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Postby Wayne » Fri Sep 07, 2018 12:16 pm

That's a great attendance figure for Belgium, but a considerably lower boxscore than I would've expected due to ticket pricing (average ticket price of just $83.39).
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Postby matheusbelmont » Fri Sep 07, 2018 5:56 pm

Tickets weren't expensives. And the currency conversion didn't help the gross look better.

I was already expecting for $1.4 million and 16k and I'm glad that they sent it with 100% :D waiting for the rest of the leg. Can't wait for the London, Paris, Manchester and others like Oslo and Monchen boxscores.

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$8,588,369 gross and 50,785 tickets in 9 shows.
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Postby Britneysdream » Fri Sep 07, 2018 6:49 pm

That’s her biggest crowd for a show in Belgium over 16k , I would say that’s a success for her, I’m hoping London pulled at least 15k per show for a total of 45k
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Postby weare » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:02 pm

matheusbelmont wrote:Tickets weren't expensives. And the currency conversion didn't help the gross look better.

I was already expecting for $1.4 million and 16k and I'm glad that they sent it with 100% :D waiting for the rest of the leg. Can't wait for the London, Paris, Manchester and others like Oslo and Monchen boxscores.

Euro currency was depreciated compare to Dollar, so the conversation effect the revenue when convert to Dollar.

Look at the euro revenue, Britney got the most ever.

If not dollar was not appreciated, the revenue in dollar will be higher and avg price per ticker would about 100$.

So, don’t forget about ticket price in euro term, they will have rate price range and won’t change even currency fluctuation.

About who thought the ticket was cheap, you’re wrong. It’s normal in euro. But recently Dollar currency got appreciation.
I mean if euro currency was bomb last month, maybe this date would get only 100k dollars (and you immediately say it’s flop, right). :lol:

PS. every artists who tour in Europe this year will experience this depreciation of euro as well.
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Postby Instinct » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:11 pm

Tickets in Europe aren't that expensive compared to the US and Asia, but that goes for pretty much every artist. And yes it is true that in terms of €, this outgrossed the Circus Tour show.

Piece Of Me Tour: €1,195,604
The Circus Starring Britney Spears: €1,156,147
The Femme Fatale Tour: €638,881
The Onyx Hotel Tour: €481,650

If I'm not wrong, UK shows were pretty expensive! Paris too. :wink:
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Postby weare » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:19 pm

Instinct wrote:Tickets in Europe aren't that expensive compared to the US and Asia, but that goes for pretty much every artist. And yes it is true that in terms of €, this outgrossed the Circus Tour show.

Piece Of Me Tour: €1,195,604
The Circus Starring Britney Spears: €1,156,147
The Femme Fatale Tour: €638,881
The Onyx Hotel Tour: €481,650

If I'm not wrong, UK shows were pretty expensive! Paris too. :wink:
Because the tour is in europe, may be compare its price, revenue, average in euro term will get better view. :D

Even in UK got more price, it’s probably got less than Circus, because of above reason. ;)
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Postby MrLeonix » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:24 pm

Instinct wrote:Tickets in Europe aren't that expensive compared to the US and Asia, but that goes for pretty much every artist. And yes it is true that in terms of €, this outgrossed the Circus Tour show.

Piece Of Me Tour: €1,195,604
The Circus Starring Britney Spears: €1,156,147
The Femme Fatale Tour: €638,881
The Onyx Hotel Tour: €481,650

If I'm not wrong, UK shows were pretty expensive! Paris too. :wink:
Judging by the FFT Boxscore and its price average posted on the previous page I almost had a laugh to find out tickets were more expensive (in $) back in 2011 (7 years ago) than they were with this current tour. . . . That probably explains why the FFT struggled to sell out most dates, its not that there wasn't enough demand for her in the market at that time its just that her team and company totally overestimated her "value" as a performer ridiculously overpricing her FFT tickets causing as a result several non-sellouts.

This "Piece Of Me" tour instead was planned and priced coherently, everyone involved from her label to her touring company did a great job with booking and handling her demand in Europe bringing her sold out and big crowds.
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Postby weare » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:31 pm

MrLeonix wrote:
Instinct wrote:Tickets in Europe aren't that expensive compared to the US and Asia, but that goes for pretty much every artist. And yes it is true that in terms of €, this outgrossed the Circus Tour show.

