorded, but @PokemonSpears is definitely right. I apologize
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