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  1. On October 17, 2011, Britney Spears released the Criminal music video, the last single off Femme Fatale. It was directed by Chris Mars Piliero, who had previously directed I Wanna Go. The video was shot in the streets of London, right before she started the European leg of her Femme Fatale Tour. She said in an interview for AOL "I've never shot on location out of the country of America for a video. So, it should be very interesting. It was partly my idea ... to see if it could to happen, and they were like, 'Yeah, it's a great idea,' so we did it." A few days before the production began, the details of the video leaked, as wells as the people they were casting for a role in the video which included "hot girls" for the fiance to be with at the party, a "chubby grocery store clerk", "male cop", "Chief of police" and a Britney body double. Jason Trawick, Britney's boyfriend at the time, was also in the video. According to Chris Mars, casting Jason for the video was Britney's idea, and he also revealed that he was hesitant about it, since he considered that a real actor would do a better job. He told USA Today: "When you're doing nudity, I don't think it was at the top of Britney's list to bring in some random guy while her boyfriend watches. [...] We definitely wanted to make some passionate, steamy scenes, but we also wanted it to be intensely beautiful. We didn't want to go for raunchy. We wanted it to be sensual and steamy." After images of Britney holding a gun replica during the filming of the video surfaced, a lot of controversy sparked in London for "promoting gun violence" after the riots that had occurred in England earlier that year. They wanted Britney to apologize for the video, but instead her team released a statement saying that "the video is a fantasy story featuring Britney's boyfriend, Jason Trawick, which literally plays out the lyrics of a song written three years before the riots ever happened." Chris Mars commented about the controversy "Holding the gun became a controversial thing 'cause we filmed it in London, and they don't have a lot of gun use out there. That doesn't mean that there's no gun use, so I did find it really interesting. For me, the thing is, it blew me away that members of [the British] Parliament were speaking about this. One, because it's a music video, and two, because don't you guys have television shows out there that show crime? It's really strange to me. I don't understand why pop stars are put on such a high pedestal over other celebrities. Why do members of Parliament feel that they need to scrutinize her for having a gun, and 'She's in the public,' and 'She should know better,' and 'She's a role model,' but what about every other celebrity out there? What about every other actor? That's very strange to me. I was really surprised at how much the gun use was scrutinized. Jason plays a professional criminal, so it makes sense he has a gun. We shouldn't censor ourselves." The video received mostly positive reviews, some finding the scenes of physical abuse surprising and her acting a bit stiff, but she also received comments such as "We can't honestly remember the last time Britney Spears looked so gorgeous in a music video" and deemed it as the best video from Femme Fatale." Upon its release, the video was flagged on YouTube, and only registered people above 18 years old were able to watch it. This hugely affected its performance in views compared to the previous Femme Fatale videos, which had been rapidly become the most watched videos on her channel. It wasn't until 2013 that the flag was removed, and it started to slowly get more and more views. Around 2016, it gained more popularity as a lot of fanfic videos of Harley Quinn and the Joker from the film Suicide Squad featured the song, and in recent years it went viral again due to a Tik Tok challenge. The video hit 100 million views in March 2019.
  2. On September 30, 2011, Britney Spears released Criminal, the fourth and final single off her seventh studio album Femme Fatale. Produced by Max Martin and Shellback, it was written by them in 2008 with additional writing by Tiffany Amber. Britney told MTV News that after she first listened to the song, she felt it was different and unlike anything she had heard before. The version of the single, Criminal (Radio Mix) differs from the album version and it was later included on B in the Mix: The Remixes Vol. 2. It was the first single released under RCA after it absorbed Jive Records. It has never been performed live. On August 5, 2011, Britney posted on her Facebook a poll to select Femme Fatale's next single. The other options besides Criminal were Inside Out and (Drop Dead) Beautiful. It peaked at #55 on the BH100 but it reached #19 on the Mainstream Top 40 chart. It went #1 in Brazil and it was Top 20 in many other countries, such as Poland, France and Spain. The music video was released the following month, but we'll celebrate that later ;) In December 2011, an EP of remixes was released:
  3. On July 26, 2011, Britney Spears released the official music video for I Wanna Go (Desi Hits! Remix) which featured vocals from Indian singer Sonu Nigam. The video itself is just a shortened version of the standard song's video (it misses most of the intro), without any new scenes, which might be why it's overlooked by most fans. The main difference being just the Bollywood style of the song and the new vocals provided by Sonu. At the time, Britney posted on Facebook about the collaboration: And Sonu told Times of India: Earlier in June, another official remix of the single by DJ Frank E & Alex Dreamz had also received the video treatment. This one does scramble the scenes from the original video, and adds a warm filter to give it a different vibe. This video however, wasn't uploaded to her official YouTube account.