Piece Of Me Tour: €1,195,604
The Circus Starring Britney Spears: €1,156,147
The Femme Fatale Tour: €638,881
The Onyx Hotel Tour: €481,650

If I'm not wrong, UK shows were pretty expensive! Paris too. :wink:
Judging by the FFT Boxscore and its price average posted on the previous page I almost had a laugh to find out tickets were more expensive (in $) back in 2011 (7 years ago) than they were with this current tour. . . . That probably explains why the FFT struggled to sell out most dates, its not that there wasn't enough demand for her in the market at that time its just that her team and company totally overestimated her "value" as a performer ridiculously overpricing her FFT tickets causing as a result several non-sellouts.

This "Piece Of Me" tour instead was planned and priced coherently, everyone involved from her label to her touring company did a great job with booking and handling her demand in Europe bringing her sold out and big crowds.
No, it’s not. Please look at exchange rate, and you will get average ticket price like this
FF: 69.52 euro
POM: 71.22 euro
POM got more expensive average ticket price but this year Euro currency was depreciated. (lower value compare to Dollar)

For Britney rate I think it’s normal, she’s not Taylor Swift or Adele but compare to other 99% artist, this price is normal and not low at all (considering low production and residency reuse) :lol:
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Postby Wayne » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:42 pm

Britney Spears - Box Office History (Belgium)

08/15/18 - Belgium - $1,399,873 / €1,195,604 (16,787) - $83.39 / €71.22
10/08/11 - Belgium - $862,854 / €638,881 (9,323) - $92.55 / €68.52
07/08/09 - Belgium - $1,628,583 / €1,156,147 (15,842) - $102.80 / €72.97
05/29/04 - Belgium - $585,927 / €481,650 (12,500) - $46.87 / €38.53
10/18/00 - Belgium - $359,714 / (no equivalent as € wasn't currency) (13,950) - $25.78

She's never commanded a particularly high ticket price in Belgium, so actually - there's nothing to be surprised about here. It's relative to what she asked for in 2009 without taking into consideration the decline of the €.

In 2009, €1 would get you $1.43; in 2018, €1 would get you around $1.15 - a decline of around 19%. If you increase the average $ ticket price by around 19% here, you'd be looking at around $99 (which would be similar to the 2009 concert).
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Postby weare » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:45 pm

If we compare her tour in europe maybe use euro currency will be better but if we want to compare with other artists who tour in Europe this year, any currency won’t be different (you can use both Dollar and Euro).

Currency value has changed from time to time, be careful to compare this. ;)
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Postby weare » Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:59 pm

Wayne wrote:Britney Spears - Box Office History (Belgium)

08/15/18 - Belgium - $1,399,873 / €1,195,604 (16,787) - $83.39 / €71.22
10/08/11 - Belgium - $862,854 / €638,881 (9,323) - $92.55 / €68.52
07/08/09 - Belgium - $1,628,583 / €1,156,147 (15,842) - $102.80 / €72.97
05/29/04 - Belgium - $585,927 / €481,650 (12,500) - $46.87 / €38.53
10/18/00 - Belgium - $359,714 / (no equivalent as € wasn't currency) (13,950) - $25.78

She's never commanded a particularly high ticket price in Belgium, so actually - there's nothing to be surprised about here. It's relative to what she asked for in 2009 without taking into consideration the decline of the €.

In 2009, €1 would get you $1.43; in 2018, €1 would get you around $1.15 - a decline of around 19%. If you increase the average $ ticket price by around 19% here, you'd be looking at around $99 (which would be similar to the 2009 concert).
It won’t work like that because she cannot set price by her own (it’s base on her popularity at that time), and people in Belgium will pay ticket for Britney at this price (she’s not huge here as you know).

Btw, inflation rate got increased year by year but the ticket price won’t change much, the ticket price 100$ in 2000 equal 147$ in 2018.

And use your logical that mean everyone should increase price 47% compare in 2000 to secure the same revenue but in the real world only some artists can do that.

Or we must devide by 1.47 and see the real revenue in 2000???

I know Wayne you want to tell Britney got less but I want to explain it’s not if you see euro currency . But if you want to compare other factors, it called inflation and everything we discussed will be out of topic. Please see only one factor. :lol:
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Postby MrLeonix » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:02 pm

weare wrote:If we compare her tour in europe maybe use euro currency will be better but if we want to compare with other artists who tour in Europe this year, any currency won’t be different (you can use both Dollar and Euro).

Currency value has changed from time to time, be careful to compare this. ;)
Here's "Piece Of Me" Tour compared to other females in Belgium at the same venue this year.

