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  1. I’ll start: The crowd at project SoFi stadium goes wild when out of the crowd comes the queen Ashley Tisdale herself and performs a quickened acapaella version of “Suddenly” with a choir The lights in the field go out and then we see a gigantic heart shaped stage in the center of the field glowing in the dark while “vibrations” begins to play. Ashley vibes around on stage with two football shaped mascots. The mascots are punted by Ashley off the stage and “Hot Mess” comes on. Ashley sings this while playing the guitar and dancing with two backup dancers. When she gets to the ‘I’m such a hot mess with you’ part, someone new comes up from the bottom of the stage and it’s Hilary Duff! The two then perform a duet of “Confetti” as Confetti is shot across the stadium. The crowd is at a 10 and screaming, Ashley goes in for the kill with “Not Like That”. The crowd is now going absolutely wild and hasn’t seen this level of performance since Michael Jackson, and try to storm the stage. The crowd gets through but jokes on us they are a crowd of dancers as we segue into “Crank it Up”. Ashely does the choreo and sings with a crowd of hundreds of people on the field. The dancers rush off the field and now it’s just ashely as the song finishes and we get to her final song “Switch” as she rides a hot air balloon across the field and throws flowers into the crowd. The hot air balloon sails away as Ashley and the crowd chant ‘Open Your Heart Yeahhh get back to the start’. As Ashley fades away into the sunset the game starts again. OK your turn!
  2. New photos of Britney Spears from the earlier days just hit the Internet. They were submitted to "Framing Britney Spears" but ultimately left on the cutting room floor... until now. Credit: BritneyOnline
  3. Taylor Swift. She has released plenty of hit albums, saw a level of succes many could only dream of and yet...she's very hated on, even in the B-army. But why? Only recently the B-army got to tweet MASSIVELY about the Framing Britney Spears doc with all sorts of hashtags including #ApologizeToBritney and #WeAreSorryBritney. Yet, I see many of those fans dragging Taylor through the mud while demanding apologies to Britney Spears from others. From claiming she's attention hungry (while she hasn't been very active at all on social media and performance wise), money hungry (as if she needs it). They even put the re-recordings in question not realizing Taylor only wants to own her own voice. Something we would, again, applaud Britney for if she'd do the same but somehow if Taylor does it, it's not okay. - Q: Isn't that hypocrite? - A: Yes it is. Whenever Taylor releases an album, a single, goes on tour, gets a major victory in her career, a lot fans gear up in Exhale (and other platforms) to talk trash about her. In a way, I dare to say, Taylor is no different than 2007 Britney. Just like Britney, Taylor gets slammed for the men she's dated, her breasts, her personality (even though she's VERY generous towards fans), what she wears, ... She has been the victim of s€xist interviewers, including female s€xists. All of this led to Taylor barely eating and developping an eating disorder. People talk about her as if they know her personally when they know nothing in fact. The big difference is that Taylor figured out a way to deal with this by mocking all of these people in albums like "Reputation". Let's be real and honest, any Britney fan would die for Britney to slam any hater on an album full of anthems. Any Britney fan would die for her Reputation era. !I'm, however, NOT saying she entirely underwent the same as Britney, just stating that there are some hard similarities between both ladies.! People, have we literally LEARNED NOTHING from 2007? Are we really putting people to blame for what they did to Britney to do it ourselves towards Taylor Swift? Are we this s€xist we can't support 2 female celebs? Do we have to put them against each other to make ourself feel better? This is just wrong...I felt like I needed to write this as my mind can't process so much hate towards somebody that in fact, hasn't done anything wrong to any of you. Its injustice makes me feel sick. Call me weak but I needed to get it off my chest. Just remember that Taylor NEVER, not once, has said anything negative about Britney. She's not the enemy. Taylor even wore all Britney perfumes when going to school Taylor also stated Britney's "lucky" as one of her favorite Britney songs. - Love, a diehard Britney/Taylor fan.
