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  1. I like HTFY as an album song, but I'm not sure about it working as a single. Slumber Party didn't flop because it was a bad song or had a bad video, it was mostly Britney not promoting it at all and just doing like three very lowkey performances with Tinashe, who isn't really relevant herself (don't come for me, I actually like her). Honestly, I'm more mad at her for not releasing one of the freshest songs she has released in a long time, which is Change Your Mind. It''s catchy, sounds like the **** Britney we've always loved, and I can't keep imagining how amazing the choreo and possible music video would have been. With the right promo and maybe a latino feature (Ozuna, Maluma, J Balvin, etc.), it had potential to be a top 10 hit, no doubt.
  2. I know this is a high on Britney's career and basically everything on that era was perfect, but I can't stand how she looks in these pictures. They aren't bad, it's just that Britney had such a natural beauty at that time, and all the Photoshop makes her look like a totally different person. She already had an amazing body, but they made her look overly thin for this shoot.
  3. The thing about the old Britney is that she used to have the best attitude while dancing, and even when the choreography wasn't too complicated, it looked flawless. Currentney dances way too fast, and doesn't really feel the music when moving. I hate when people do these kind of videos, because I want to enjoy her the way she is now.
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