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  1. I don't think it was he who saw it, but it seems like it's a screenshot that was sent to him. The post seems to be like a screenshot from someone else's story, like santa.spears' story about Avril Lavigne picture on Britney's account
  2. I knew they were together since a long ago, but didn't know she was pregnant, congrats! so they became moms the same year
  3. that's what I keep wondering. It would be nice if there was like a higher entity that could overlook this kind of situations, but I ignore if that's actually possible. It would be more convenient if the judge Reva Goetz could be investigated instead. Like if he's investigated, and they find out he's done things wrong, what are they gonna do, appoint another lawyer? Unless there's a reform in the conservatorship laws, I don't know how they can force them to do anything. But I suppose this letter is backed up by lawyers and other people that are more in the loop. The "good" thing, or not so good, is that even though Britney's situation is extremely unusual and one of a kind, the conservatorship abuse in general is a common problem and that could potentially help to move things faster, or to provoke a change in the law. So this is not a "let's help the rich and famous superstar" kind of thing, but it's something that would benefit a lot of citizens that are subject to this abuse.
  4. I think the pictures were the same I posted, well, there are more, but you can google them, they were those full body shots taken in that sort of balcony
  5. wasn't the building destroyed after the riots? then painted as something else?
  6. I think that's one way to see it, but to say is 100% related to the song, is a bit of a reach to me. The song never talks about getting back up though, but the thing is, what I meant is in general, many of her videos don't really represent what the song talks about, or their main theme. In the end, Everytime song talks about regret and being sorry about a situation apparently Britney was guilty of, but the storyline of the video is Britney is drowning in a bathtub because a paparazzi hit her in the head with a camera, while arguing with her boyfriend. That's a huge contrast right there, but it works for many people. Oops!... I Did It Again is another one people always complain about, what does a song that talk about playing with the guys' feelings and referencing the Titanic have to do with dancing in Mars? But again, it just works. So we don't know, maybe David had a different storyline that actually made sense, even if it wasn't the most logical thing to think about when listening to the song
  7. I think it's not available now, but I remember when I first started to visit BreatheHeavy, and searched for the archived news, one of the earliest news was the behind the scenes pics of Everytime leaking
  8. that's the most impressive part, she didn't even try, and perhaps, she didn't even want it in the first place, all she wanted was to do what she liked to do
  9. reminded me of that Alizée song also this
  10. On April 12, 2019, a clip with footage from the original David LaChapelle-directed Make Me... video, leaked online, almost three years since the official video was released. Make Me... was the lead single off Britney Spears' ninth studio album Glory (2016), and it featured rapper G-Eazy. The shooting of the original video, took place in early June 2016. Britney posted several photos from the set, and even gave an interview for E! News. Some clips from the shooting were captured by people that were at the location Ultimately, when the official video premiered in August, it turned out to be a completely different thing, directed by Randee St. Nicholas, even though some low quality clips from the LaChapelle treatment had leaked hours before the release. It wasn't until 2019, that a high quality video with footage from the original shooting leaked, at the time that Britney Spears had been checked into a mental health facility after the cancellation of her Domination residency. David LaChapelle first commented "not my video sorry" when asked on Instagram about the leak, but later he weighed in to explain the original video wasn't released because Britney didn't like it: The original, racier video has been very divisive among the fans, with some praising it for its controversial nature, while other, more conservative viewers, deeming it too raunchy and vulgar, and unrelated to the meaning of the song (which is a recurrent thing on Britney videos though, including the other David LaChapelle-directed Everytime). Which is true is that the video we got is a very raw and unedited cut, and is not the vision the director had, joining the list of scrapped videos that never were, such as 2013's Perfume. Not only was the video scrapped, but the entire photoshoot for the album as well. It wasn't until 2020 when we got to see the rest of David LaChapelle's pictures for the Glory re-release(s), including a new cover for the album. We're not supposed to share the video here, but you all know where to find it. *in before Jordan removes the original video images 🥲* Related:
  11. On April 12, 2004, the Everytime music video premiered on TRL. It was the third video to promote In the Zone, Britney's fourth studio album. It was filmed on March 13 and 14 in Los Angeles and it was directed by David LaChapelle, who had photographed her in 1999 for the Rolling Stone magazine. The video features Britney and her love interest (Stephen Dorff) arriving at a hotel in Las Vegas inside a limousine. They seem distant, and when Britney tries to touch him while he talks on the phone, he pushes her away . They're received by a crowd of paparazzi and fans, making them struggle to walk by, but they eventually make their way, entering from the backdoor of the hotel, after Britney's boyfriend had thrown some magazines to the paps. They keep arguing as they reach their room, where Britney gets in the bathtub while her boyfriend stays in the couch. As she touches her head while lying in the bathtub, she notices that there's blood from a wound she got at the beginning of the video, when a paparazzo accidentally hit her with a camera. She then loses consciousness and drowns. From here we see intercut scenes of Britney running in a hospital hallway and her boyfriend rescuing her from the bathtub. We see her being carried into an ambulance surrounded by the paparazzi, and the