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  • Britney's most streamed songs on Spotify as of (12/30/2017)

    1. Scream & Shout - 219,329,378
    2. Toxic - 163,607,755
    3. ...Baby One More Time - 122,337,920
    4. Work Bitch - 110,236,240
    5. Oops!... I Did It Again - 100,292,524
    6. Make Me - 86,058,281
    7. Womanizer - 76,133,453
    8. Till The World Ends - 66,099,488 (+8,138,393 from the Femme Fatale Remix = 74,237,881)
    9. My Only Wish (This Year) - 56,139,993
    10. I Wanna Go - 45,390,512
    11. Circus - 44,741,543
    12. Pretty Girls - 42,619,718
    13. Gimme More - 41,254,091
    14. Everytime - 40,752,235
    15. I'm A Slave 4 U - 35,240,476
    16. Slumber Party - 35,004,557
    17. Piece of Me - 33,832,951
    18. Criminal - 33,400,856
    19. (You Drive Me) Crazy - 32,675,251
    20. Hold It Against Me - 31,330,119
    21. 3 - 28,780,975
    22. If U Seek Amy - 27,920,303
    23. Stronger - 27,582,389
    24. Lucky - 25,260,663
    25. Perfume - 22,348,665
    26. Sometimes - 22,485,328
    27. SMS (Bangerz) - 17,624,551
    28. Radar - 17,086,708
    29. Overprotected - 17,132,933
    30. S&M (Remix) - 16,267,534
    31. I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman - 14,701,744
    32. Born To Make You Happy - 14,519,415
    33. Break the Ice - 14,598,767
    34. I Love Rock 'N' Roll - 13,963,283
    35. Boys - 13,894,669
    36. Do You Wanna Come Over? - 13,349,047
    37. Me Against The Music - 13,004,869
    38. My Prerogative - 11,771,835

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    • ^ Thanks for the update @Instinct
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      1990s

      1990s decade albums that achieved Diamond status:

      *Albums that were released between 1990-1999

      1. Garth Brooks - Double Live - 21x Platinum
      2. Shania Twain - Come on Over - 20x Platinum
      3. Whitney Houston - The Bodyguard: Original motion picture soundtrack - 18x Platinum
      4. Garth Brooks - No fences - 17x Platinum
      5. Alanis Morissette - Jagged little pill - 16x Platinum
      6. Hootie & The Blowfish - Cracked rear view - 16x Platinum
      7. Metallica - Metallica - 16x Platinum
      8. Santana - Supernatural - 15x Platinum
      9. Backstreet Boys - Backstreet Boys - 14x Platinum
      10. Britney Spears - Baby one more time - 14x Platinum
      11. Garth Brooks - Ropin' the wind - 14x Platinum
      12. Backstreet Boys - Millenium - 13x Platinum
      14. Pearl Jam - Ten - 13x Platinum
      15. Boyz ll men - ll - 12x Platinum
      16. Dixie Chicks - Wide open spaces - 12x Platinum
      17. Jewel - Pieces of you - 12x Platinum
      18. Kenny G - Breatheless - 12x Platinum
      19. Matchbox Twenty - Yourself or someone like you - 12x Platinum
      20. Shania Twain - The woman in me - 12x Platinum
      21. Soundtrack - Forrest Gump - 12x Platinum
      22. Tom Petty and the heartbreakers - Greatest Hits - 12x Platinum
      23. Celine Dion - Falling into you - 11x Platinum
      24. Creed - Human clay - 11x Platinum
      25. Kid Rock - Devil without a cause - 11x Platinum
      26. Soundtrack - Titanic: Music from the original motion picture - 11x Platinum
      27. TLC - SexyCrazyCool - 11x Platinum
      28. Nsync - Nsync - 10x Platinum
      29. 2pac - All eyez one me - 10x Platinum
      30. 2pac - Greatest hits - 10x Platinum
      31. Bob Seger and the silver buller band - Greatest Hits - 10x Platinum
      32. Celine Dion - Lets talk about love - 10x Platinum
      33. Dixie Chicks - Fly - 10x Platinum
      34. Eric Clapton - Unplugged - 10x Platinum
      35. Garth Brooks - Sevens - 10x Platinum
      36. Garth Brooks - The Hits - 10x Platinum
      37. Green Day - Dookie - 10x Platinum
      38. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin - 10x Platinum
      39. Madonna - The Inmaculate collection - 10x Platinum
      40. Mariah Carey - Music Box - 10x Platinum
      41. Mariah Carey - Daydream - 10x Platinum
      42. MC Hammer - Please Hammer don't hurt 'em - 10x Platinum
      43. Nirvana - Nevermind - 10x Platinum
      44. No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom - 10x Platinum
      45. Soundtrack - The Lion King: Music from the original motion picture - 10x Patinum
      46. The Notorious B.I.G - Life after death - 10x Platinum
      - "Baby one more time" was one of the 46 albums from the 90s that got certified Diamond by the RIAA.
      - "Baby one more time" was one of the 4 albums from the 1999 year that went Diamond.
      - "Baby one more time" was the 4th biggest female album from the 90s.

