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Leave Britney Alone? Why?

  • Date Submitted: 09/26/2010 05:22 PM
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All throughout history there has been villains as well as villainess', ranging anywhere from Ivan The Terrible to Elizabeth Bathory. Whom which have done horrid things, but what if I was to tell you that we have somehow managed to look over one individual? Someone who has single handedly molded today's society into a selfish, sex crazed mess. Britney Spears who at one point was declared to be "Queen of Pop" from hit songs such as "Baby One More Time" and "Toxic". So the question arrises, who is this woman that is idolized by boys and girls world wide?

Ever since Britney Spears was born on December 2nd of 1981 she has been in the spot light whether it be in 'The Mickey Mouse Club' or in her singing career. She has been craving public attention from the get go. The performer goes on to say to a Hollywood Reporter that "Ever since I was 7 or 8 years old, my mom would have company over, and I was always performing for everybody in front of the TV... Even when I went to school, I was always the weird child; I would go outside and instead of playing, I wanted to have 'Star Search' competitions,". Which shows us that Britney has always tried to hog the spot light from others even if it was her parents hosting a get together. She just simply thought she was too good to not be noticed or play with peers of her own age during school recess.   Later on in Spears' life she released her first single titled "...Baby One More Time." which reached the top of the pop charts by the end of the following month. Although in the music video for said song Britney was seen wearing "a skimpier version of the traditional Catholic schoolgirl uniform" which drew the attention of many which may have been the reason for her sudden popularity causing boy's hearts to race and girls to aspire to be and dress just like her which started the sex craved revolution of people always wanting to see more. Britney strongly embraced this factor too by coming out with another album 3 years later with the...


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