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  1. On November 17, 2003, Britney Spears received her star at the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, tying Melissa Gilbert as the youngest person to accomplish this. She was the 2242nd person to receive a star and more than 2000 fans gathered to watch the ceremony. The address of the star is 6801 Hollywood Blvd. The entry on the Walk of Fame website reads: In November 2020 they confirmed to have repaired the star through their Twitter account
  2. On November 17, 2003, ABC aired a special called Britney: In the Zone where Britney performed some of the tracks from her fourth studio album, as well as some of her past hits. Between the performances, we saw a few clips behind the scenes where Britney talked about her music. The setlist of the show was: Toxic Breathe on Me Boys/I'm a Slave 4 U (I Got That) Boom Boom (with Ying Yang Twins) Everytime ...Baby One More Time Me Against the Music That night she was also on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, performing Me Against the Music, but can't seem to find any video not even the interview That day in the morning she also received her star on the Walk of Fame
  3. On November 16, 2003 the 31st Annual American Music Awards took place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. This would be the second ceremony of the year, since the 30th AMA's took place in January that year. Britney Spears was one of the performers of the night, opening the show with Me Against the Music. And even though Madonna won the Artist of the Year award, she wasn't there to perform the song with her. Other performers of the night were Pink, Hilary Duff, Ashanti, Andre 3000, among others.
  4. On November 12, 2003, Britney Spears released In the Zone, her fourth studio album, in the UK and Italy. It was released on November 18 in the United States. The album showed a more mature sound and image compared to her previous three records, incorporating pop, dance, hip hop, electropop and Middle Eastern influences, among other genres, and lyrically, it talks about dancing, love, *** and even mas*******n. It features collaborations with Madonna and the Ying Yang Twins. The producers that worked on this album were Bloodshy & Avant, Brian and Josh, Roy "Royalty" Hamilton, Jimmy Harry, Penelope Magnet, Moby, The Matrix, R. Kelly, Rishi Rich, Guy Sigsworth, Shep Soloman, Mark Taylor and Trixster. Britney co-wrote all but 4 songs. She started recording the album in November 2002 after her Dream Within a Dream Tour finished, being Touch of My Hand the first song she recorded, and the one that set the tone for the rest of the album. She then continued with the Everytime sessions, which she co-wrote with her backup vocalist Annet Artani (Annette Stamatelatos). Annet confirmed another song Shine which was about Britney's sister Jamie Lynn, but that song didn't make the cut. It was precisely these two songs which she mentioned on an interview for hip to be the most personal of the album for her: "I really love the vibe of “Touch of My Hand.” When I was in the studio it really came off as like such a natural process. And I love the subject that, you know, I’m touching on because no one’s really talked about some of those things in a lot of songs written lately because people are scared to go there and to express themselves in that way. And, you know, I think it’s an empowering thing for girls, you know. And “Everytime” is just a really nice song because it’s just, you know, it’s kind of personal in a weird way. I just think the song — it’s one of the songs that when you hear, it’s like the kind of song when you go to heaven. It kind of takes you away. You know, it takes you in to a very cool consciousness I think." However she also noticed that every song from the album is a representation of her in some way: "I think every song. I mean you have to go through experiences in your life and go through day-to-day things to be able to write songs and to be able to express yourself and have something to be inspired to write about. So I think every song is a representation of me and like an art form. But it’s not completely too personal. Sometimes I write about fictitious things. You know, like I’ll make up a story in my head about someone going through an issue in life and I’ll be in the studio and we’ll have chemistry with people and we’ll go from there. So I think all of the songs are a representation of me." When asked about her contributions in the lyrics and music of the album she commented: "Well the main thing — like with “Everytime” I wrote the whole thing from scratch on the piano. Musically there was no track or anything. I was just at my house and I did the whole thing by myself. And then I went and I played it for (Guy Sigmouth) and I just basically told him exactly how I wanted the song to sound. And he was so amazing because there’s a lot of producers you tell them things and they don’t get it. And you’re like oh, that’s not the right way. He got it just right. He was amazing. And so that song specifically, you know, I did everything. But as far as like, you know, the other songs I would go in to the studio and they would play me just a bunch of different tracks. And I would pick a track that I liked. And then I would basically do the melodies and the words and they would do the tracks. And like if I heard sounds here or there,in my head that thought should be there, they would elaborate on. And if they wanted streams here, and more of a baseline here they would do it. So that’s kind of how it worked. But musically, I didn’t do a lot of the tracks. That’s something that I really want to probably learn on the next album. But for the most part I did most of the melody and just the words." Four singles were released in total to promote the album: Me Against the Music, Toxic, Everytime and Outrageous. Additionally, The Onyx Hotel Tour kicked off in 2004 in order to support In the Zone. The songs that appear on the album across its different versions are Me Against the Music (featuring Madonna) (I Got That) Boom Boom (featuring Ying Yang Twins) Showdown Breathe on Me Early Mornin' Toxic Outrageous Touch of My Hand The Hook Up Shadow Brave New Girl Everytime Me Against the Music (featuring Madonna) (Rishi Rich's Desi Kulcha Remix) The Answer Don't Hang Up The album went #1 on the US Billboard 200, as well as the Mexican, French and Greek charts. It was also Top 10 in almost every country it charted. A fan favorite album, it's sold over 7M copies worldwide. In 2019, it was sold as a vinyl for the first time through Urban Outfitters. In May 2003, she had shown a little teaser for the album on MTV: Besides the televised performances, including an ABC special, she also promoted the album at nightclubs.