      The 11 Female - Solo albums from the 90s that went Diamond:

      1. Shania Twain - Come on Over - 20x Platinum
      2. Whitney Houston - The Bodyguard: OMS - 18x Platinum
      3. Alanis Morissette - Jagged little pill - 16x Platinum
      4. Britney Spears - Baby one more time - 14x Platinum
      5. Jewel - Pieces of you - 12x Platinum
      6. Shania Twain - The woman in me - 12x Platinum
      7. Celine Dion - Falling into you - 11x Platinum
      8. Celine Dion - Lets talk about love - 10x Platinum
      9. Madonna - The Inmaculate collection - 10x Platinum
      10. Mariah Carey - Music Box - 10x Platinum
      11. Mariah Carey - Daydream - 10x Platinum
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      2000s

      2000s decade albums that achieved Diamond status:

      *Albums that were released between 2000-2009

      1. Nsync - No strings attached - 11x Platinum
      2. Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory - 11x Platinum
      3. Outkast - Speakerboxxx / The love bellow - 11x Platinum
      4. Shania Twain - Up! - 11x Platinum (Double-album criteria)*
      5. The Beatles - 1 - 11x Platinum
      6. Britney Spears - Oops I did it again - 10x Platinum
      7. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP - 10x Platinum
      8. Eminem - The Eminem show - 10x Platinum
      9. Garth Brooks - The Ultimate hits - 10x Platinum
      10. Nelly - Country Grammar - 10x Platinum
      11. Nickelback - All the right reasons - 10x Platinum
      12. Norah Jones - Come away with me - 10x Platinum
      13. Taylor Swift - Fearless - 10x Platinum

      14. Usher - Confessions - 10x Platinum
      - "Oops I did it again" was one of the 14 albums from the 00s that got certified Diamond by the RIAA.
      - "Oops I did it again" was one of the 6 albums from the 2000 year that went Diamond.
      - "Oops I did it again" was the second biggest female album from the 00s.
      - "Oops I did it again" was the only female pop album from the 00s that went Diamond.

      The 4 Female - Solo albums from the 00s that went Diamond:

      1. Shania Twain - Up! - 11x Platinum (Double-album criteria)*
      2. Britney Spears - Oops I did it again - 10x Platinum
      3. Norah Jones - Come away with me - 10x Platinum
      4. Taylor Swift - Fearless - 10x Platinum
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      Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
      Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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      • Itunes US

        253. Toxic - Britney Spears
        Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
        Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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        • Re: Britney Spears :: Charts & Sales History ::

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          • ^ Thanks for that update. The 2nd Biggest female Vegas performer behind Celine and the 3rd overall behind Celine and Elton.

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            BTW Chartmasters published this article about the Most streamed Pre-2000 albums!


