Britney Spears 2011 Life and Style

Britney Spears 2011, born December 2, 1981 in McComb, Mississippi and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, is an American singer and a pop culture icon.

Her career in the entertainment industry began early, when she auditioned for the series Mickey Mouse Club. Even though she was rejected due to her early age and instead landed a spot on the TV show Star Search, she later returned to the Mickey Mouse Club at the age of eleven. When the show got canceled and after she spent a year in high school, she recorded a solo demo, allowing her to become and opening act for ‘N Sync and Backstreet Boys.

Her debut album, “Baby One More Time”, peaked at number one and was both praised for her personal charisma and criticized for simplicity and “bubble gum beats”. Her popularity grew after her Rolling Stone photo shoot, sarcastically dubbed “child pornography”, as well as her controversial relationship with Justin Timberlake. Her following album “Oops!... I Did it Again” was released and quickly reached top best-sellers list and was certified diamond with over 10 million albums sold.

Britney would continue to follow up with two hit albums and a movie. Exploring her creative side while trying to take some control of her image, Britney co-wrote multiple songs on her both albums, 'Britney' and 'In the Zone'. Both albums received positive feedback from critics although not like her previous ones. I'm a "Slave for You" reached 27 on Billboard Hot 100 and “Toxic” gave her first ever Grammy award. Other songs did very well too including “I'm Not a Girl, Not yet a Woman”, “Overprotected”, "In the Zone” and the highly controversial “Touch of My Hand"". In the midst of her success and planning a world tour Britney was able to star in her first ever movie, Crossroads. The movie was not well received by critics, in fact leading her to win a Razzie Award; the film did lead to other small parts in movies such as Austin Powers Gold Member and Longshot.

The coming years would become challenging for Britney, two failed marriages, two children, a highly published kiss with a pop icon Madonna (collaborating on “Like a Virgin”) with Christina Aguilera and the exit of Kabbalah. Britney's first marriage in 2004 to childhood friend Jason Alexander would only last a mere 55 hours, ending in an annulment. During her Onyx Hotel world tour she would meet her second husband Kevin Federline; soon after they would welcome their first child, a son, Sean Preston (nickname Sean P). One year later a second son would come along, Jayden James Federline and this would come just before the end of her second marriage. Devastated Britney would now embark on many late nights at the hottest Hollywood clubs with other Hollywood starlets, such as Lindsay Lohan and a pinnacle of talent, international superstar, model, dancer, singer and "actress" Paris Hilton.

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Britney 2011 would continue to press on with the release of two more albums launching within a year of each other. Blackout with songs like “Piece of Me” and “Break the Ice” clearly depict Britney's life at the time. Britney's latest album Circus was a hit with the critics, hitting number one on the Billboard 200. The little track “Womanizer” calls out an unfaithful spouse, what Britney called a woman's anthem. The second song release, “Circus”, allows her fans a peep into her otherwise chaotic life, during which time she would lose custody of both boys, was admitted into the hospital, underwent random drug testing and shaved her head.