Britney Spears Does Yoga, Makes All Warm-Blooded Men Drool
Note to Charlie Ebersol: We are so very sorry, man.
We felt bad enough for you after getting dumped by Britney Spears last month... but now we've seen the singer doing the following Yoga pose and we REALLY feel bad for you.
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Britney Spears and Sons Recreate Iconic Album Cover
My, how far Britney Spears has come.
Back in 2000, the pop star posed seductively on the cover of her album "Oops... I Did It Again," peeking her head and body through a crystal-beaded curtain.
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Iggy Azalea: I Am NOT Feuding With Britney Spears!
Yesterday, we reported that the feud between Iggy and Britney Spears was heating up after Brit threw some subtle shade at the I-G-G-Y on Twitter.
It all started when Iggy whined about the failure of "Pretty Girls" on Twitter and seemed to blame Britney for the flop collaboration.
Britney Spears Responds to Iggy Azalea Diss: Shots Fired!
Yesterday, Iggy Azalea whined about the failure of her latest single on social media, and is so often the case with Iggy, things quickly escalated from there.
When several fans and media outlets pointed out that it seemed as though Iggy was blaming collaborator Britney Spears for the fact that "Pretty Girls" flopped, the Aussie rapper positively went off:
Iggy Azalea vs. Britney Spears: Unexpected Feud Alert!
Earlier today, we reported that Iggy Azalea has been whining about the realization that she's a one-hit wonder destined for the "Where are they now?" file the disappointing performance of her latest single.
The song was a collaboration with Britney Spears titled "Pretty Girls," and it seems Iggy was expecting another "Fancy"-esque Song of the Summer.
Iggy Azalea Whines About "Pretty Girls" Flop on Twitter
Back in May, the Iggy Azalea-Britney Spears collaboration "Pretty Girls" hit the web with a resounding thud.
Thanks in part to its weird-ass video, the tone-deaf ode to being hot briefly cracked the top 30, but it's been plummeting ever since.