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  1. She is the 7th artist to achieve this mark
  2. Even the certified VOICE OF OUR GENERATION says she would've been nothing without Lady Gaga's impact!
  3. Today we celebrate the fifth birthday of Britney’s eighth concert tour, ‘The Femme Fatale Tour.’ The Femme Fatale Tour was the eleventh highest grossing tour of 2011, with a gross of $68.7 million. After the first ten shows, the Femme Fatale Tour had already grossed $6.2 million bucks. Not bad for a week and a half’s work. On show day, set up required 23, 18-wheeler trucks and would start as early as 5am. The crew builds the stage from the ceiling downward, rather than starting from the bottom up. It took on average seven hours from start to finish. 50,000 refrigerators could run solely on the power produced from the Femme Fatale stage each night! If you placed all of the LED screens used in the show next to each other, it would create 56 feet of Britney viewing pleasure. Britney’s tour by the numbers: 140 workers, 125 crew members, 14 tour buses, 16 dancers, 2 band members and 1 icon! The 265 people that make the show possible do not go hungry. On average, 8 grocery trips are made in each venue’s city. Britney’s costumes on this tour were designed by Zaldy Goco, who has also worked with Gwen Stefani and Lady Gaga. In the encore number of the show, Toxic, Britney wears a handmade Japanese Kimono with Toxic written in Japanese on the right sleeve and a handmade portrait of the pop queen on the left sleeve. Keeping with the international woman of mystery theme, Britney changed her hairstyle for each location on the Femme Fatale Tour, to reflect the city she’s in. Britney’s also had a chandelier in her dressing room that followed her around the world. The set locations included many countries that Britney had either never been to, or never toured before. When the tour was announced in May 2011, Enrique Iglesias was confirmed as the supporting act for the tour. Minutes after the worldwide announcement, Enrique’s team pulled out stating that he could fill arenas on his own and would not be a support act, they were under the impression that it would a combined tour with both artists as headliners. Nicki Minaj was brought in shortly after the announcement, which was by far a more suitable choice and more relevant to the tour. Nicki Minaj joined Britney on stage to perform, ‘Till The World Ends (The Femme Fatale Remix)’ on numerous dates. 3ality Digital filmed the Toronoto tour in 2D and 3D which aired on Fox in the United States only. On 9 July 2011, Britney headlined Summerfest with the tour, making it her first time headlining the festival since 2000. Britney was due to headline Summerfest in 2004 but had to pull out due to a leg injury. Britney included a lap-dance on her tour, much to the excitement of many of fans young and older… The tour paid tribute to many female artists including Marilyn Monroe, Sarah Jessica Parker (she mentioned most of her looks and hair styles were inspired by the SATC star), Brigitte Bardot (Make up style) and Madonna. Britney performed Madonna’s debut single as part of her set-list and also included her duet with Rihanna, ‘S&M.’ Professional footage of the show was released on DVD, which is the first time since Britney’s early career days. Celebrate with us by watching the full tour below. Unfortunately due to copyright, the better quality versions have been removed from Youtube.
  4. From Missy's album Under Construction It is a little bit cheesy but still Slay me Bey
  5. Oops! I Did It Again: The Best of Britney Spears is a compilation album of American singer Britney Spears. It was released on June 15, 2012 by Sony Music Camden. The album contains some early singles but is considerably filled with album tracks and bonus tracks from five of her studio albums: …Baby One More Time (1999), Oops!… I Did It Again (2000), Britney (2001), In the Zone(2003) and Circus (2008). The album does not contain tracks from Blackout (2007) or Femme Fatale(2011). Its issuance with no official press release or announcement took both fans and critics by surprise. When fans on Twitter asked about the compilation, global distributor Sony Music stated they had no knowledge of the album. It was not released in the US for unknown reasons. – Wikipedia
