media Critcism: Madonna and Britney Spears, 2003 VMAs

as the number-one opening moments in the history of MTV Video Music Awards. In late July, days after her death, it promoted an amazing tribute to the singer. Madonna, then, pulling the lace garter from Christina's leg, kissing them both, one-by-one, with tongues, before introducing Missy Elliott by rapping (yes, rapping) "YO!

media Critcism: Madonna and Britney Spears, 2003 VMAs

American costume designer Arianne Phillips delighted social media by sharing photos of Britney and Christina backstage at the VMAs in 2003.
The photos show pop princesses Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
A tuxedo, the superstars bumped and grinded and Madonna and Britney shared.
Most of us are probably still familiar with the on-stage kiss betwe en Madonna and Britney Spears because it s often spoken about on late night.
The.M.A.s were a good place for Britney Spears that decade; she d made headlines by dancing with a snake in 2001 and kissing Madonna in 2003.

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You're lucky she even performed for you bastards! . Like, the other day, like I was sitting there and I saw these magazines and they said I was pregnant, and like, it's so true. "The 25 freud and Breuer and Charcots Influence Sexiest Music Moments in TV History!". It's a face that reads: "Do not cross me bitch, for I am Mary J Blige. One day later she shaved her head in front of paparazzi cameras in a Tarzana, California, hair salon. That fall, after the.M.A.s, things continued to get worse. Paglia said that "literally from that kiss, from that moment onward, Britney has spiraled out of control.

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