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Britney Spears Weekend This Week On MTV Europe

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BRITNEY WEEKEND
4th-6th March 2005

Though she once claimed to be “not yet a woman,” Britney’s musical style has certainly matured since her 1999 debut, and as her image change over recent years has shown, she’s taking on a whole new style. Gone are the timid, shy smiles and pretty dresses and in their place are sexy, sassy images, rebellion, and a new carefree attitude as she enjoys married life.

Britney has shown us who the girl next door has become now that she has come of age, and has embarked on a much more mature path. So join us as we celebrate everything Britney with an entire weekend dedicated to the Toxic pop star.

Weekend Highlights include:
ALL EYES ON BRITNEY SPEARS
MAKING THE VIDEO “SLAVE FOR YOU”
BRITNEY IN THE ZONE & OUT ALL NIGHT
BRITNEY GET’S MTV’D
BECOMING BRITNEY SPEARS
MAKING THE VIDEO “TOXIC”
FABULOUS LIFE OF BRITNEY SPEARS
BRITNEY’S ROAD TO MIAMI
MAKING THE VIDEO “LUCKY”
FANOGRAPHY BRITNEY SPEARS
MAKING THE VIDEO “CRAZY”

Thanks to Andy (Tennis from the forums!)

The Original "Do Somethin'" Recorded 2.5 Years Ago

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Liking Britney’s new single, ‘Do Somethin”?

“Not much of a tune,” you might be thinking, “but it sounds amazing. Sounds so modern, so now. How very brilliant that she is on the verge of propelling this brand new song into the higher reaches of the pop parade.”

CLANG!

The single was first recorded over two and a half years ago by the Murlyn-sponsored four-piece girlgroup Melodi Brown (pictured below), a sort of clearing house for the hitmaking team’s talents and a band whose run of nicked songs adds whole new dimension to the phrase ‘always the bridesmaid’.

Since the stalled release of their first single ‘Naked’ in 2003 (it was pulled just a couple of months before it was due to hit the shops, probably something to do with idiot playlist bigwigs not getting it), they’ve already had ‘DJ’ recorded by both Samantha Mumba and Jamelia, and ‘Spin That Bottle’ slapped onto a Rachel Stevens b-side. Melodi Brown’s version of ‘Do Somethin” was never released, but they did perform it at their London showcase in 2003.

Source: Pop Justice