Britney Spears
Sportpaleis
August 15, 2018
Antwerps, Belgium
$1,399,873
16,787 / 16,787 (100%)
42.00 - 100.00


Katy Perry
May 24, 2018
Antwerps Sportpaleis, Merksem, BELGIUM
$1,255,551
15,025 / 21,172 (70%)
40.00 - 120.00


Lady Gaga
Sportpaleis
Antwerp, Belgium
Jan. 22, 2018
$1,435,452
15,533 / 15,533 (100%)
$134.87, $49.04


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After you divide the amount grossed by the attendance:

Gaga had a 92$ ticket rate
Britney had a 83$ ticket rate
Katy had a 83$ ticket rate

Gaga and Britney were 100% sold out, Katy was 70% Sold out (but she put way more tickets on sale)

Britney drew the biggest attendance out of the 3.
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Postby Wayne » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:04 pm

You're being too complicated about it, I'm not talking about inflation or buying power - if you get into the issue of inflation and buying power, it becomes too complex and you'll end up with a thesis.

Just take it from a currency point of view, it doesn't do her a disservice.
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Postby Instinct » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:13 pm

Yeah, I think I got what @Wayne was trying to say. :wink:
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Postby matheusbelmont » Fri Sep 07, 2018 9:12 pm

I was hoping for $10 million and 100,000 tickets in the UK but Birmingham (or maybe Blackpool too) won't let that happen.
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Postby Instinct » Sat Sep 08, 2018 3:03 pm

