Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Britney's Body Is Mad Crazy

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The longer her Resurrection of Britney Tour rolls on, the hotter Ms. Spears appears to get.

Brit left her Jessica Simpson mom jeans at home and showed off her slammin' physique at her show in DC last night.

It only takes $2.7 million in lawyer fees to look this good.

Source: TMZ

"Britney: For The Record" DVD Scans

One of my friends at Jive had an official copy of Britney: For The Record lying on her desk, and she was cool enough to send in some scans of the DVD! Check out the full front and back cover, after the jump. BTW, be sure to preorder your copy now from Or you can just pop on over to your nearest Target or Wal-Mart when it hits shelves on April 7. Start planning your FTR watch parties now though, because we're gonna have a CONTEST (with prizes) based on the best watch party pics! Check back next week for details. xx♥


What Do YOU Think The Next Circus Single Should Be? has dismissed the rumors that 'Radar' will be the 4th single and created a poll in which they ask you to chose a next single...the last time they did this 'If U Seek Amy' won and we all know how that turned out..So...

Ps: If ya don't vote for 'Mannequin' I'll hurt ya so bad that a night alone with Jigsaw will sound amazing.

Brit Wishes You A Merry Xmas...In March

It's better then pussygate though...

Britney's Back

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Judging from the size of the Verizon Center crowd, thousands of Washington-area concert-goers support a Britney Spears comeback -- at least that's the way it looked Tuesday night when the pop princess brought her Circus tour to the downtown arena.

Fans were certainly in the mood to show Miss Spears some love. They staged sing-alongs outside the venue and also dressed like the star, based on their favorite phase of her career. Some swarmed the merchandise tables, others screamed like horror movie-watchers — and they all shelled out the roughly $40 to $130 for a ticket.

Perhaps a few in the crowd may have been hoping to see a train wreck. It is, after all, it just two years removed from the star's bizarre antics -- like inexplicably shaving her head, attacking a sports utility vehicle with an umbrella and earning the title as the worst performer in the history of the MTV Video Music Awards. But these doubters would have been better off finding an Amy Winehouse gig to attend, because the Britney of old was back -- and in tremendous shape, by the way.

For 90 minutes, Miss Spears strutted, writhed and bounced around the stage with the best of her pop music contemporaries. We won't talk about her singing, though, since it's hard to say if she actually did any of it. But she certainly attacked the complex choreography she'd been given and commanded the three-ring circus taking place on stage.

There were dancers, gymnasts, hula hoopers, martial artists, clowns, aerial performers, pyrotechnics and props galore. And when a giant cylindrical screen surrounding the stage wasn't showing video footage to distract the audience during costume changes, Miss Spears was soaring on a bejeweled umbrella, getting sawed in half by a magician and rocking her way through a good, old-fashioned dance break. Her worst mishap in the whole concert? A toppled top hat.

The performer relied heavily on her newest material, including last year's successful "Circus" (which spawned the No. 1 hit "Womanizer") and 2007's critically acclaimed "Blackout." A few oldies but goodies such as her breakout track "Baby One More Time" made the set list, but several of her best-loved tunes, including "Oops!...I Did It Again" and "Overprotected," were missing. The sold-out crowd didn't seem bothered by the omissions.

If anyone in the audience was disappointed, it was likely the parents with children in tow, as they quickly realized Miss Spears' spectacle was a tad bit raunchy for young eyes. (Seriously speaking, who would take their youngsters to this show without having at least an inkling of what they were getting into?) Raunchiness aside, it was a triumphant evening for Miss Spears. Given her troubled past, we don't know what lies ahead, but for now, at least, she's in the zone.

Source: Washington Times

Britney Spears Is Back

My ears were ringing before the show even started.

So many teens, pre-teens, post-teens -- all wailing like banshees for Britney Spears at Washington's Verizon Center last night.

Though piercingly painful, the crowd's gleeful shrieks for Brit-Brit only added to the excitement. And what a show it was.

Yes, Britney lip-synced the whole thing. But let's be honest -- nobody was there to hear her sing.
I'll bet nobody cared. All that crowd wanted was to be dazzled, and Britney didn't let them down. The sheer spectacle of the whole thing was stunning.

Instead of a stage, there were three circular performance areas -- modeled after a three-ring circus. The tour is in support of Britney's new album, Circus, and the show is kind of like a wicked, hedonistic night under the Big Top ...

Before Britney hit the stage, we were treated to a video in which celebrity gossip queen Perez Hilton gushed about Britney's comeback. He was dressed like a screwy Victorian monarch, and gleefully gnawed on a scepter topped with a baby doll's head after giving his introduction. Weird.
For the first song -- the title track from Circus -- Britney descended from the ceiling in black boots and a red ringmaster's jacket. Brit seemed stiff and wooden for most of the track, but warmed up after a few minutes.

Over the course of the night, Britney seemed to make an entrance from every angle. She popped up from the floor, dropped down from overhead and, once, even hopped on a suspended human platform made from two interlocked contortionists and rode it up to the rafters.