  6. Spend 3 weeks in Billboard's top 10! Talent evolving to even a bigger talent!
  7. Organisers of Pride Canterbury hope today's spectacular parade and show will become the premier annual festival of its kind in Kent. Almost 300 people have already signed up for the procession, which will gather at the Marlowe Theatre before parading up the High Street at 1pm to the Dane John Gardens. A huge party is planned, with tribute acts on the bandstand including Madonna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry, as well as performances by Danny Beard and La Voix from Britain’s Got Talent. X These are only a tribute acts, they will not attend
  8. OMFG alvbvnñlafbiqghb98oihh why i didnt know about this diss track alsajl is just as iconic & good like Obssesed, poor Eminem May I have your attention please? May I have your attention please? Will the Real Slim Shady please shut up? I repeat, will the real slim shady please shut up? We're gonna have a problem here. You all act like you never heard a white person before. His rhymes are a bore, punk kid trying to be hard core ( Yo! What's up??) The mushroom mouth is back worse than before.(???) Making us snore, whining in the microphone ( Baby crying) It's the return of the oh wait, no wait, you're a fool. You didn't pay money for this CD did you? And Dr. Dre (laugh) did everything you idiot, without Dre's defense you're as good as dead. The world's had enough of Eminem ( Jiggy jiggy) Even his girlfriend's cheatin on him. Look at him, walking around living off Dre, acting so cool, but he's really kinda weak though. Little twit blasts me on his new cd Why? Cause I turned him down for a date (hee hee) As for the question of who came first, was it Carson daly or was it Fred Durst? I'm sorry Slim, but this is gonna hurt. They both came closer than you ever will, jerk. Your song is on my nerves, your song is on my nerves. You're kinda lucky cause you got more fame than you deserve. That is the message that I deliver to little kids You can become famous and never know what talent is. Of course they're gonna like you, of course they do. You're like a cartoon version of Ricky Schroder on " Silver Spoons" You aint nothin but a product, packaged to be bought up. You know a year from now you won't be thought of. So you write about dead animals and cannibals And some day you'll stop dating dogs and date higher mammals. ( boy howls) And there's a million women just like me, that think like me, that all can see that Slim Shady is just a boy dealing with puberty So if you agree, scream loudly with me!! You're Slim Shady, yes you're the real shady You sound like Peter Brady, you get quite irritating. So won't the Real Slim Shady please shut up, please shut up, please shut up? You're Slim Shady, yes you're the real shady. You sound like Peter Brady, you get quite itrritating,. So won't the real slim shady please shut up, please shut up, please shut up
  9. Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mya and P!nk took Labelle's 1975 No. 1 to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 for a second time. HOW MANY POP DIVAS DOES IT TAKE to remake "Lady Marmalade"? In 1975, Patti LaBelle, Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash – performing as Labelle – turned the risque (for its time) funk potboiler into one of the decade's most distinctive hits. Twenty-six years later, four of the brashest stars of the 2000s – Christina Aguilera, P!nk, Lil' Kim and Mya – plus Missy Elliott (who produced the track with Rockwilder and Ron Fair and raps on it), rerecorded "Lady" and duplicated its chart success at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The remake, which was featured on the soundtrack to the Baz Luhrmann-directed musical film Moulin Rouge!, spent its first of five weeks at No. 1 on the June 2, 2001, chart. The song also won the Grammy Award for best pop collaboration with vocals in 2002, and its burlesque-style music video (with a cameo by Elliott) won video of the year at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards. Written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan (and inspired by New Orleans sex workers), "Lady Marmalade" is one of nine songs to top the Hot 100 in both its original iteration and reworked form; the latter's lyrics were altered slightly to fit the movie's premise. The track became Lil' Kim and Mya's first (and, so far, sole) Hot 100 No. 1, P!nk's first of four and Aguilera's fourth of five. X
  10. This iconic song hit #1 9 fucking years ago Time flies so fast
  11. Kesha has so much potential to make a monster of a comeback