A divorce from Kevin Federline and an exhausting custody battle over their two kids, a shotgun Vegas wedding to childhood friend Jason Alexander and a general struggle to maintain agency over her own life inevitably culminated in a heavily publicized breakdown. It was described at the time as "the most public downfall of any star in history," crystalized in a widely panned VMAs performance in which Britney half-assed it through the debut of "Gimme More" in the most perfectly articulated statement of IDGAF up to that point. It also took place in the foreground while Spears—somehow—worked on her fifth and most foreboding album Blackout.
However meager our lives, celebrity Instagram accounts offer certain reliable comforts: front-facing studio-quality portraits of our favorite stars standing or sitting alone in careful outfits; a high percentage of photos taken from the manubrium up, so that our entire phone screen is dominated by their proportional features. This is the fame trade-off in We give them attention and a lightly engaged readership with the potential to translate to advertising revenue; they give us stylized, intimate glimpses of a life more elegant and photogenic than our own. What is the result when someone ignores these conventions and attempts to use their account like a regular person?
Britney Spears' mother is set to lift the lid on the troubled singer's life - with revelations that she was drinking at 13 and lost her virginity the following year. Mrs Spears also says her daughter lost her virginity aged 14 to an year-old high school football player soon after she quit the programme. Britney Spears' mother Lynne's new book contains explosive revelations that the star was drinking at 13, sexually active at 14 and took drugs at
The pair were dressed in identical bondage-style outfits — Britney in black, Rihanna in white — for the racy performance. And their stage antics — which saw Rihanna writhing around on the stage and Britney brandishing chains and wearing a bondage-style mask with bunny ears — culminated in a giant pillow fight between the two singers. And it was the first performance of the night for the blonde singer, who later returned to the stage to perform a duet with rapper Nicki Minaj. There was also a memorable performance from Beyonce, who wore a skimpy bodysuit — covered with metal embellishments to protest her modesty — for her performance of new single Run The World Girls.
It was, in my mind, perfect. The outfits, the dancing—this video had it all! Brandy and Monica never quite received the amount of magazine covers and accolades that their white peers accumulated seemingly out of nowhere.
Britney Spears has been blonde since the dawn of time. Picture her in any music video, poster, or CD cover, you can bet she's sporting golden strands. To be honest, we don't think we've known her any other way.
The episode is part of three hour-long new stories comprising the futuristic show's long-awaited fifth season. Charlie Brooker, show creator and series writer, is responsible for the vision of Cyrus' episode, "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too. In Black MirrorCyrus plays a secretly disillusioned, lavender-haired pop superstar named Ashley O, who, as part of her upbeat image, releases an AI doll called Ashley Too.
A true cast of characters, including Criss Angel. Why he's significant: He's one of Britney's first boyfriends and is one of the most iconic people from her hometown, Kentwood, Louisiana. Reg Jones is a legend.
For abandoning Janet Jackson. And, yes, for climbing to fame on the back of one Britney Jean Spears. Pretend you're back in and someone tells you that in 10 years, Britney Spears will be in the midst of a career resurgence -- while the Internet is celebrating the second Twitter takedown of Justin Timberlake in two months. First you might ask, what's "Twitter"?