  4. Back in 2008, during the height of the drama surrounding Britney, CCM recording artist, Bebo Norman, released a single called "Britney. To me, this song was not only a beautiful tribute to our favorite pop star, but also an apology and social commentary on the way the media/public scrutinizes those in the public eye. When asked about the song, Norman said: "'Britney' is a song about what our culture says and does to young women these days. It's about the lies we tell them about fame and money and what's beautiful and what will give them life. It's an apology for those lies. But more than that, it's an invitation to the truth about a God who is bigger than the pain this world so often leaves them in." I was already a big fan of Norman prior to the release, but this song made me love him even more back then. I've always thought it was incredibly under-rated and it never received the recognition it deserved. Now, in the wake of the #freebritney movement and how people are finally starting to understand and sympathize with her situation, I think the song deserves more attention and respect! As a Christian, I know first-hand that it was a huge career risk for Bebo Norman to release a song about Britney during this time. If you've never heard it, give it a listen. The words are especially relevant today. Video is fan-made. Lyrics below. Britney, I'm sorry for the lies we told We took you into our arms, and left you cold Britney, I'm sorry for this cruel, cruel world We sell the beauty but destroy the girl Britney, I'm sorry for your broken heart We stood aside and watched you fall apart I'm sorry we told you fame would fill you up And money moves the man, so drink the cup I know love goes around the world we know And you never see it coming back But I can see it coming back for you Yes, coming back for you Britney, I'm sorry for the stones we throw We tear you down just so we can watch the show Britney, I'm sorry for the words we say We point the finger as you fall from grace I know love goes around the world we know And you never see it coming back But I can see it coming back for you Yes, coming back for you Britney, I do believe that love has come Here for the broken Here for the ones like us I know love goes around the world we know And you never see it coming back You never see it coming back
  5. On February 05, 2002, Britney Spears released I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman, the third single off her Britney album (second single in the US). Max Martin and Rami Yacoub wrote and produced the song, along with additional writing from Dido. The single also served as promotion for her movie Crossroads. The song didn't perform well in the US, only reaching the #2 on the Bubbling Under chart, but it reached Top 10 in many European charts. Recorded on June 20, 2001, we were able to see a little bit from the recording session on MTV's Diary of Britney Spears: Britney said: "The song is called 'Not a Girl' and it's basically talking about, you know, I'm not a girl, but I'm not yet a woman. You're just in that transitional stage in your life where you're just figuring yourself out, and something that I can definitely relate to". Britney also explained the song was talking about growing up, and that it was going more towards her character Lucy, though she could kinda relate to that too. The only tour where Britney performed the song was the Dream Within a Dream Tour, but she performed the song live on many TV shows and awards shows too. SNL: https://www.bilibili.com/video/av927619450/ Related:
  6. I can't believe she has some MV with less than 10M Anyways, they are this: Someday (I Will Understand) - 9.89M DANCE Till The World Ends - 9.04M Kill The Lights - 8.26M Stream those MVs tho, not even 10M views for our princess, such a shame Anyways, I will later do a topic about the tracks that haven't reached 100K in spotify or youtube or whatever.
  7. On January 22, 2002, Britney Spears Live from Las Vegas, Britney's fourth video album, was released through Jive Records. The video was recorded from her Dream Within a Dream Tour performances in Las Vegas on November 17 and 18 in 2001, and it was originally broadcasted on HBO on November 18. The broadcast won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Technical Direction, Camerawork, Video Control for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special in 2002 and a Japan Gold Disc Award in 2003. The video album topped the Billboard Music Videos chart in the US, where it sold 200,000 copies, and it was also #1 on the Australian and Mexican charts, where it was certified Platinum and Gold respectively. Dream Within a Dream (Video Introduction) Oops!... I Did It Again (Rock version) (You Drive Me) Crazy It Was All in Your Mind (Dance Interlude) Overprotected Storytime (Video interlude, with elements of From the Bottom of My Broken Heart and Born to Make You Happy) Medley: Born to Make You Happy / Lucky / Sometimes / Storytime (Reprise) Boys Stronger Army Force (Interlude) I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman Making the Band (Video interlude, contains excerpts of Who Let the Dogs Out?, Music and I Love Rock 'n' Roll) I Love Rock 'n' Roll R&R Outro What It's Like to Be Me Lonely Breakdown (Performance Interlude) Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know Crayola World (Video Interlude) Anticipating I'm a Slave 4 U ...Baby One More Time (Remix) Credits The international version also included the I'm a Slave 4 U, Overprotected and I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman music videos, as well as a Crossroads trailer.
