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Archive for December 2011

Britney, Jason and why it should be better this time

Posted by: Karenannanina on: December 24, 2011

When Britney hooked up with Kevin Federline, the fanbase instinctively knew that this would not be good. Looking at this underachieving, unemployed daddy of illegtimate kids and semi-detached partner of Shar Jackson, we instantly sensed that he could drag Britney down a lot easier than she could lift him up. And so it came to […]

Debate No.16: Dangers and How to “manage” her break

Posted by: Karenannanina on: December 19, 2011

We’ve just had official confirmation from RCA’s Vice-President of Promotion that Britney is about to take some time off. From one angle, namely her love of family and childhood friends and the simpler aspects of life, I hope she kicks back and relaxes for the larger part of 2012. The showbiz life is full of […]

Insurance and Britney

Posted by: Karenannanina on: December 15, 2011

Someone on a forum I visit was speculating recently that the reason for Britney’s rather leisurely style of dancing on her last two tours is that she has arthritis in her left knee; the indirect result of surgery. But others were pointing out that she seems to be able to dance (and generally move) perfectly […]

Debate No.15: Can Brit do it the Rihanna way?

Posted by: Karenannanina on: December 12, 2011

When Britney appeared on the UK X Factor a couple of seasons ago, her performance of “Womanizer” was described by the Daily Star as a catastrophe, a disaster, a debacle and a fiasco. (For the record, some celebrities interviewed on the radio said they thought she was good!) The problem was that she lip-synched. It […]



  • Sarah Giansanti: First off, yeah! I've missed your writing haha Secondly, I've always been baffled of how people can say Britney's not a singer... Derr, that's her
  • Aline: Great article as usual. Please Karen, never stop writing for the site. I love your thoughts about our queen!
  • Karenannanina: Thanks Craig! I didn't realise I'd left some tracks out. I'll see what I can do!