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  1. Britney Spears thread

    Her fans hold on to two things: Pre-breakdown Britney. Who really did deliver some of the best performances in pop from 1999-2003 Post breakdown Britney. They laud how she overcame such terrible obstacles and blah blah blah. She's a SURVIVOR. And that's Britney's career. She had a good run for about 8 years before she fell off the deep end. Delivered a brilliant pop album during her breakdown, Blackout. Then went on to throw some of the same hit or miss shit without ever really evolving or giving a fuck. Other than that, she's pretty much been dead in the water since that heap of garbage, Britney Jean was released. She'll always be around in some way, shape, or form. Her nostalgia factor is too massive for her fans, diehard and casual, to ever really give up on her. She basically defined a pop era for millions of people, myself included. But as a performer, she's done. And I've given up any kind of hope she'll release anything interesting again.
  2. The world still LOVES her music

    Where's this alternative fact coming from?
  3. You're right. GMAYL lyrics are even more dreadful.
  4. Iā€™d actually rather her never play the guitar on anything ever again as long as she tours.
  5. Justin Timberlake thread

    Right. Right. Right. āœ…āœ…āœ…
  6. Greatest Hits Tour Setlist- in no apparent order

    I love this. Adjusted a couple tho.
  7. Swish Swish should've been the first single. It would've carried the entire era in my opinion. It had a killer beat, a quotable chorus, and one of Minaj's best raps. And yes, as someone said in here, this song was bigger than the charts made it out to be. Swish, Swish Chained To The Rythm Roulette Deja Vu She probably would've had 2 top 10's and 2 top 20's (at least) with those 4 singles.
  8. Janet Jackson was/is a better pop star than Timberlake by a mile. She's had her cringe moments and lackluster albums and songs, but as a whole, her body of work is far superior. I'll never understand that whole SB mess. Everyone involved handled it in such a ridiculous manner. Janet did. Justin did. The NFL did. Politicians did. The FCC did. And the general public and their fake pearl clutching was one of the most embarrassing displays of self righteous hypocrisy that I have ever witnessed. It wasn't even a whole tit. Ms. Jackson may have victimized herself, sure. And she may have not handled it in the way Madonna would've, but Madonna is Madonna and Janet is, well, not Madonna. I personally think it's sweet justice to see Timberlake raked through coals this era. Janet is enjoying a lovely cup of tea on a daily basis.
  9. Justin Timberlake thread

    I find it laughable that there's people in here with bleeding hearts showing sympathy for a shitty performance and a lackluster album. He's been a critical press darling for FAR FAR too long. Besides, he's a big boy and can handle some long overdue criticism.
  10. Trump / US politics thread šŸš½

    Of all this shitty, deplorable things Trump has done, this whole military parade takes the cake. What the actual fuck? And the fact that they're spinning this as his 'great appreciation for the military' is just insane. This is all about him and his insatiable need for attention. God, he's the WORST.
  11. Justin Timberlake thread

    Wow. Even Iā€™m shocked at the pile on and backlash against him over the SB and new album. The press is being RUTHLESS.
  12. You are such a treasure. Truly. ā¤ļø
  13. Well if they wanted to showcase a female lead singer in a band from the 90ā€™s, I can introduce them to Shirley Manson.
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