Is there a more fitting pair than Britney Spears and VH1’s Pop Up Video? We think not.
One day, all awards shows will see the light.
Is it premature to plan a tribute to an artist who has a current Top 10 single, and has not yet turned 30?
Every summer seems to have one: an anthem so embraced by the masses that it’ll be played over and over again until it feels as if the lyrics are encoded in your DNA. Sorry, but it’s pretty much unavoidable.
The screaming started before the show even began. The reason? An ad pushing the Glee app (as if NewsFeed doesn’t already consult it 24/7). Welcome to Glee in London.
Everyone has been eagerly awaiting the new Britney Spears video since she released a 30-second teaser clip on Monday. (And by everyone, clearly we mean NewsFeed). And at last, it’s here.
Most of us wouldn’t relish a comparison to our younger selves. For Britney Spears, the juxtaposition – via video dance off – is particularly painful. And her ex, Justin Timberlake, is the next to be subjected to an …
Yes, sir. You don’t have to tell NewsFeed twice.
Britney Spears’ new music video, “Till the World Ends,” premiered online today.
“Out of Myself, Britney, and Christina- didn’t everyone think I was gonna be the troublemaker? LOOK MA!!! No CUFFS!!!”
— PINK, singer, remarking on Twitter about her lack of jail time compared to to pop contemporaries Britney …
Sony’s — oh, whoops, we mean Britney Spears’ — video for “Hold It Against Me” debuted on Thursday night. And, hello, product placement.
Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber is next in line to be covered on Glee. However, are the rumors of a Justin Bieber tribute episode true? Not according to co-creator Ryan Murphy.