Britney Spears donated proceeds from painting sale to benefit victims of Las Vegas shooting; 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous' Robin Leach was buyer
"Leave Britney Alone," a sobbing defense of Crocker's fallen idol Britney Spears after she was mercilessly blasted in the media for her disastrous MTV Video Music Awards performance, went viral in an era before that term even existed.
Since 1984, the VMAs have produced not some of the biggest pop culture moments as well as some of the most awkward, squirm-in-your-seat, can’t-look-away moments.
Britney Spears deviated from her usual 'Piece of Me' concert Saturday to introduce a cover of Bonnie Raitt's "Something to Talk About."
Britney Spears’ concert was interrupted Wednesday night after a man rushed the stage and was tackled by security.
Fans and critics have speculated that she uses a backing track instead of her own voice. But clearly, the pop star has had enough.
Jennifer Lopez’s relationship with Alex Rodriguez might be grabbing all the headlines these days, but “Jenny from the block” still remembers what it was like to grow up in a nontraditional family.
Whether she’s showing off her latest outfit in a sassy strut in her living room, or posting her latest workout sesh in the gym, Britney Spears knows how to work it on social media. ???????????? A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on May 22, 2017 at 2:32pm PDT
Allesia Cara, Hailee Steinfeld, Train, Grace Vanderwaal, and Julia Michaels performed at the fifth annual event.
When Backstreet Boys helped close out the ACM Awards on Sunday (April 2) night in Las Vegas, they made country duo Florida Georgia Line perform some of the iconic choreography during a surprise collaboration on "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)."
Britney Spears proved that she’s still got game. The 35-year-old mother of two took to Instagram yesterday to share a video of her shooting hoops, and boy does she still have it. Well … maybe not the passing part. Perfect day to shoot some hoops ???????? A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) on Mar 8, 2017 at 1:41pm PST
Musician Jack Antonoff from Bleachers and Fun enlisted support from fellow A-list musicians and celebrities to sign an open letter addressing Texas lawmakers on anti-LGBTQ legislation.
On Wednesday, Britney Spears gave eager fans an eyeful, when one of her breasts slipped out during her Las Vegas residency set at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. “The Piece of Me” singer was in the middle of a performance, when her sexy green leotard slipped to the side and exposed her left breast to fans. At first, she didn’t notice the wardrobe malfunction, but then, without missing a beat, the singer handled it like a pro, adjusted her costume and kept right on performing.
The first look at Natasha Bennett as Britney Spears in Lifetime's upcoming "Britney Ever After" biopic shows the singer's rise from obscurity through her troubled years and a return to stardom. The film debuts on Feb. 18 at 8 p.m. ET.
“I still get very nervous,” noted Britney Spears of playing MTV’s Video Music Awards this week in a widely publicized radio interview. Although the VMAs have historically been the site of Spears’s fiercest moments – the near-naked bodysuit (in 2000)! The snake (in 2001)! The kiss (with Madonna, in 2003)! – the awards show also hosted her landmark rock-bottom moment, namely her foggy performance of “Gimme More” in 2007, which drew criticism from everyone, except perhaps vlogger Chris Crocker. Spears cleaned up and made good with MTV, winning the VMAs’ Best Video Award in 2008 and the Video Vanguard Award in 2011, and even going so far as to be a presenter in 2015.
LAS VEGAS – SEPTEMBER 09: Singer Britney Spears performs onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards at The Palms Hotel and Casino on September 9, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)[/caption]
Britney Spears is hitting up pop culture one more time, releasing a new album, singing retro karaoke hits and about to take the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) stage for the first time since 2007. Spears, 34, who became a teen pop phenomenon with breathy, sexually-charged hits like “Toxic” and “Oops!.. I Did it Again,” released new album “Glory” on Friday ahead of a much anticipated return to the VMA show on Sunday in New York. Spears dominated pop music before undergoing a personal and career meltdown in 2006-2007 that included shaving her signature blonde locks, losing custody of her two children and being placed under a court-ordered conservatorship.
The superstar sang a medley of her songs on Thursday's 'Late Late Show,' including "Toxic," "Baby One More Time" and "Oops I Did It Again."
The singer also shoots down rumors that she has a song with Justin Bieber in the works and says her forthcoming album, 'Glory,' is her "best work" to date.