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  1. The costume just looks fine but this is such an underrated look!! I never see anyone talk about this- but she looked so incredible in this!
  2. Maybe I’m being really down on Britney’s abilities but I think this has more sustained movement than basically any post 2004 choreography. There’s essentially no empty walking parts here and a lot of ‘bottom Half’ legs/feet/hips movement. If I saw Britney pull this off on stage with the visuals, costuming, attitude etc I think it would be a very ****, cool number. Britney hasn’t really had a difficult intense dance number since 2004, but this doesn’t look messy/empty/prop heavy like some of the 2008-now routines do. When I watch these rehearsals yes she wasn’t back to 2004 levels of demand, but they seem to have a cohesion and style and bite that she hasn’t had in a long time, with a few exceptions here and there.
  3. I have no problem with Brit’s videos, but I don’t get the same vibe- this vid seems very purposeful/ exact. Brit’s are so candid and raw.
  4. This dude seems genuinely unwell. I hope the stan doing this to him gets bored soon, it’s getting hard to watch
  5. Obviously we don’t know about her medication so who knows what she was on- but she looked really good a lot of the time, especially during the live shows I think it really boils down to the fact that Britney was a terrible choice to be a live TV judge. Simon had an image of who and what Britney was based on her career and she is simply not that. Her stage persona is so different from Britney the person. It was an insane pay cheque for her, but she hates press, she hates interacting with people she doesn’t know, she’s super guarded etc she’s uncomfortable in basically every interview we’ve seen since 2007 with a few exceptions. I don’t think it’s fair to say her team forced her to do it- she said herself Simon and her shared a makeup artist and that’s how talk of it started- she likely saw dollar signs and as we saw she didn’t HAVE to judge or act a certain way- she was very typically Britney with her short comments and facial expressions and even a lot of her clothes. So fair play to her for cashing in and doing it her way- even if it didn’t cast her in the best light. Even the interviews above yes she’s acting normal but she’s not acting like the highest paid celeb judge in tv- chomping gum, giving clipped answers, starting to walk away when she’s over it, she was doing all of it on her own terms. I think the biggest factor is shows like that are complete nonsense- staged, over-produced, hype, the Britney ca Christina voice feud etc and Britney hates that. I think the concept of a lot of Hollywood productions now really turn her off. They attempted to drag her into a few storylines- the diva, the harsh judge, fighting with Simon, weird fans singing her songs badly, don Phillips etc and she was just not having any of it. Judges on these shows have to pretend they give a **** about beating each other, ridiculing the bad auditions, they have to overact and overstate everything- it’s all completely constructed- and Britney just isn’t about that. think about it- why would Britney give af about ‘beating’ Demi or a kid she mentors for one hour a week going home etc it’s all nonsense. I actually think her attitude really highlighted how ridiculous the concept actually is when Simon etc had 10 minute comments for terrible singers and made it this big philosophical speech- when they know full rightly producers target people like that for the bad TV of it all- Britney’s reactions I think really captured the insanity of it all, we’re just so desensitised to it. sorry for the rant lol
  6. It’s funny what little things you remember! And how much digital marketing has changed since those early days.
  7. I know, you’re totally right, she was horrible. And definitely think she should acknowledge retrospectively it was wrong. But I do think she had a job and did it- and like all roasts it was meant to be funny- people now only see just how lost and troubled Britney was unfortunately.
  8. Wow I’m stunned by this- which shows how silenced she has been in recent years- that’s I can hardly believe someone close to her actually says something real and direct?!
  9. Agree. Also this Twitter think is literally just looking for some clout. I haven’t even seen that clip before, so no need to resurface it. Yes it was personally jokes and crappy jokes but she was paid to do a roast. She knows her kids aren’t mistakes- that’s literally the point of a roast. MTV should not have scheduled a roast of someone who was so clearly on a downward spiral- that’s how it becomes more bullying than roast.
  10. I literally know nothing about him, so I might be wrong, he seems like a harmless dope here. But strong disagree! I think cancel culture is super damaging! Like truly on a deep psychological level I think it warps people’s perception on what and how they have a right to ‘own’ public figures and in the UK at least there have been several high profile suicides because of it the past few years. We have all said offensive and stupid stuff in our lives. If things aren’t malicious I think we should be aiming to educate rather than aggressively attack someone for mistakes. God knows Britney has said some things that wouldn’t fly in 2021 that we wouldn’t want her to be targeted for. Deep for a Britney forum, I know, but it’s just something I feel pretty strongly about.
  11. Totally agree, it’s totally stupid. I’m sure he looks back on things like this and cringes too. But, like Michael Jackson, her name is brought up on things like this (and the Jimmy kimmell/fallon skits etc) to laugh at her and make fun of her. The producers of these shows frame her in a really bad light and want guests to go with low blows. One thing I really dislike is artists talking about how they like a Britney song often feel they have to frame it as ‘a guilty pleasure’.
  12. Yeah it’s stupid, but he also looks like a kid here who probably didn’t know any better. Britney’s breakdown hasn’t been framed as a serious issue until very recently. It was a pop culture joke that was doubled down on by the world really. Someone his age for a while probably does know Britney as the woman who shaved her head. Again, not saying this is cool, it’s cringey af, but I hate this cancel culture picking out every little thing anyone ever says or does. It’s not this guy’s fault that there is systemic corruption. Go after the big dogs that actually make a difference, not idiots who are swept up in the rhetoric.
  13. In fairness the small bit of dancing the Brit stand in here is decent- she’s actually w by arms and legs. This is as good as any post-2004 stage choreography.
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