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Outtake from Rolling Stone 2008 photographed by Peggy Sirota

Rolling Stone 2003 Outtake photographed by Matthew Rolston.

Rolling Stone 2003 Outtake photographed by Matthew Rolston.


Rolling Stone ran an article about Britney’s Las Vegas residency and her eighth studio album, “Britney Jean,” for their December 5th issue.

Diawal tahun 2013 Britney kembali mengalami transisi dalam hidup dan karirnya, mengumumkan pengunduran dirinya sebagai juri di musim ketiga The X-Factor USA, dan perpisahan dengan tunangannya Jason Trawick. Perpisahan tersebut terbilang cukup rumit mengingat Trawick, seorang talent-agent, merupakan salah satu co-conservator sah Britney bersama sang ayah, Jamie Spears sejak 2007.

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Rolling Stone has listed 24 wildest moments in MTV VMA history and 4 Britney’s iconic moments is gracing the list!

2. Madonna, Britney Kiss, World Stops, 2003

The world stopped for a split second, when the Queen of Pop locked lips with her rival/protégé, Britney Spears. (Christina Aguilera snuck in a kiss too, but no one cared.)

7. Britney Blows Comeback, 2007
Opening the 2007 VMAs, an out-of-shape Britney huffed, puffed and lip-synched her way through “Gimme More.” Making matters worse, Sarah Silverman followed her onstage with this brutal line: “She is 25 years old and has already accomplished everything she is going to accomplish in her life.” Damn.

12. Damn, Britney! Where’d Your Clothes Go?, 2000
One minute Britney rocking a sleek black suit. Then she ripped it off, revealing a flesh-colored bodysuit, and began belting out “Oops… I Did It Again.” Go girl!

23. Britney Dances with a Snake, 2001
Her video for “I’m A Slave 4 U” was shocking enough. (Panties on top of leather!) But that’s nothing compared to the live python she draped around her neck at the VMAs.

So, Britney has most iconic moments than your favorite!


Britney’s throwback photo:

! My cover photo from 2003, such a fun shoot!



Britney’s upcoming studio album made The Rolling Stone’s Most Anticipated Albums of 2013 list at #8

With widespread reports that Britney is leaving The X Factor after just one season, there’s presumably plenty of time for her to wrap up the follow-up to 2011′s Femme Fatale. That album was a big success, landing “Hold It Against Me,” “Till the World Ends” and “I Wanna Go” all over the radio. Britney’s 2007 meltdown is now a distant memory, and she’s once again one of the most reliable hit-makers in the industry. Not much is known about the new album, but we’d be shocked if she didn’t work with Max Martin and Dr. Luke again. Why mess with a winning formula?

Her Album 8 also listed on MTV’s Most Anticipated Pop Album of 2013 at #6


Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone counted down their top 25 favorite songs of 2011, with How I Roll topping the list at number one!

1. Britney Spears, “How I Roll” Britney hooks up with the Swedish production duo Bloodshy and Avant, who also gave her “Toxic” in 2004 and “Piece of Me” in 2007, and like the first two chapters of the trilogy, it’s fiendishly inventive girl noise. Every sound effect that jumps out of the mix“ Brit slurring the word “speakerrrr,” digital finger-snaps, a real beatbox pretending to be a human beatbox – builds the tension. There’s even a plot: An ordinary girl sits in her lonely room, dreaming of party lights far away, wishing she could escape to a place where she can show her kneesocks and drink tequila on the rocks, where there’s music and there’s people and they’re young and alive. But the mean old world won’t let her break free, so she just sings along with the machines until she turns into a machine herself, because only the beat understands her.

Rolling Stone’s Top 25 Songs Of 2011

1. Britney Spears, “How I Roll”
2. Big Sean feat. Nicki Minaj, “Dance (A$$) (Remix)”
3. Beyonce, “Countdown”
4. EMA, “California”
5. Bon Iver, “Beth/Rest”
6. Jay-Z and Kanye West feat. Frank Ocean, “No Church In The Wild”
7. Pistol Annies, “Hell On Heels”
8. Rebecca Black, “Friday”
9. Nicki Minaj, “Super Bass”
10. Stevie Nicks, “Annabel Lee”
11. Rihanna, “We Found Love”
12. Destroyer, “Kaputt”
13. Azealia Banks, “212″
14. Kurt Vile, “Runner Ups”
15. Adele, “Rolling In The Deep”
16. Radiohead, “Separator”
17. Neon Indian, “Fallout”
18. Thurston Moore, “Mina Loy”
19. The Horrors, “Still Life”
20. Xeno and Oaklander, “Sets and Lights”
21. Paul Simon, “Rewrite”
22. Avril Lavigne, “What the Hell”
23. Yuck, “Get Away”
24. Nicki Minaj, “Girlfriend”
25. Lady Gaga, “The Edge Of Glory”

Listen How I Roll!!