doctors trying to resuscitate her at the hospital. Her ghost or spirit is seeing herself in the bed, and when she walks to the next room, she sees a baby being born. At the end we see her rising from under the water in the bathtub and smiling, suggesting it was all a dream or fantasy. Before the video was shot, MTV news obtained a treatment of the video, which involved a cup of wine and a bottle of pills in the bathtub scene. She was supposed to die and be seen in the end walking past the paparazzi, who wouldn't notice her ghost. However, it received a lot of criticism from the public who accused Britney of "glorifying suicide". Britney, through her record label, decided against this treatment, clarifying it was not meant to be a suicide, but an accidental death, and that the treatment would be revised. The day of the premiere, Britney called the show and explained the concept of reincarnation of the video. She added "It's more like a movie. It's different than anything I've ever done. It's dark, and it shows me in a different light. Of course, I'm going to go back and do dance videos, but I wanted to be inspired and challenged." The video went #1 a few times on TRL countdown, and in MTV Latin America, it landed at #37 in the yearly Top 100 of 2004. In 2018, it became Britney's 15th video to surpass 100M views on YouTube. In May, she appeared on UK's TRL, where she clarified again the video wasn't about suicide, but that even if it were, it should be taken in a positive light by the parents, in order to raise awareness since the suicide rates were at their highest. She also talked about David LaChapelle, and played Rock, paper, scissors against her past self. On her Greatest Hits: My Prerogative, an alternative cut of the video was released, including some outtakes:
  12. On April 12, 2003, Britney Spears attended the 16th Annual Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards. They took place in the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport in California. Britney was nominated for Favorite Female Singer, but Ashanti took the award. She also introduced the award for Favorite Male Movie Star along with Will Ferrell. 15 years later, on April 12, 2018, Britney was honored with the Vanguard Award at the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards held in Los Angeles. Ricky Martin presented it to her, giving an introductory speech about her influence in the LGBT community.
  13. if they revealed his butt instead, probably the reaction would've been minimal, because apparently a man's body isn't as profane as a woman's
  14. did so, yeah, almost 12 years after the conservatorship had existed, he didn't even contest when the conservatorship was made permanent in the first place And as we all know, in these two years since he "started doing something" he's failed to completely remove Jamie (he never formally asked for his removal, at least not the proper way he should've done it, or by the time he had to do it). He hasn't even brought up the fact that Jamie has a restraining order. There's no evidence of him trying to do anything to hurry up the process, instead he's agreed to the delaying of the hearings. He either doesn't want this to end anytime soon, or he's too incompetent to do his job.
  15. On April 11, 2011, Rihanna released the remix version of S&M, the fourth single off her fifth studio album Loud. It featured Britney Spears as a guest artist. The song, recorded in 2010, was originally written and produced by Stargate (Mikel S. Eriksen + Tor Erik Hermansen) and Sandy Vee, with additional songwriting by Ester Dean. It's an uptempo EDM track that talks about ***, sadomasochism (S&M) and bondage, though Rihanna revealed the lyrics were metaphoric and it was really about a "love-hate relationship with the media". It was released as the fourth single off her Loud album in January, and it had already reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 before the remix featuring Britney dropped. A music video, directed by Melina Matsoukas was released on February 1st, gaining a lot of positive reviews, but also the ban in eleven countries due to its explicit nature, as well as a lawsuit from David LaChapelle and Philipp Paulus who both claimed the video violated the copyright of each of their photoshoots. After the success the song had on radio despite the critics, Rihanna asked her fans on Twitter about potential collaborators to jump on a remix of the track. Britney turned out to be the most popular suggestion, and that's how the duet came about. In the new version, Rihanna and Britney both sing on the original chorus, but Britney sings a whole new second verse, written by herself. Rihanna talked to Elvis Duran on radio about this feature saying Despite Rihanna's interest in doing a music video for the track, this ultimately never came to fruition. The day before the release, Rihanna wrote on Twitter "I got a #**** collabo comin your way supa dupa soon!!!! OH YEAH!!! By popular demand. Its BRITNEY *****!!!! One of the biggest worldwide popstars! U gangsta #EPIC" to which Britney replied "You're such a tease! I like it, like it... You think they're ready Ri Ri?". The week after the release of the remix, S&M finally topped the Billboard Hot 100, after 293,000 digital downloads across all of its versions, the Britney remix counting for 66% of the overall sales. It became Rihanna's 10th #1 single on the chart, becoming only the ninth act to achieve this and the fifth female to do so, behind Mariah Carey, Madonna, Whitney Houston and Janet Jackson. It became Britney's fifth #1 hit, and her second one that year, after Hold It Against Me debuted at #1 in January. In May of that year, Rihanna performed the song at the Billboard Music Awards, with Britney making a surprise appearance towards the end. Britney also performed the track on her Femme Fatale Tour that summer, in a medley with her debut single ...Baby One More Time.
  16. I did it just something quick I came up with to feature the thread sorry for my photoshop skills
  17. ok, this is from back in the day when the Oops album came out. My siblings and I used to skip Stronger because of the weird intro, we were always like NEXT! but eventually we let it play and we were like and now is one of my favorite songs ever
  18. I still can't at everyone related to Britney having the same 6 or 7 names just in different combinations
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