Written by Joanna on 11th Apr 2013 and filed under Peers, Video
Melissa Joan Hart Spills on What it Was REALLY Like Being in a Britney Spears Music Video. We’ve all dreamed of being in a music video. But a Britney Spears music video? That’s on a whole new level of dreaming!
So when we sat down with Melissa Joan Hart at Bowlmor Times Square in NYC to play a game of “What Was That Like?” we definitely had to ask about the video for “(You Drive Me) Crazy” which Melissa and her Drive Me Crazy co-star, a pre-Entourage Adrian Grenier appear in!
Written by Joanna on 8th Apr 2013 and filed under Peers
Things could have ended up very differently for Ryan Gosling and Britney Spears if they got together during their Mouseketeer days.
The 32-year-old actor has admitted that he fancied the 31-year-old pop star while they were together on ‘The Mickey Mouse Club,’ ”Britney was a sweetheart,” Gosling says. “She lived right above me, the girl next door. The little girl I used to play basketball and spin the bottle with.”
Though Ryan says that he doesn’t really keep in touch with his former Mouseketeers he does praise their success, “It is remarkable, but it isn’t, in a way. Now you have The X Factor and all that stuff, but back then it wasn’t around.”
“You give these kids an unparalleled work ethic which is why you see the difference between ‘NSYNC and those other bands, and between Britney and Christina and the other girls.”
Written by Joanna on 28th Mar 2013 and filed under Peers, Poll
After three weeks of voting and hundreds of thousands of responses, we have a champion of the second annual Hot 100 March Madness — and she looks a lot like last year’s winner! Will.i.am & Britney Spears’ “Scream & Shout” was voted the best song to reach the Top 5 of the Hot 100 chart over the past year, emerging from a field of 32 and giving Spears a repeat victory after the pop princess claimed the 2012 crown with “Hold It Against Me.” Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)” streaked into the Finals, but was no match for the pop star duo that met it in the final round. Scream, shout, let it all out — Will.i.am and Britney Spears are your Hot 100 March Madness 2013 champs!
Written by Joanna on 18th Dec 2012 and filed under List, Peers, Poll
#2 Britney Spears.
Britney Spears took a whopping percentage of the votes in this poll, clearly establishing the pop starlet as your favorite female dancer. The music video for the 2001 hit “I’m A Slave 4 U” is prime Britney, with the singer deliberately subverting her still-girlish appearance with overt, unapologetic sexuality.
Written by Joanna on 12th Dec 2012 and filed under List, Peers
Britney Spears, 31 years young and re-established as a household name after a few tumultuous years, has been named Forbes’ highest-paid woman in music of the past year, earning $58 million.
Spears’ platinum-selling album Femme Fatale and its accompanying tour were the main sources behind the pop star’s stratospheric ledger, with a fragrance deal and assorted endorsements rounding out the figures.
Close behind was Taylor Swift, who earned her $57 million in much the same way as Spears: with a huge record. Speak Now, Swift’s quadruple-platinum-certified album from 2010 generated $1 million per night on a tour which set sail through North America in early 2011.
Rounding out the top three is Rihanna at $53 million, whose endorsement deals with Vita Coco and Nivea as well as the enduring hit “Diamonds” contributed to her still-storming success.
Two surprises crop up: the sultry chanteuse Sade’s placement ahead of Madonna at #8 (the Queen of Pop hadn’t yet embarked on her worldwide MDNA tour, something likely to boost her standing next year). As well, Adele’s relatively modest placement at #7 on the list, despite her historic, ten-times-platinum certified album 21.
Jennifer Lopez’s classification as a “Personality” precluded her inclusion in the women in music list, whose earnings of $52 million would have tied her with Lady Gaga at #4.
The Forbes list measures gross income from all sources, not adjusted for managements fees or taxes (and so is not representative of the bottom line of a particular star’s bank account) between May 2011 to May 2012. Forbes’ date range doesn’t include Spears’ lucrative contract with “The X Factor” (reportedly for $15 million), nor a particularly high-profile year for Rihanna.
Here’s the full list:
1. Britney Spears ($58 million) 2. Taylor Swift ($57 million) 3. Rihanna ($53 million) 4. Lady Gaga ($52 million) 5. Katy Perry ($45 million) 6. Beyoncé ($40 million) 7. Adele ($35 million) 8. Sade ($33 million) 9. Madonna ($30 million) 10. Shakira ($20 million)
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