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12 Ember

About stunna_bitch

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  1. I've never heard that before. She sounds so good. Thanks for posting.
  2. Guys. Really? It's hunting. Some cultures do this for sport. Don't label someone white trash for hunting. I understand that not everyone in the forum is southern but this happens frequently in southern states. It doesn't mean that he's teaching them bad things. If you don't agree with it, that's your prerogative, but don't come down on someone for something you don't understand.
  3. The casting firms usually don't tell you until you get to the set usually. Then you get the confidentiality contracts upon arrival. I'm not sure how they do it, but they find your social media following filming and shut down anything you post about filming. So Britney's videos are super locked down until the premiere. The sneak peeks we've seen are usually from bystanders and paps.
  4. Just an opinion. But I could see JLM either being a smash or a complete flop. IF Brit could pull off a video like Nelly Furtado "Say It Right" with a winter vibe and a stunning, heartbreaking visual then I think it could resonate with a lot of viewers coming off of the potential slumber party wave. The song is deep in comparison to most of Brit's recent singles. I think a lot of the GP could get into a lyrical deep B song with the right visual. But if team B wants a sexual video for JLM, then they should go with LMD or DYWCO instead. JLM gives me a sense of someone trying to save their relationship. Perfect for the winter blues.
  5. I've been a fan since 1998. Still creep on exhale to see all of the "insider info" pretty regularly.
  6. I think it will stay in place for the long run of her career. I don't think she is dealing with any unstable mental illnesses, but instead they are using the conservatorship as a means of protecting her and her image/team/networth from being affected by lawsuits or being sued. I feel like they're allowing Britney to do what she wants to do, but just keeping the conservatorship as a safety net toward her money. The conservatorship was totally justifiable at first, but as time has went on and her behavior has become more stable in comparison to her blackout era, she's regained the ability to act on her own free will.
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