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  1. 2 points
    She is the ultimate heroine!!! I'm so proud of her. It's weird when they say that her stardom is ''bizarrely unstoppable''... I don't know why we should question her legacy... Legends and icons never die... It shouldn't be a surprise that she will always be famous. It's like nobody questions Cher or Madonna's longevity because we shouldn't, they're legends duh!!!!
  2. 2 points
    Omg that sounds so wrong yet so right
  3. 2 points
    This is why I never hate or judge her for not being in the light 24/7 with promos and etc etc etc. Her boys are her light . I love Brit she has given me so much in my life especially as a Queer teenager. Why wouldn't I want that for her?
  4. 1 point
    I don't think this is true. But if it is, it would make Britney and her team look terribly desperate to try and put Brit back out there. I mean you can't lie to yourself, and if you do your just being ridiculous. Everything Justin touches turns to gold, and is an automatic hit. It could turn out one of two ways. 1. It goes as planned and Justin will boom her up for a little with the new single/promo And his huge audience of fans will love her, or 2. Britney will refuse to promote/perform and Justin will still be good in the eyes of all, and his wide range of fans, will let Britney have it for lack of promo/ him teaming up with a "has been"or say she's just trying to make herself "relevent" by teaming up with him, even though we know shes talked about every second of the day.
  5. 1 point
    Doubtful. Max Martin? He hasn't been around since 2009.
  6. 1 point
    Please don't be true... I don't want JB to benefit from Britney's talent
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  8. 1 point
    Britney made it to this year's Rolling Stone: "The Hot List " as the Hot Heroine. Check out the rest of the list here.
  9. 1 point
    I was reviewing old files and found this, if you want, I can upload it in MEGA so you can download the video
  10. 1 point
    Thanks (even though it's 28th now,but at least you didn't forget)
  11. 1 point
    Omg why you even getting me started thinking about that?? I can’t think about that because it’s not gonna happen Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. 1 point
    She deserves to be on that list
  13. 1 point
    I forgot how cool this and the actual music video are. The original doesn’t get enough credit. Yeah it’s an animated video but it’s still one of her coolest.
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  15. 1 point
    I could easily say the same. Neither of us really know, however, it's kind of obvious Britney didn't have alot of input in Femme Fatale. I'm very familiar with mental illness, and it only gets worse if you aren't taking care of yourself. Britney has been in an almost 10 year remission. She's more than capable of taking care of herself. We have all seen the results with Britney when she has more control and isn't given a definite direction to take — her three best albums, In the Zone, Blackout and Glory. Glory has given us some of her best performances since the Circus era. Britney can and does make decisions. She's just very reserved and will listen to what others want and think she should do. If she had more freedom to make decisions, we'd probably have most of the original Make Me video. As I mentioned, show business is extremely grueling. A couple weeks is not long enough to have a promotion schedule for an album, then immediately go back to performing a show when the weeks are up. My belief is if Vegas ended in early 2016 or 2015, she would've devoted her time to a tour. She loves Glory, and that passion was enough in my belief for her to want to get out there and rally for it. There's a dramatic difference between 2016- Britney and let's say 2011-2015 Britney. She got more control over her album and wasn't told who to work with or anything like that. The result is clear. She was happier, more comfortable, and more excited about her work. Just like any person whose happy with their work would be. Anyone would have more passion in their work if they solely worked on it and they really believe in it. My point is, Britney is very stable in her life, and all signs point to that. 10 years is more than long enough to prove you can take care of yourself - and she has done that in strides. She's not this frail, anxious, woman that breaks with even the slightest bit of push back. She has the thickest skin in the business. She was the highest paid female musician in 2012, and still makes a more than great income with Vegas. We now see Britney doing good things with her money, with her building the childhood cancer facility. No one in Britney's position would hang it all up at 35. Just,... No. And I'm not this crazy fan demanding she work more, either. I can't demand anything from her. Would I like to see more promo? Of course! But that's up to her and her team. I'm just using common sense and basing my observations off of what we've seen in her the last few eras.