            Data collector – Most Streamed Catalog Albums (pre-2000)
            One week ago, the CSPC analysis of Oasis has been published. Their cult album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? has posted very strong results in streaming. The list added today in the Data Collector refers to this performance. How does it rank among deep catalog albums?

            Please keep in mind some artists with strong results in this format hasn’t been studied so far, e.g. the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Journey or Dr. Dre. All figures reflect the value as collected at the time of the artist’s respective articles. All figures represent Worldwide streams.

            Reminder of the formula

            Equivalent Albums Sales (EAS) = 212/132 * Spotify streams / 1500 + YouTube views / 11750

            ALBUMS RANKING – STREAMING (EAS) – CATALOG (BEFORE 2000)

            1. 1991 – Nirvana – Nevermind – 1,007,000
            2. 1982 – Michael Jackson – Thriller – 993,000
            3. 1995 – Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? – 762,000
            4. 1977 – Bob Marley – Exodus – 695,000
            5. 1987 – Guns N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction – 668,000
            6. 1987 – Michael Jackson – Bad – 662,000
            7. 1977 – Fleetwood Mac – Rumours – 625,000
            8. 1991 – Metallica – Metallica – 570,000
            9. 1975 – Queen – A Night at the Opera – 544,000
            10. 1979 – Pink Floyd – The Wall – 527,000
            11. 1978 – Bob Marley – Kaya – 512,000
            12. 1986 – Bon Jovi – Slippery When Wet – 485,000
            13. 1997 – Foo Fighters – The Colour and the Shape – 424,000
            14. 1987 – U2 – The Joshua Tree – 416,000
            15. 1973 – Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon – 392,000
            16. 1980 – Bob Marley – Uprising – 370,000
            17. 1991 – Michael Jackson – Dangerous – 364,000
            18. 1993 – Nirvana – In Utero – 360,000
            19. 1978 – Queen – Jazz – 359,000
            20. 1984 – Bruce Springsteen – Born in the U.S.A. – 348,000
            20. 1977 – Queen – News of the World – 348,000
            22. 1980 – Queen – The Game – 342,000
            23. 1999 – Backstreet Boys – Millennium – 338,000
            24. 1999 – Destiny’s Child – The Writing’s on the Wall – 313,000
            25. 1994 – Mariah Carey – Merry Christmas – 312,000
            26. 1994 – Green Day – Dookie – 309,000
            27. 1992 – Whitney Houston – The Bodyguard – 305,000
            28. 1999 – Eminem – The Slim Shady LP – 299,000
            29. 1969 – Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed – 294,000
            30. 1971 – Led Zeppelin – Led Zeppelin IV – 291,000
            31. 1995 – Michael Jackson – HIStory: Past, Present and Future – 280,000
            32. 1984 – Wham! – Make It Big – 274,000
            33. 1972 – David Bowie – The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars – 268,000
            34. 1991 – Guns N’ Roses – Use Your Illusion I – 267,000
            35. 1997 – Backstreet Boys – Backstreet’s Back – 265,000
            36. 1966 – Rolling Stones – Aftermath – 261,000
            37. 1977 – Bee Gees & Various Artists – Saturday Night Fever – 259,000
            38. 1975 – Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here – 255,000
            38. 1997 – Shania Twain – Come On Over – 255,000
            40. 1979 – Michael Jackson – Off the Wall – 241,000
            41. 1978 – Various Artists – Grease – 240,000
            41. 1969 – Beatles – Abbey Road – 240,000
            43. 1982 – Queen – Hot Space – 239,000
            44. 1974 – Bob Marley – Natty Dread – 237,000
            44. 1984 – Queen – The Works – 237,000
            46. 1991 – Guns N’ Roses – Use Your Illusion II – 232,000
            47. 1969 – Jackson 5 – Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 – 227,000
            48. 1999 – Britney Spears – …Baby One More Time – 225,000
            48. 1971 – David Bowie – Hunky Dory – 225,000
            50. 1983 – David Bowie – Let’s Dance – 217,000
            Source: http://chartmasters.org/2017/12/data-co ... fore-2000/

            The list is vastly and heavily dominated by Rock bands / Acts and only 4 solo female artists appear on the list.