  4. On June 16, 2011, the Femme Fatale Tour started in Sacramento, California at the Power Balance Pavilion, to support Britney's seventh studio album Femme Fatale. The original setlist included Hold It Against Me Up n' Down 3 Piece of Me Big Fat Bass How I Roll Lace and Leather If U Seek Amy Gimme More (Drop Dead) Beautiful He About to Lose Me Boys Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know ...Baby One More Time / S&M Trouble for Me I'm a Slave 4 U Burning Up I Wanna Go Womanizer Toxic Till the World Ends
  5. On May 22, 2011, Britney Spears was featured as a guest performance of both Rihanna's and Nicki Minaj's performances at the Billboard Music Awards. With Rihanna she performed S&M. The previous month, a remix of her single S&M had been released, and it featured Britney. Later that year, Britney would include the song on her Femme Fatale Tour in a medley with her classic hit ...Baby One More Time. After Nicki Minaj finished her performance of Super Bass, she started rapping her part from the Till the World Ends (Femme Fatale Remix) released on April 22, which also featured Ke$ha. Britney joined her onstage to perform a shortened version of her song.
  6. I have been noticing this about Britney since a very long time.Even though I became a Britney Stan in 2018 after knowing about her and her life struggles.I followed her career and her eras since very beginning! Britney literally nailed every performance she had till 2004.Before her knee injury. Then came blackout era where Britney was a little messy and a little slutty but she still had it.Remember M&M’s tour?! Even after her breakdown,The circus era too had some great performances. Britneys performances had changed during femme fatale era completely.She wasn’t there at all.I feel something odd about that era.Even during Britney jean era she wasn’t giving her full potential. But then she got back during 2015-16 around glory era.Then again in 2018 her performances were completely messy.Her moves weren’t complete. Britney said in an interview that she wanted glory to be her baby.And we all know Britney didn’t had control over femme fatale album and Britney jean album. So is it because she gets drugged and her performances get bad or is it that when she’s releasing her own music she’s super excited about it and thought glory was her last chance and we failed her?? Im saying that about glory since Britney didn’t perform the same at all after glory era and even Jayden said Britney might quit music :((( what do you guys think?? Will Britney ever comeback or will she become a legacy artist..?
  7. Today is Femme Fatale's 9th birthday! Thanks to a few of you who PMed me. To celebrate, let's put our worries and fears aside for a moment and stream it. What's your favorite song off the album? Besides "How I Roll," obviously.
  8. This isn't a *conspiracy* theory thread so to speak. But i was watching some old and new videos and couldn't get past the weird and twisted fact of Britney being in an ACTUAL cage in her own work and imagery ever since 2007. Here's the list of the occurances and feel free to add more in the thread: 1.Piece of me tour : right after circus , she's in the cage dancing ( piece of me song) ...with "handlers" around her. In the middle of the song she gets out or the door is open but is shut again. ( so f**king strange and odd) 2. In the opening video of the femme fatale tour she's being sought after and is captured. After hold it against me ....up n down comes on and she's ...AGAIN behind BARS. Now the good thing after both those instances she does get out before the performances finish. 3. In a very recent event as we all know. In the original make me music video ...well , again she's in a cage. And is painted red oddly so. I don't know if this is looking at something "too deep" or whatever. But i just couldn't look at those instances or performances the same way after this year . I mean in a weird , horrible and twisted mind it's so happened to be that she actually is in a way living in a cage since 2007/08 . And the cage theme came up right after. Can you guys think of any other ones? Even slightly similar?