Dream Within a Dream Tour

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North America:
November 1, 2001 - Nationwide Arena - Columbus, OH - 10,465 / 12,000 - $566,530
November 2, 2001 - Mellon Arena - Pittsburgh, PA - 11,871 / 13,500 - $593,154
November 5, 2001 - Scotiabank Arena - Toronto, ON, Canada - 14,324 / 14,324 - $793,913
November 7, 2001 - NYCB Live home of The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum - Uniondale, NY - 15,904 / 15,904 - $816,871
November 8, 2001 - Bryce Jordan Center - University Park, PA - 8,931 / 10,050 - $536,563
November 9, 2001 - Quicken Loans Arena - Cleveland, OH - 13,333 / 15,142 - $767,449
November 10, 2001 - U.S. Bank Arena - Cincinnati, OH - 9,586 / 11,200 - $572,011
November 12, 2001 - Pepsi Center - Denver, CO - 14,625 / 15,100 - $774,890
November 13, 2001 - Vivint Smart Home Arena - Salt Lake City, UT - 9,177 / 12,150 - $504,721
November 17-18, 2001 - MGM Grand Garden Arena - Las Vegas, NV - 24,638 / 24,638 - $1,561,214
November 20, 2001 - Honda Center - Anaheim, CA - 14,821 / 14,821 - $811,315
November 21, 2001 - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA - 15,201 / 15,201 - $921,315
November 26, 2001 - The Palace of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI - 16,745 / 16,745 - $958,870
November 27, 2001 - BMO Harris Bradley Center - Milwaukee, WI - 10,126 / 12,499 - $558,460
November 28, 2001 - Allstate Arena - Rosemont, IL - 16,538 / 16,538 - $922,038
November 29, 2001 - Target Center - Minneapolis, MN - 14,440 / 15,800 - $774,022
December 1, 2001 - Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, NJ - 11,653 / 11,653 - $839,588
December 2, 2001 - Meadowlands Arena - East Rutherford, NJ - 17,975 / 17,975 - $919,880
December 3, 2001 - Times Union Center - Albany, NY - 11,306 - 12,361 - $590,436
December 5, 2001 - Madison Square Garden Arena - New York, NY - 16,674 / 16,674 - $933,210
December 8, 2001 - XL Center - Hartford, CT - 14,766 / 14,766 - $757,511
December 9, 2001 - TD Garden - Boston - TD Garden - 16,421 / 16,421 - $947,959
December 10, 2001 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA - 18,218 / 18,218 - $1,084,038
December 11, 2001 - TD Garden - Boston, MA - 14,437 / 16,421 - $876,588
December 14, 2001 - PNC Arena - Raleigh, NC - 10,355 / 13,326 - $601,366
December 15, 2001 - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA - 15,535 / 15,535 - $849,362
December 16, 2001 - Smoothie King Center - New Orleans, LA - 14,119 / 14,119 - $711,377
December 18, 2001 - Amalie Arena - Tampa, FL - 12,367 / 13,800 - $638,565
December 19, 2001 - AmericanAirlines Arena - Miami, FL - 15,188 / 15,188 - $785,991
December 21, 2001 - Capital One Arena - Washington, DC - 15,100 / 15,100 - $779,445
May 24-25, 2002 - Mandalay Bay Events Center - Las Vegas, NV - 18,650 / 19,724 - $1,427,697
May 28, 2002 - P.N.E. Pacific Coliseum - Vancouver, BC, Canada - 12,764 / 16,133 - $727,371
May 29, 2002 - Tacoma Dome - Tacoma, WA - 20,733 / 20,941 - $1,127,266
May 30, 2002 - Moda Center - Portland, OR - 14,548 / 17,079 - $806,876
June 1, 2002 - Oracle Arena - Oakland, CA - 14,221 / 14,634 - $874,193
June 2, 2002 - SAP Center At San Jose - San Jose, CA - 14,889 / 16,492 - $843,912
June 4-6, 2002 - Staples Center - Los Angeles, CA - 30,892 / 32,392 - $1,859,167
June 5, 2002 - Viejas Arena - San Diego, CA - 9,889 / 12,360 - $655,400
June 10, 2002 - Sleep Train Arena - Sacramento, CA - 15,350 / 15,350 - $847,174
June 12, 2002 - Talking Stick Resort Arena - Phoenix, AZ - 13,799 / 13,799 - $803,930
June 14, 2002 - United Supermarkets Arena - Lubbock, TX - 14,256 / 14,256 - $741,972
June 15, 2002 - Alomodome - San Antonio, TX - 15,769 / 17,111 - $806,616
June 16, 2002 - Compaq Center - Houston, TX - 14,160 / 14,160 - $775,828
June 20, 2002 - United Center - Chicago, IL - 16,653 / 16,653 - $956,615
June 21, 2002 - Bankers Life Fieldhouse - Indianapolis, IN - 12,834 / 15,444 - $764,095
June 22, 2002 - Scottrade Center - St. Louis, MO - 13,111 / 13,111 - $822,184
June 24, 2002 - The Palace Of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI - 14,644 / 14,644 - $858,249
June 25, 2002 - FirstOntario Centre - Hamilton, ON, Canada - 16,241 / 16,241 - $814,106
June 26, 2002 - KeyBank Center - Buffalo, NY - 13,862 / 13,862 - $752,756
June 28, 2002 - Wells Fargo Center - Philadelphia, PA - 14,692 / 14,692 - $911,189
June 29, 2002 - TD Garden - Boston, MA - 15,396 / 15,396 - $907,274
June 30, 2002 - DCU Center - Worcester, MA - 9,458 / 10,492 - $571,639
July 5, 2002 - Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City - 11,382 / 11,382 - $588,492
July 6, 2002 - Meadowlands Arena - East Rutherford, NJ - 16,474 / 16,474 - $870,288
July 9, 2002 - NYCB Live home of The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum - Uniondale, NY - 14,784 / 14,784 - $853,326
July 10, 2002 - Capital One Arena - Washington, DC - 11,309 / 11,309 - $697,175
July 11, 2002 - Charlotte Coliseum - Charlotte, NC - 11,135 / 11,135 - $597,854
July 13, 2002 - BB&T Center - Sunrise, FL - 11,421 / 11,421 - $753,593
July 14, 2002 - Amway Arena - Orlando, FL - 10,474 / 10,474 - $590,200
July 18, 2002 - CenturyLink Center - Bossier City, LA - 12,232 / 12,232 - $749,181
July 19, 2002 - Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City, OK - 16,315 / 16,315 - $954,881
July 20, 2002 - Verizon Arena - North Little Rock, AR - 13,218 / 13,218 - $718,214
July 22, 2002 - American Airlines Center - Dallas, TX - 15,421 / 15,421 - $897,651
July 27, 2002 - Foro Sol - Mexico City, Mexico - 51,261 / 51,261 - $2,251,379
Total Reported Gross: $53,926,395 (67/67)
Total Reported Attendance: 958,282
Average Ticket Price: $56.274
Average Gross: $804,871
Average Attendance: 14,302

Asia:
April 25, 2002 - Tokyo Dome - Tokyo, Japan - 62,011 / 62,011 - $2,921,302
Total Reported Gross: $2,921,302 (1/1)
Total Reported Attendance: 62,011
Average Ticket Price: $47.109
Average Gross: $2,291,302
Average Attendance: 62,011