            Mariah with a Christmas album, Whitney with a Soundtrack, Shania with a Country album which means that Britney actually has the most streamed female pop era of any Pre-2000 release / previous century.

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            Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
            Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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            • Well, today is the day. Britney: Piece of Me comes to an end after 4 years. This show has HUGE numbers!!!

              The game-changer show who changed the face of the Sin City entertainment and touring becoming one of the biggest Las Vegas shows of all time and put Britney in a hall alongside legends as Elvis, Celine, Elton John and others.

              Not everyone has that.

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              • Happy New Year to All!

                Britney's performances of "Work Bitch" and "Toxic" have just aired at the NYE's event!

                Itunes US

                220. Toxic
                257. Work Bitch
                1281. Oops I did it again
                1290. Baby one more time
                Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                • Re: Britney Spears :: Charts & Sales History ::

                  iTunes US

                  488. Britney Spears - Greatest Hits: My Prerogative

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                  • Originally posted by Canadaniel
                    iTunes US

                    488. Britney Spears - Greatest Hits: My Prerogative
                    +

                    Itunes US

                    210. Toxic
                    228. Work Bitch
                    1184. Oops I did it again
                    1235. Baby one more time

                    I don't mean to be shady or anything but I think her effect on itunes was much bigger than Mariah's.
                    Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                    Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                    • "Toxic" enters Top 200

                      Itunes US

                      199. Toxic
                      Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                      Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                      • Toxic

                        iTunes:
                        #174 Canada
                        Spotify:
                        #41 France
                        #77 Poland
                        #79 Australia
                        #150 New Zealand

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                        • Itunes US

                          206. Toxic
                          235. Work Bitch
                          1203. Oops I did it again
                          1240. Baby one more time
                          1398. Womanizer
                          Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                          Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                          • Originally posted by MrLeonix
                            Itunes US

                            206. Toxic
                            235. Work Bitch
                            1203. Oops I did it again
                            1240. Baby one more time
                            1398. Womanizer
                            These are pretty much her Top 5 biggest classics at the moment

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                            • iTunes US

                              210 - Toxic
                              265 - Work Bitch
                              1239 - Oops!... I Did It Again

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                              • Originally posted by Kevinmakeme
                                iTunes US

                                210 - Toxic
                                265 - Work Bitch
                                1239 - Oops!... I Did It Again
                                ...Baby One More Time and Womanizer are also charting.

                                ‘Toxic’ must be close to a 4x Platinum certification (with streaming).

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                                • Spotify (01/01/2018)

                                  Toxic

                                  157 (RE) - Canada
                                  194 (RE) - US

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                                  • Originally posted by Kevinmakeme
                                    Spotify (01/01/2018)

                                    Toxic

                                    157 (RE) - Canada
                                    194 (RE) - US
                                    Wasn’t expecting this at all. Great effect for her on Spotify!

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                                    • Great effect on "Toxic"
                                      Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                                      Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                                      • Originally posted by Instinct
                                        Originally posted by MrLeonix
                                        Itunes US

                                        206. Toxic
                                        235. Work Bitch
                                        1203. Oops I did it again
                                        1240. Baby one more time
                                        1398. Womanizer
                                        These are pretty much her Top 5 biggest classics at the moment
                                        This is actually not that distant from current reality.

                                        Those are exactly her 5 songs that get the most amount of daily plays on Spotify and daily views on Youtube in addition of being her only 5 songs charting on itunes in the recent days. They also seem to be her most used songs on media, and I think those are the 5 songs that are the most currently associated with Britney Spears in 2018.