  9. Welcome to The People's Republic of Exhale, everyone! In this thread Exchange Express yourself!, I wanted to discuss our favourite album covers for every Britney album. It can be both an official album cover or a fanmade one, just an album cover you love. It also doesn't have to be only one, but also don't post, like, 15. So, without further ado, let's begin! Here are my picks: ...Baby One More Time Oops!... I Did It Again Britney In The Zone Blackout Circus Femme Fatale This is the most covers I'll post in this thread: Britney Jean Glory The covers above are easily my favourite fanmade Britney album cover in existence... it's so amazing. I just wish higher quality versions of them existed... Those are all the covers I can think of right now. I couldn't decide on one, so almost all of the albums have more than one cover posted. Also, congratulations to Babblative Japanophilia for being the only Britney album of which the official cover I consider one of the best.
  10. Oh, Brinny! As displayed in a number of song teases and even first single "Hold It Against Me," Femme Fatale certainly has an emphasis on club bangers. And Spears reveals in the V Magazine chat which tune off the album she's most looking forward to having fans hear. "I really love 'On the Rocks' because it sounds so different from anything I have ever heard," she explains. "It's so cool and quirky." So, what happened to "On the Rocks"? Is it a hidden track on the album? Britney Spears Explains Her Definition of Femme Fatale Britney Spears In V Magazine, Calls ‘Femme Fatale’ The Best Album I Have Ever Made’ Spears: 'Femme Fatale is edgy, mature'
  11. How can she be okay with the current shitty stage and production? She's so happy here to see the FFT stage
  12. Can we just talk about how flawless this song is? Is that an electric guitar I am hearing in the background in the Chorus part? Ugh! Eargasmic!!!
  13. Please pardon the 2011-ney struggle, but did anyone else think the FF tour remix of Womanizer was flame?? I listen to it when I work out <3
  14. So, at the gym while I’m doing cardio I’m constantly watching the BBMA performance, the slumber party music video and the New Years Eve **** Clark performance... I watch them because they motivate the **** outta me and they’re in HD (lol) I’m getting bored watching them over and over. Can y’all post some high quality, high energy performance videos or music videos to run to? Makes my time go by faster rather then just listening to music.
  15. Such an iconic momentwhich preformance was this ? I need to see the full video please
  16. So the 17th marked the 6 year release date of the 'Hold It Against Me' Music Video. Since this is one of my favourite Britney videos and I admire the storyline so much, I decided to do a full video analysis explaining the music video to those who have yet to understand it. If u have nothing to do on this Saturday night then might as well get educated on your Britney knowledge
  17. Since you all have liked my covers, here is 'Just Like Me' Hope you all enjoy it!! ***MAN ON THE MOON IN 3 DAYS***
  18. The peak of which álbum: 1# ...Baby One More Time/ Oops!...I Did It Again/ Britney/ In The Zone/ Circus 2# Blackout/ Femme Fatale 3# Femme Fatale (Top 3 with 8 Studio Albums) And here we have a sequel of the first 5 weeks of the last 4 studio albums: 2007 - 2# - Blackout (N#2 = 1 Week) Week 1 - 02# - 488.000 Week 2 - 06# - 177.000 Week 3 - 12# - 140.000 Week 4 - 16# - 110.000 Week 5 - 17# - 092.000 2008 - 1# - Circus (N#1 = 4 Weeks) Week 1 - 02# - 814.000 Week 2 - 02# - 414.000 Week 3 - 01# - 412.000 Week 4 - 01# - 413.000 Week 5 - 01# - 163.000 2011 - 2# - Femme Fatale (N#2 = 2 Weeks) Week 1 - 02# - 432.000 Week 2 - 02# - 162.000 Week 3 - 03# - 105.000 Week 4 - 04# - 091.000 Week 5 - 05# - 071.000 2013 - 3# - Britney Jean (N#3 = 1 Week) Week 1 - 03# - 218.000 Week 2 - 25# - 078.000 Week 3 - OUT Week 4 - 32# - 055.000 Week 5 - 29# - 031.000 Week 6 - 35# - 019.000 (I had to do the 6 one cause BJ went out on the third week) Any predictions?
  19. I wasn't around exhale when Britney Jean was released so I only knew the stuff that was happening through social media at the time. What exactly happened that era and do you think if this album flops that she should've retired after Femme Fatale?
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