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Britney Spears - Conservatorship Ended #FreedBritney

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Toxicated, Jun 24, 2006.

  1. It's what she deserves.
    QueenB likes this.
  2. I love how they changed the cover of Glory and didn't include Britney Jean at all in the collage.

  3. Do the gays not still love Blackout? It's timeless.
    In The Zone is worthy though, what an album.
    nikkysan and Suburbia like this.
  4. Zone, Oops and Baby are parent albums to much bigger hits which is why it's probably low. I'm surprised Circus is above Blackout by that many streams though. The gays must have played the shit out of Mmm Papi last year
    Robbietoxic likes this.
  5. Womaniser is consistently in her top 5 streamed songs so probably the same situation.
  6. Britney Jean
  7. As I get older, I enjoy Womaniser less and less, I much prefer Circus.
  8. I still like Womaniser but I agree Circus completely trumps it.
  9. 'Womanizer' is iconic in her catalog, but the song sounds very much of it's time. The video I also realised the other day... isn't that great.
  10. And yet it still feels like too much
  11. I imagine the 28M Bridget Joanne streams are probably (hopefully) just Work Bitch.
  12. "Womanizer" is shit.
    lushLuck, Andrew and ElectricPlatypus like this.

  13. I agree, and it's so sad seeing her doing such a bad performance of it in Vegas...
  14. It really hasn't aged well.

    It served its purpose re-establishing her, as did the whole Circus album, but I don't enjoy it nearly as much as I did in 2008.
    The Holy Spearit likes this.
  15. I can't stand "Womanizer" hate.

    An A+ Britney single.
  16. Yeah Womanizer is amazing.
  17. I never choose to listen to Womanizer but It came on Spotify radio today and it’s still a major bop.
  18. This sums up my relationship with womanizer
    timothy_b, Ray and deepheat03 like this.
  19. BML


    Womanizer is a bit like Work Bitch in that they both are average, of their time pop songs that build up nicely throughout the verses only to completely fall apart at the middle 8.
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