All the while, a posse of dancers, contortionists and circus performers darted around the bubbly popstress. Fog rolled across the circular stage, sparks shot down from the ceiling and camera flashes flickered from the audience like strobe lights. At times, it was almost too much.

By the way, if you're planning on seeing this tour and haven't bought your tickets yet, try and get seats near the center of the venue. Britney tended to play to the audience nearest the middle ring.

No, there weren't any wardrobe malfunctions. But Britney did have a new getup for each song. She donned Middle Eastern garb for "Me Against the Music," a song she recorded with Madonna, and came out dressed as a police officer for the final song, "Womanizer."

Britney drew heavily from her Circus and Blackout albums for the set, and occasionally played a hit from years past. A bumping rendition of "... Baby One More Time" was a show-stopper, and would have made a better encore than "Womanizer." But now I'm being nit-picky.

This is Britney's first tour in about five years, and she's is eager to reestablish herself as one of the world's biggest female entertainers. If last night's show was any indication, Britney is well on her way.

Welcome back, Brit.

Source: Baltimore Sun

Britney Spears Brings The Circus To The Capitol

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Britney Spears performs a 90-minute set on her comeback Circus tour and reveals some new outfits on Tuesday (March 23) at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC.

Sources close to the 27-year-old singer has been receiving messages over phone and mail, threatening her life and to kidnap her sons during her Circus tour.

It was also recently reported that Britney’s estate that holds most of her assets paid at least $2.7 million in lawyers’ fees and costs during the initial 11 months of the court-ordered conservatorship.

Britney will likely be traveling to to Australia later this year, in her first tour of the country.

See more pics here!

Source: Just Jared

Joke Of The Day

Source: Breathe Heavy

Next week's NE exclusive? Michael Jackson: 'I'm an ape'.

Britney Rules 'Circus' Ring With the Greatest of Tease

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A demure Britney Spears shuffled quietly onto the Verizon Center stage last night, illuminated by a single overhead spotlight, and began to sing a plaintive, a cappella song about . . . oh, who the heck are we kidding?

Britney Spears creates a scene just by stepping out of the house. And so for her comeback tour, she's settled for nothing less than an outrageous pop extravaganza. Not for nothing did she name her 2008 chart-topping album "Circus," y'all.

Brit-Brit's entrance here was preceded by a snarky video announcement by gossip maven Perez Hilton, after which Spears descended from the rafters in black vinyl dominatrix boots, a red ringmaster's jacket and not a whole lot else, a bejeweled whip in her hands. Lights flashed, smoke wafted across the stage -- actually, three circular stages set up in the center of the arena -- as dancers in bondage outfits and clown makeup twirled.

The title track of "Circus," which summarizes the pop star's big-top existence, boomed over the PA, and a dancing, strutting, preening Spears halfheartedly pretended to sing. (If she sang live last night, it wasn't particularly obvious. And if the musicians hidden on the floor surrounding the stage played live, well, who would've known?)

Not that anybody seemed to mind. Too busy fending off sensory overload, which was exactly as Spears seemed to want it.

The show wasn't a concert. It was an over-the-top spectacle in which Spears -- considered a major popwreck just a couple of years ago -- made a compelling case for herself as the current queen of pop performance art.

The 90-minute set was heavy on songs from her most recent albums, "Circus" and "Blackout," though Spears did return to her debut for an explosive version of her breakthrough hit, " . . . Baby One More Time."

The set was more notable for its staging than its songs, as big-wheel bikes raced around the stage, contortionists contorted, videos flashed (and Spears threatened to) -- and somebody got an onstage lap dance.

So much pop stimulation.

Spears, at 27, is busy rehabilitating her career after it -- and she -- went off the rails. (You remember: The shaved head. The umbrella attack. The soporific VMAs performance. The K-Fed.)

The Circus show -- a part of the first full tour for Spears in five years, which is an eternity for a pop star -- filled Verizon, even with many tickets priced north of $100.

On the concourse, Britney Inc. was doing brisk business, too. The performer's fans (mostly young, overwhelmingly female) lined up eight deep to buy "Britney Spears"-brand tattoos ($3), feather boas ($10) and black velour tracksuits ($150). Brit-Brit thongs -- $20 per barely there pair -- seemed to be especially popular. Keep it classy, kids!

Multiple fans dressed in tarted-up Catholic-schoolgirl uniforms, complete with knee-high white nylon stockings -- Britney's signature look a decade ago, when she crash-landed on the pop-culture radar by declaring: "I'm not. That. Innocent."

As it turns out, she wasn't kidding. The encore number was proof enough of that.

As the stomping beat and sirenlike synths of "Womanizer" rang out, Spears appeared onstage dressed like the chief of the stripper police (mirrored sunglasses, hot pants, boots, blue cop's shirt unbuttoned just so). The requisite dance routine followed, after which sparks rained from the rafters and confetti showered the screaming crowd.

Spears bowed, waved and then walked off the stage and into the bowels of the arena, her exit not nearly as outrageous as her entrance.

Source: Washington Post

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