  5. On November 10, 2003, Queen of Pop Britney Spears performed at New York's Times Square two of her new songs to promote her upcoming album In the Zone: Me Against the Music and (I Got That) Boom Boom featuring the Ying Yang Twins, as part of TRL's Spankin New Music Week. Later that night, she attended the Glamour Magazine's Women of the Year Awards, where she received none other than the Woman of the Year Award. Not only that, but judging by the candids of that day, it seems like she also had an interview with MTV Hits that same day (was she a robot or what ) or she just dressed the same Earlier that day, she was also seen doing some shopping in New York
  6. On October 21, 2003, Britney Spears released the music video for Me Against the Music featuring Madonna. It was directed by Paul Hunter and choreographed by Kevin Tancharoen. It starts with parking a Mazda and entering a New York night club, where she's seen by Madonna through the monitors, in a room full of men smoking cigars. A cat-and-mouse like chase begins through different parts of the club, including a wooden maze (which served as inspiration for the Piece of Me performance in Vegas). As the video progresses, we also see scenes of Britney performing the choreography on various sets, including a neon-like room decorated with grafitti and the iconic scene where we see Britney and Madonna separated by a wall, but dancing in synchronicity as, according to the director, Madonna's spirit pulls her making Britney anticipate her moves. Britney finally reaches Madonna at the end of the video, only for her to disappear as we hear her laugh before Britney could kiss her. The music video premiered on MTV's Making the Video, and it was later premiered online on Yahoo! Music, where it reached more than 2 million views on its first 5 days. It landed at #36 on MTV Latin America's Top 100 of 2003.
  7. On October 14, 2003, Britney Spears released Me Against the Music, featuring Madonna, as the lead single off her fourth studio album In the Zone. It was written by Britney, Madonna, Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, Thabiso "Tab" Nikhereanye, Penelope Magnet, Terius Nash and Gary O'Brien and produced by Trixster and Magnet. It went Top 5 in almost every country it charted, including 5 #1's. In the US, though it hit the #1 on the Dance Club Songs chart, it only peaked at #35 on the BBH100, marking also Madonna's 50th entry on this chart, and the first time that she appeared credited as a featured artist. Its music video premiered on Making the Video on October 21, but we'll celebrate that next week. Previously: ============================================================================ Hi guys, It's just me and me against the music this time for best performance battle between all the MATM performances. Cast your vote for your favorite MATM music and tell us why it is your favorite After a few more best of performances, i will do a battle between all the winning performances from the threads
  8. On August 28, 2003, the VMA's were hosted at the Radio City Music Hall in New York City. To open the show, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera performed together Madonna's classic hit Like a Virgin, and were later joined by Madonna herself to perform Hollywood. In the middle of the performance, Madonna kissed Britney and then Christina, going down in history as one of the most iconic moments of the VMA's and awards shows in general. Missy Elliott then appeared onstage to perform her song Work It, and then the four together will close the performance with Hollywood again. Sadly, MTV's YouTube channel has made the official video private amid the upcoming 2020 ceremony, so here's another low quality version of the performance: Britney also had a nomination that night for Best Video from a Film, for Boys (Co-Ed Remix) ft. Pharrell Williams, but lost to Eminem's Lose Yourself.
  9. I love this interview so much, because Britney was clearly OVER Tucker Carlson (puke) and was not trying to hide this fact. The iconic gum and bob wig. I seriously think she was trying to troll the public and the media by playing up the “bimbo” image here.
  10. GMA talks to Britney behind the scenes of her ABC ITZ Special: Beautiful era. She’s so vibrant!
  11. A Brave New Woman: Britney Spears I came across this amazing Gif while searching for images to attach to this thread, and it's cracking me up! In all the years of seeing this iconic moment from the 2003 VMAs, and seeing all the memes from this, I had never noticed Mary J. Blige and Carson Kressley in the background. Their facial expressions are hilarious and says so much. Miss Blige is looking like, "these people need Jesus," while Carson is just getting all of his gay boy fantasies. Oh wow. This moment just became even more iconic for me. MTV did well here.
  12. This is my personal ranking for Britney's most ****** album! I included pics from this era on each song! Let me know what you think and if we have similar ranking! https://youtu.be/V89iYl25KUA
  13. Hey guys I love to dance and challenge myself and Britney was my first dance inspiration growing up since BOMT and watching her videos and performances ! In still a HUGE knowledgeable fan and was so excited to take this class! Link below hope u like!
  14. Britney said on Instagram that she was working on a Breathe on me music video Where is it ? its not on her youtube channel or on mtv did they just forget about it?
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