American singer, songwriter, and dancer Britney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981. She’s been called “the Princess of Pop” and her music is often credited with revitalising the adolescent pop genre in the late ’90s and early ’00s. Spears began her career at the age of fifteen, acting in movies, on television, and on stage before signing with Jive Records in 1997.
Her debut album, 1999’s…Baby One More Time, and 2000’s Oops!… I Did It Again, are both certified multi-platinum, making Spears the best-selling teenage artist of all time. Oops!… I Did It Again was the best-selling album ever by a female artist in the United States, selling nearly 1.3 million copies in its first week. With the release of Britney (2001) and In the Zone (2003), as well as her role in the film Crossroads from 2002, Spears embraced a more mature and sexual persona.
Britney Spears Weight Loss
The “Circus” singer, now 39, posted a video of herself dancing to Bush’s “Glycerine” on Instagram with the remark, “Well… for the love of God I finally see some definition in my abs!!!!” “Finally some outcomes!!!”
The Louisiana native was filmed dancing to her “favourite song in high school” as she twirled about her homeroom. The “Lucky” singer smiled and danced in a dark red crop top and white shorts.
Spears reflected on an additional happy memory brought on by the song, saying, “A little secret for ya… At one point, @gwenstefani invited me over to swim at her house, and I swam there with Gavin [Rossdale], Gwen Stefani‘s ex-husband from Bush… It was the greatest experience of my entire life.
The “Toxic” Star Has Been Vocal About Her Prior Acceptance of Her Physique
“It’s really strange, but every time I try to lose weight, it always seems to begin with my legs, then my stomach, then my face. and that’s how I know I’ve successfully shed pounds!!!!” the singer-songwriter spears posted on Instagram back in August. The slimness of my face is more pronounced in the second photo, but I’m not sure I like it.
The author of the Facebook post elaborated on the topic by writing, “In the old days when women were heavier they were considered more appealing to men since it was a sign of riches!!!! This summer, I gained weight and ended up with a few “throwback” dancing videos where I seem heavier, but I actually feel like I’m happier than I do now. Oh well… I’m sorry for my insensitive comments about size, but that’s just the way it is, you know!!!! PRAISE BE TO GOD!!!”
While posting another dance video to Instagram earlier this year, the Crossroads star mentioned her physique had altered, saying that her previous post like this “was from months ago,” before adding, “Hence why my body looks a little different in this current video” and discussing her diet plan.
Spears was Admitted in February
She had abandoned her “ice cream diet” plan. “I opted for limiting my intake of Doritos, which is no easy feat!” Positively, my physical condition has greatly improved as of late.
The former Mickey Mouse Club star’s ecstatic response to the news of her significant weight loss occurred a month after the most recent victory in her continuing conservatorship lawsuit. A judge granted her request in September to remove her father, Jamie Spears, from his role as conservator of her estate, which he had held for the previous 13 years.
As a child, Spears would “sing along” to Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Whitney Houston—her “three favorite artists”—in the comfort of her own home, and Houston’s “I Have Nothing” was the tune to which she sang her audition that got her a record deal with Jive Records. “One of the main reasons I started singing,” Spears said of Mariah Carey, was her influence.
Spears’ vocals, dancing, and stage presence have been compared favourably to those of Madonna and Michael Jackson throughout her career. Spears has stated, “I remember when I was younger, I looked up to individuals… like, you know, Janet Jackson and Madonna. Plus, I found a lot of motivation in them. But I was also a unique individual who knew who she was.
“I have been a tremendous fan of Madonna since I was a little girl,” she is quoted as saying in Carol Clerk’s Madonnastyle from 2002. She is the one I have always looked up to. In a perfect world, I’d be a household name like Madonna.