Friday, August 26, 2016

Dear God No, Here We Go Again

Leave us aloooooooooone!!

Britney Spears is everywhere


(CNN)You might be thinking you're suddenly seeing Britney Spears all over the place lately -- and you're right. The 34-year-old pop star is making a comeback in a major way. The latest, a new album, "Glory," dropped late Thursday night.

Spears took to Twitter to announce the release and wrote that it's "the beginning of a new era."
Perhaps it is. This is Spears' first album since 2013's "Britney Jean," which had the lowest sales figures of any of her albums.

4 comments:

  1. That's a woman?

    What did you do to yourself?

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    1. Who gives a rats ass about the no talent bitch?

      Bob
      III

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  2. She's got more miles on her than a retread tire on a 10 year old U-Haul box van.

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  3. She has cleaned up quite a bit since that 9 year old picture.
    Actually looks quite a bit better now.
    No evidence or reliable reports of substance abuse anymore either.

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