Oh baby, baby! Nice to hear you sing again Britney Spears,
On July 15, the singer treated fans to a rare a cappella performance of her 1998 hit “…Baby One More Time” on Instagram, which she recorded while doing laundry.
She captioned the post, “This is me doing laundry and stripping tomorrow. I haven’t shared my voice in too long… maybe too long.” “Here I am at my house playing with a different version of ‘Baby’… Word as it is in words… Show me how you want it… One more time!!!”
It’s a performance Britney has wanted to share for a long time. “Well, I’ve asked for what I’ve wanted for 14 years,” she continued, “a different version of Baby, but what producers really do work for me and put it together… a start. ” You can watch the full performance here.
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Instead, Brittany claimed that the opportunity was given to her younger sister. Jamie Lynn Spearswho joined Kelsea Ballerini, Hailee Steinfeld And sofia carson On stage at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards to sing a medley of her older sister’s hits.
“The team said no and serves me with 4 girls, including my sister, doing a 5 minute version of 4 remix songs to a tee, don’t even try or dance ,” She wrote. “Just shot it beautifully and the sound was new!!!”
Brittany, who has previously criticized the performance, said, “They ruined it for me, embarrassed me and made me feel absolutely nothing!!! The truth is a fucking b-ch!!!”
Although she wasn’t happy with the performance, that didn’t stop Britney’s love for music, saying, “I share it because I’m aware of my love and passion for singing… and my own family fooled me.” Made… I’m not going to be a victim!!!”
Just don’t expect a new version of the song to drop any time soon.
“Pssss you say do it now after 14 years of asking and telling… I kicked my ass off, then I was locked in a spot… It’s too late,” she explained, seemingly That refers to his 13-year-long conservatism that ended in November. “Like I said, they ruined it for me.”
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