  8. I’ve been trying to find which interview this iconic Britney quote is from. If anyone knows, that would be super helpful. Thank u!!
  9. Can we all agree 2011 was an amazing year for music? So many bops, back when music was about parties, clubs and nothing else (except for some). That year we had SO MANY huge artists like Britney, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, One Direction, David Guetta, Avril Lavigne, Adele, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Nicki MInaj, Selena Gomez, P!nk, J-Lo and many others perhaps not so well known but with BOPS. Also we had Rebbeca's biggest hit "Friday", never forget that one!! Not sure about you, but take me back to that year one more time please. What songs were your favorites? PS: "Femme Fatale" also turns 10 in a few months, i can't believe it!
  10. Disclaimer: the official website and most sources claim December 26 as the date of release of the Not a Girl music video, usually claiming it premiered along with the Making the Video episode, yet the Making the Video archived website says the episode premiered on December 17. On December 26, 2001, the I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman music video premiered. It was directed by Wayne Isham and it was filmed in August of that year in Arizona and Utah. It features different shots of Britney standing on a cliff in the desert, as well as other scenes inside a slot canyon. 3 different versions of the video exist, two of which feature footage from the Crossroads movie, as well as scenes of Briney in a red bedroom, driving a car and we also see her by a campfire. In 2009, MTV published an article about the videoclip prior to the release of The Singles Collection. In 2003 the video won the category "International Music Video of the Year Short-Form" at the Japan Gold Disc Awards. It appeared at #71 on the 2002 Top 100 of MTV Latin America. In 2013, in the show Would You Rather? Britney was asked to pick in which dangerous location would she rather be stranded, a shark-infested pool from the Work ***** video or standing on the edge of Grand Canyon. She picked the Grand Canyon. I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman was the second video released in the United States, but the rest of the world got Overprotected instead. In 2002 it would be released internationally, while the US got Overprotected (Darkchild Remix). The official single was released in February 2002. Making the Video:
  11. Disclaimer: This might be one of the most confusing release dates to track. Unlike Born to Make You Happy which had a very concise release, Overprotected, an international single, seemed to have had very different release dates across the world, both the single and the music video. If you go to the English Wikipedia page, the earliest release they show is December 12 in Japan. If you go to the Spanish Wikipedia, which has the "good article badge", it shows December 18. Yet it seems in Australia they got it even earlier, on December 08. The official Britney Spears website doesn't mention it and other sources I've quoted before, such as this list made by britney.com blogger BRITannica, either. Then when it comes to the video, it's missing concrete sources as well. I'm creating this thread today, because the earliest confirmation I could find was this entry (9th post from the bottom to the top) on worldofbritney.com that reveals the music video was premiered in Latin America on December 20, 2001. Yet on ukmix, there's a comment that says they've already seen the video by December 15, and even worldofbritney has the screencaps of it. This other thread may confirm they had it in "Holland" around those days. So if you know a concrete date for the release of the single or the video, please share What we know for sure is that on December 2001, Britney Spears released Overprotected as the second single off her third studio album Britney. In Europe it was released on January 2002. This single was released internationally, while on the United States they got I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman (whose release date is also another story ). For the third single they would switch, thus the US getting Overprotected (Darkchild Remix) and the rest of the world getting Not a Girl. These entries were supposed to be created by our very own @Roxxy so here I'll quote her comments on the calendar page: Written and produced by Max Martin and Rami, Overprotected stands as one of only five Britney songs to be nominated for a Grammy. In 2003, it was up for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance - her third and final nomination in the category. Overprotected was a Top 10 hit in 13 countries including #4 in the UK and #1 in Poland, ultimately peaking at #8 on the European Hot 100. The Darkchild Remix peaked at #86 on the US Hot 100 and #22 on the Canadian Hot 100. Overprotected is a global Top 10 peaking at #6 on the United World Chart dated March 9, 2002. It spent 14 weeks in the chart. The music video was directed by Billie Woodruff (who directed Born to Make You Happy two years before) and choreographed by @BrianFriedman More roxxy comments: The Billie Woodruff