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Britney Spears spent millions in 2016, but dropped most of it in the same stores where you probably shop -- of course, you probably didn't make over $15 million last year.
TMZ obtained new docs filed in Britney's conservatorship, which show she dropped $10,956,873.91 last year. Sounds like a lot, 'cause it is, but the good news is she earned nearly $16 mil.
According to the docs, her biggest expenses include $122,613 for massages, grooming and nails ... $69,668 on wardrobe and $24,392 for hair and makeup. As much as she's been toning her bod ... the massages make sense.
Her pooches are still very well cared for -- $29,852 for the year, which is slightly down from the previous year.
As for shopping sprees ... she rarely spent more than a few hundred dollars at a time in Pottery Barn, Albertsons, Ralphs, Vons (lots o' groceries), Target and yes ... she had enough time to hit up Bed Bath & Beyond too.
Her total property and assets at year's end were $55,745,288 -- up about $5 million from 2015 -- and that number doesn't even include untold millions more in various trusts.
Some pop history just over a decade ago, Britney recorded a version of a song that would become Graffiti My Soul with pop stalwarts Xenomania.
Of course, Britney’s version never saw the light of day, and instead it landed with Girls Aloud and was recorded and used on their second album What Will The Neighbours Say?
With That being known all this time about the two versions we finally got a confirmation its def say and locked away thanks to Xenomania’s Brian Higgins dropped a massive pop bombshell last night bia twitter.
A fellow fan was quick to ask if we could hear Britney's version but got this reply from the Xenomania Twitter handle replied: “There’s a version of GA & Britney singing GMS but it’ll probably stay in our Vast Vaults forever – a bit like the Vatican archive our VV’s.”
Naturally, this sent fans into a frenzy. I mean lets face it another Britney song hell yes we want it. her demos are GOLD!! but also The very thought of Britney joining Girls Aloud for some pop magic is just too much to handle.
For now thou looks like we have just the fact of knowing its a thing.
“Tbh, I don’t own the GMS vocals by either GA or Britney – they belong to their respective labels so l cannae dee it! I’ll stop teasing!” Brian tweeted later on.
Someone start an online petition immediately and send us the link.
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YouTube creator Andy Wu mashed up the song with Britney Spears' 2004 hit "Toxic."
The video kicks off with Spears cooing her catchphrase, "It's Britney, bitch," following what sounds like a phone ringing in its cradle. Cut to Swift's voiceover from the end of her "Look" video: "Don't call me that."
Wu's remix starts up immediately, with the driving beat of Swift's song synching up with the frantic intro strings of "Toxic." The scenes, too, alternate between Swift in a graveyard, then in a tub full of diamonds, to Spears and her posse causing mischief aboard an international flight. Swift's talked-about dance moves are spliced with the Spears' iconic shakes and struts in "Toxic," including a routine in that unforgettable nude, bedazzled bodysuit.
Swift's "Stream Co." robbery coincides with Spears' wild motorcycle chase on the back of Tyson Beckford's motorcycle (fitting, given Swift's own fierce scenes atop a motorcycle.)
The three-and-a-half minute clip ends with a dial tone, perhaps the music video equivalent of a mic drop.
The Legendary Miss Britney Spears, a live singer who finds it really funny that a lot of people think that she doesn’t sing live, has snapped.
This evening (Aug. 19), during her long-running Piece Of Me residency in Las Vegas (which is officially coming to a close at the end of 2017), the “Rebellion-snippet.mp3” powerhouse performer suddenly went off-script, majorly, in the form of a rant against the fair-weathered fucks in the press — followed by a full, impromptu live cover of Bonnie Raitt‘s 1991 hit, “Something to Talk About.”
Some context: following a highly publicized Israeli interview, in which the singer angrily defended herself as a live singer who uses “a little bit of playback,” B-Girl took a moment in concert in Singapore earlier this summer to sing a soulful, a cappella rendition of “Happy Birthday” to formally silence the critics. It seems, however, that she’s far from done Hitting Back at The Haters™.
Midway through tonight’s show, Britney grabbed a microphone — like, in her hand and not her headset — and proceeded to vent to the crowd.
“Honestly, without the music and just the mic, it kind of feels illegal. It’s quiet right now. It feels kind of illegal doing this with this mic in my hand right now. It feels so weird,” she sarcastically sassed, spinning around.
“I been doing a lot of thinking lately. This morning, I woke up. I looked at the news, lots of things going on in the world and stuff,” Wokeney went on to explain, indirectly skewering Donald Trump’s failing presidency before pivoting to something more personal.
“You know what? The press and the media, my whole life — it’s really crazy because one minute they tear you down. It’s really horrible. And then the next minute you’re on top of the world. I’ve never really spoke about it, you know?” she said, temporarily forgetting the fact that not only does she have an entire song on that subject which she performs nightly, but it’s also the namesake of her show. But anyway!
B only went in harder on the press by channeling her inner Southern girl, 2010 Twitter style.
PS - Star Magazine, Radar Online, Jason Alexander and the rest of you liars, Ya'll can kiss my lily white southern Louisiana ass!— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) December 2, 2010
“I’m a Southern girl. I’m from Louisiana. I’m from the South and I like to keep it real,” she announced before another twirl back down the catwalk. “So, I just wanna make sure I keep having [giving?] you motherfuckers something to talk about.”
And thus began Piece Of Me‘s most rebellious live moment to date, nearly four years into the show’s run: a live Bonnie Raitt cover.
Another video of Britney singing completely live tonight. You can hear her better here! pic.twitter.com/mXWKouk2xE— ㅤ (@emailmypussy) August 20, 2017
BRITNEY SINGING LIVE TONIGHT pic.twitter.com/CNsRtcedKJ— ㅤ (@emailmypussy) August 20, 2017
The Undisputed Princess of Pop dug deep into her early era vocals, serving Spearitual runs and full-bodied belts as she crooned the musical middle finger to the crowd.
The press? Canceled. The performer? A live vocalist. Any other questions, you motherfuckers?