                                        "Slave" is also hugely essential in her career but it was definately knocked down of the Top 5. "Womanizer" had a catalogue reinaissance in the last few years and "Work Bitch" catalogue stats have kept up among her Top 5 for the last 5 years. "Slave" is massively iconic because of the snake performance and a very famous music video on MTV but the song itself is close to catalogue dead and looks more like a good memory that shaped Spears' career rather than a recurrent hit in her career that moves considerable streams, radio plays, youtube views or media use each year. Nonetheless "Slave" is still one of the songs that come to your mind when you think of Britney Spears so I'd place it as her 6th most famous song as of 2018 (The Top 5 would be: Baby one more time, Toxic, Oops I did it again, Work Bitch and Womanizer).

                                        If I had to complete the Top 10 of her most famous songs, "Gimme More" definately comes at #7, "Everytime at #8 and "(You drive me) Crazy" at #9.

                                        The 10th spot may be hard to debate and it could go to either "Sometimes" which has a huge nostalgia factor attached to it and is having a recent revival on Youtube or to "Till the world ends" which was her biggest solo hit in recent times and has become an Encore staple of her shows this decade.
                                        Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                                        Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                                        • Originally posted by MrLeonix
                                          Great effect on "Toxic"
                                          25.6 million viewers saw Britney perform "Toxic" in the 11:30-12:32 AM block.

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                                          • Originally posted by LostAvenger
                                            Originally posted by MrLeonix
                                            Great effect on "Toxic"
                                            25.6 million viewers saw Britney perform "Toxic" in the 11:30-12:32 AM block.
                                            Thats cool, thanks for the info. And how many viewers saw the "Work Bitch" performance? Because "Work Bitch" also had a great boost.
                                            Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                                            Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                                            • Originally posted by MrLeonix
                                              Originally posted by LostAvenger
                                              Originally posted by MrLeonix
                                              Great effect on "Toxic"
                                              25.6 million viewers saw Britney perform "Toxic" in the 11:30-12:32 AM block.
                                              Thats cool, thanks for the info. And how many viewers saw the "Work Bitch" performance? Because "Work Bitch" also had a great boost.
                                              The first part of ABC's New Year's Eve (8:00-10:00 PM) where "Work Bitch" was performed got 10.5 million viewers.

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                                              • Originally posted by LostAvenger
                                                The first part of ABC's New Year's Eve (8:00-10:00 PM) where "Work Bitch" was performed got 10.5 million viewers.
                                                Thanks for the info
                                                Rock lives forever: Led Zeppelin . Metallica . Pink Floyd . Nirvana . Radiohead . Pearl Jam . Oasis . Iron Maiden . Nine Inch Nails
                                                Approved Popstars: Michael Jackson . Madonna . Britney Spears . Beyonc้ . Rihanna

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                                                • Wow 25 million watched toxic! Such a shame it wasn’t for a new song!

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                                                  • Britney Spears caps Las Vegas Strip run as single-night residency champ



                                                    Britney Spears closed her residency at Axis with more than a show.

                                                    She made a statement, too, of the financial variety.

                                                    Spears’ box-office take from her New Year’s Eve performance was reportedly $1,172,000, a record for the famous Planet Hollywood venue.

                                                    That number is also the highest reported take for a single show in a theater residency ever in Las Vegas.

                                                    Axis sold at its capacity of 4,600, what it seats when the mezzanine level is closed (that space is taken by the massive amount of projection equipment used in the “Piece of Me” production). The night proved the proverbial perfect storm for ticket revenue, with prices lifted higher than a typical show (averaging about $255) because of Spears’ announced closing of the show, and an already robust crowd for New Year’s Eve.
                                                    She took back her record from Jennifer Lopez

                                                    The concert, which took place on August 13, 2016, earned over $1 million in revenue, becoming Planet Hollywood's highest-grossing show to date, breaking the previous box office record for a single show, previously set by Britney: Piece of Me.
                                                    What a great way to end this residency! Congrats Britney!

                                                    https://www.reviewjournal.com/entertain ... ncy-champ/

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