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    Singer Britney Spears suffered a wardrobe malfunction during her recent "Piece of Me" show in Las Vegas on Friday, October 17. The pop star was performing her 2009 single, “3” in a revealing black mesh unitard with strategically placed pleather patches. Britney was about one-third into the performance when the zipped-up back of her sheer black jumpsuit popped open. She never skipped a beat as she motioned for her backup dancers to help and several dancers took stabs at zipping her up but they were unsuccessful. The “Stronger” songstress decided to turn her open zipper into part of her sexy choreography routine, continuing to sing and dance while she bared her back for the audience. When the song was done, Spears ran off the stage. Britney…

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    Disney was Their Open Door Flashback to the ninety’s, when Brittney Spears and Christina Aguilera Starred on The Mickey Mouse Club on Disney channel. For both stars, this was one of their first jobs, opening many doors for the girls. Since Disney, both women have become American Pop Icons. Even though, both stars started from the same place, they both evolved at different times, and took different chances in their musical career. Brittney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981 in McComb,…

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    changed. Being the well-known tragic hero she is today, Britney Spears has put down big lesson to be picked up.From dating, money, along with wealth, too much fame, moreover the big recovery she's shown standing strong is all that matters. Britney Spears embodies the characteristics of a strong leader as she shows she's Responsible,Positive, as well as Bold. Good leaders are responsible.Aside from cleaning up after a mess you made in the kitchen, or taking out the trash, the greatlander…

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    Lindsay Lohan. Justin Bieber. Britney Spears. Amanda Bynes. All these people have one major thing in common. They are unfairly labeled as “Child Stars Gone Wrong”. A combined list of their criminal charges include unauthorised drag racing on a public street, a ton of DUIs, drug use, theft, tampering with evidence, and many more outrageous charges. While I believe people make their own choices and are responsible for their actions, I also believe that the environment people are upraised in can…

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    Britney Spears is an american singer, dancer, and actress that has sparked the pop genre of music. Spears started her career as an actress auditioning for roles in The Mickey Mouse Club, later rejected because of her young age was accepted into a performing art school in New York. With her vocals making a large impact on the teachers and students her manager ,Lou Pearlman, got her a spot in the female pop group Innosense, which spears was rejected. After many rejections from many record labels…

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    In his video he defends her to the point of tears, while telling everyone to leave Britney alone. His video went viral and resulted in many people making fun of it and creating parodies of it. “Rickrolling” is considerably one of the most famous and longest running memes, involving Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up.” This meme has been popular for almost as long as the video has been released. This meme involves sending people the link to Rick Astley’s music video, making them believe it’s…

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    When Shakira shimmied her way onto MTV in 2001 with a steamy video for a slick, cookie-cutter dance-pop song, some people associated the Colombian singer with her American pop-music contemporaries Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. But the stylistic breadth of Shakira's music — elements of folk, Middle Eastern and traditional Latin styles over a foundation of rock and pop — gave her a degree of credibility the American teen queens lacked. What's more, when Shakira broke through in the United…

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    Everyone has their favorite celebrities whether is from sports, entertainments, or etc. Those celebrities in the spotlight always use their own story to inspire us. My favorite celebrity is Michael Jordan, and I obsessed with his basketball talents, shoe brand, and style of play. I would practiced 4 to 5 hours a day, for I just want to be like him in the basketball court. All of Jordan’s moves in the court and his lifestyle are attractive to me. In the article, Seeing by Starlight: Celebrity…

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    conch, chief. Ralph “tries to establish and preserve an orderly, rational society; he takes as his totem the conch, making it the symbol of rational, orderly discussion” (Hynes). The first rule set upon the island is that no one, save for Ralph and the holder of the conch, can speak in an assembly. The conch governs the island until a shift in power takes place. The spear has been growing since the discovery of the first pig. It, unlike the conch, has changed physically; it has been given barbs…

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    yet to come, but that does not safeguard her work from critique. Roxana Hadadi, a journalist for The Washington Post writes “[Moore’s work] suffers from the same woes that all mediocre break-up albums do, as it tackles only one subject but fails to switch up its musical or lyrical approach” (Hadadi 8). If it be all albums that take similar approaches and continue to be wildly popular, that would not implicate the piece to be “mediocre;” it means people can connect with it (Hadadi 8). Moore’s…

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