video features an intro using another track from the album, Bombastic Love. TRIVIA TIME! The Overprotected music video stands tall as the only one in her videography to feature two songs from her catalog. Not only that, the music video also takes pride in the fact that it is the only one to have it's own follow-up via the release of the Darkchild Remix music video. It's so good that they had to release two official versions, each with their own music video. I mean, how cool is that? Your faves could never, honestly. Don't even try to come for Godprotected. The opening scene, which plays Bombastic Love in the background, shows Britney opening a door and right outside is a swarm of paparazzi waiting for her as she makes her way to her car and drives off. She stops by an abandoned warehouse where she reflects on being 'overprotected' - and in true Britney fashion, she feels herself on some of the furniture. She is also shown sitting on a horse from a carousel because she needs 'joy'. Soon after, her dancers arrive and they do one of her best dance breaks eveeer. After she goes ACTION! is where the song takes you to a high as it goes into a crescendo towards the final chorus and features this iconic scene where Britney literally needs her 'space' with the walls closing in on her with the phrases 'Britney Mania!' 'Girl of the Year' 'Album Goes Double Platinum' 'There Is No Stopping Her!' 'WORLD TOUR SELLS OUT!' Never has a Britney Spears music video been so self aware and so proud of herself, her sales, and her achievements - and this is coming from one of the most humble pop girls in history. Which is why the original Overprotected music video should be a celebrated gem in her videography. This is one of the rare moments where Britney acknowledges that she is indeed 100% that girl. Btw, I always mention her appearances on the MTV Latin America yearly Top 100, but this video was her very first huge snub. It didn't make the list in 2001 because it was released almost at the end of the year, but it totally deserved to appear in 2002, when it really became a hit. However, the video didn't appear at any position at all, infuriating all the fans who voted it throughout the year on the weekly Top 10 and Top 20.
  12. The snippet of the song sounds so fresh and new and more related to 2017 releases like Bad Liar by Selena, Nervous by Shawn and more. Moreover, the comeback of the Backstreet Boys was in 2019 so it's most likely a song recorded for the B10 Sessions. What do you think? It's a 2017-18 song? Leave your comments!
  13. On November 1, 2001, Britney Spears' Dream Within a Dream Tour kicked off at the Nationwide Arena in Ohio. It was launched to support her third studio album Britney and it lasted until July 2002, after 69 shows across the United States, Canada, Japan and Mexico. It was promoted by Concerts West, marking the first time a tour of hers was not promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment. It was directed and choreographed by Wade Robson, with Steve Cohen and Rob Brenner designing the stage. The setlist was composed by songs from her first three records, mainly from Britney. Oops!... I Did It Again (You Drive Me) Crazy Overprotected Born to Make You Happy Lucky Sometimes Boys Stronger I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman I Love Rock 'n' Roll What It's Like to Be Me Lonely Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know Anticipating I'm a Slave 4 U ...Baby One More Time Some unreleased songs were also performed at selected dates: Mystic Man, Weakness, You Were My Home and My Love Was Always There. Some of the October dates had to be pushed back to December due to Britney having the flu, and the last show of the tour at Foro Sol in Mexico, had to be cancelled mid-show because of a thunderstorm that was occurring. The November 18th show at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, was broadcasted by HBO and later released as a DVD titled Britney: Live from Las Vegas in January 2002. A book and DVD chronicling her stay in Mexico was also released in February 2002, titled Stages: Three Days in Mexico. With more than 1 million in attendance, the tour grossed a total of $56.8 million which would be equivalent to $83.4 million in 2020. Related:
  14. She was so obsessed with Britney that she tuned into Showtime like the rest of us! 4:40 Her jealousy caught on film
  15. Everyone and their mother dropped new material! Don't let the title of that song fool you. I only included it because Britney And this came out of nowhere and I haven't listened to it yet but the fact it is there, I had to include t.A.t.U
  16. Hey all, fairly new to posting on here but have been lurking for years. I just wondered if anyone else made any kind of art or display with The Singles Collection Box Set? I laid out the singles in chronological order and framed them in a huge industrial style metal frame on a black backing and it sits on my dresser. It's not perfect in terms of chronology, but I really wanted the lead singles to run down the left hand side and for the while thing to be balanced. Let me know what you think!
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