  16. 1 point
    I don't know why you 're assuming she's being told what to do 100% of the time and why you think she had no input with femme fatale. She may have been unhappy because she didn't want to promote, maybe she had another mental breakdown during that time. FF happened to be the last era where we got full promo so that could be saying a lot. If the conservatorship ends that does not mean we'll be getting a more raw edgier version of her, it could mean she stops, it could mean she gets worse and can't continue. The Vegas show doesn't have much to do with lack of promo because they can and do shoot stuff during her breaks. It's either she doesn't want to, they don't want to invest the money in it because people are not checking for her now, they don't know how to best market her in this current climate, or a combo of all of this. No one is saying she can't handle it or doesn't have passion anymore, we're just saying she probably doesn't want to do the promo full force anymore.
  17. 1 point
    I agree that it seems like the pullback in her promo most likely has to do with Britney wanting to take it easy. She has had a LOOOONG career and most artists don't go for this long, especially with what she want through 10 years ago. People have to stop expecting so much out of her at this point. She clearly can get a hit, songs these days are mostly trash anyway so it's not that hard for someone in her position. I truly do think that she doesn't want all that attention, she just wants to release her music and perform. She's not trying to win over critics or non-fans, nor is she trying to win all the Grammys, make any statements, or be a trend setter or anything like that. She doesn't want to break sales records, she doesn't want to be on all the magazine covers or be seen hanging with this one and that one at events and parties. She just wants to do her thing. Let her OR move on.
  18. 1 point
    Could also be that Britney has no interest in doing anything more than what she is. I know we all like to blame the team a lot, but Britney's a grown-up and is most likely involved in a lot (if not all) of these decisions.
  19. 1 point
    Oh wow, now there's alot of things I could say that I would like as a Britney fan. Glory was absolutely flawless, and unfortunately it seems like a rare moment when Britney releases such a gem. It's sad that this era was half ruined by more stupid team B bullshit. I'm most furious about the scrapping of the original Make Me video (isn't everyone). That video from the clips I've seen, would've been CLASSIC Britney. It was sexy, the choreography was on point, and so much more. It would've been one of her best videos. Small adjustments and edits could've been made to make Britney more comfortable and happier with the result, but classic team B's solution to a difficult situation is to scrap it all and start over. This also destroyed the original package artwork plan, which was allegedly to be done by David Lachepelle, and instead we got a hurried, Femme Fatale inspired cover by Randee St. Nicholas, using a SCREENSHOT as the front album cover. As for sales, I'm caring less and less about them these days, however, Britney Spears is Britney Spears. When we have Beyoncé (who's career is just as long and rewarding) releasing one of the most hyped albums of last year, it just makes me question alot of things with her team. Why isn't team B considering trying new publicity tactics and attempting to boost sales by keeping the album off of streaming platforms for a good 6 months? It seems Britney has let alot of good new people into her professional circle, which is how Glory was able to be made. Now she needs to throw out the rest of the rats who try to control her career or use the same old tired tricks over and over again. My perfect #B10 would be: an album with a fresh dance-pop sound, recorded by top producers, including long time collaborators like Max Martin and Bloodshy & Avant, and new producers too, who are fresh but not basic, boring, annoying and generic like the current situation of the top 40 (sorry not sorry if you like the top 40 right now lol) I want HITS next era. I want REAL promotion. And not just promotion - PUBLICITY. ALOT OF IT. OF ANY KIND. And Glory era level performances. Her BB awards performance was her best in YEARS imo. Oh, and maybe do a couple ballads you could sing LIVE to shut the haters up. I would love a Britney album recorded with her natural (and powerful, it's still there somewhere) contralto vocals. Could you imagine if she did a singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran type album with no vocal processing? She could do it. And her voice could sound even more amazing with proper training with her lower range. That's where the power in her voice hides. I'm just ranting, nothing I want will probably ever happen, which disappoints me because I just don't think people see the potential she has, even her herself. God, have you heard the clips of her singing "Open Arms" from all those years ago? After her live performance of "Something to Talk About" earlier this year, you can still hear glimpses of that in her voice. Same with everything else, her managers, everything... If she were surrounded by only people who were letting her do her thing and have fun, then we wouldn't have any "original video scrapped" dillemas. Ugh. /Rant. Here's to hoping #B10 is indeed something to talk about.
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