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Total Reported Gross: $56,847,697 (68/68)
Total Reported Attendance: 1,020,293
Missing Shows: 0
Average Ticket Price: $55.717
Average Gross: $835,995
Average Attendance: 15,004
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Postby Britneysdream » Sat Sep 08, 2018 8:45 pm

matheusbelmont wrote:I was hoping for $10 million and 100,000 tickets in the UK but Birmingham (or maybe Blackpool too) won't let that happen.
I suppose it all depends how many tickets they put on sale at the 02 arena and Manchester arena, they can both hold 20k, but they might have only had 15k on sale to buy, so it’s really hard to tell

I noticed Belgium she sold nearly 17k tickets, so I’m hoping each London date did 17k and Manchester 17k that comes to 68k, but the other venues were a lot smaller, so probably around 80k, but if you do include Brighton which we know was 57k your looking at roughly 137,000 tickets
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Postby matheusbelmont » Sat Sep 08, 2018 9:25 pm

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matheusbelmont wrote:I was hoping for $10 million and 100,000 tickets in the UK but Birmingham (or maybe Blackpool too) won't let that happen.
I suppose it all depends how many tickets they put on sale at the 02 arena and Manchester arena, they can both hold 20k, but they might have only had 15k on sale to buy, so it’s really hard to tell

I noticed Belgium she sold nearly 17k tickets, so I’m hoping each London date did 17k and Manchester 17k that comes to 68k, but the other venues were a lot smaller, so probably around 80k, but if you do include Brighton which we know was 57k your looking at roughly 137,000 tickets
It's not going to happen. UK dates had seats and not standing tickets. They put 15k +/- for each London show and 13.5-13.8k for Manchester.

Probably, we'll have: Scarboro 7.5k, Manchester 13.5k, Glasgow 11.5k, London 43-45k, Birmingham 8k and I have no idea what I can supose for the Blackpool date but I'm hoping for more than 15k.
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Postby Britneysdream » Sat Sep 08, 2018 10:14 pm

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matheusbelmont wrote:I was hoping for $10 million and 100,000 tickets in the UK but Birmingham (or maybe Blackpool too) won't let that happen.
I suppose it all depends how many tickets they put on sale at the 02 arena and Manchester arena, they can both hold 20k, but they might have only had 15k on sale to buy, so it’s really hard to tell

I noticed Belgium she sold nearly 17k tickets, so I’m hoping each London date did 17k and Manchester 17k that comes to 68k, but the other venues were a lot smaller, so probably around 80k, but if you do include Brighton which we know was 57k your looking at roughly 137,000 tickets
It's not going to happen. UK dates had seats and not standing tickets. They put 15k +/- for each London show and 13.5-13.8k for Manchester.

Probably, we'll have: Scarboro 7.5k, Manchester 13.5k, Glasgow 11.5k, London 43-45k, Birmingham 8k and I have no idea what I can supose for the Blackpool date but I'm hoping for more than 15k.
Well the Blackpool gazette said 20,000 people went, so we know 57k went to Brighton so your still looking at 100k who saw piece of me tour
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Postby Instinct » Tue Sep 11, 2018 1:23 pm

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Most Streamed Songs on Spotify

01 - 249,374,117 - Scream & Shout (+5,466,806 from Hit-Boy Remix = 254,840,923)
02 - 224,082,399 - Toxic
03 - 164,853,276 - ...Baby One More Time
04 - 144,792,169 - Oops!... I Did It Again
05 - 127,255,462 - Work Bitch
06 - 103,881,450 - Womanizer
07 - 94,618,226 - Make Me...
08 - 73,123,180 - Till the World Ends (+8,138,395 from Femme Fatale Remix = 81,261,575)
09 - 57,038,237 - My Only Wish (This Year)
10 - 60,004,079 - Circus
11 - 54,881,451 - Gimme More
12 - 51,679,886 - I Wanna Go
13 - 48,320,028 - Everytime
14 - 46,615,846 - Pretty Girls
15 - 45,702,470 - I'm a Slave 4 U
16 - 43,954,806 - Slumber Party
17 - 43,329,168 - Piece of Me
18 - 42,288,215 - (You Drive Me) Crazy
19 - 39,020,072 - Criminal
20 - 36,310,780 - Stronger
21 - 35,294,917 - Hold It Against Me
22 - 35,201,214 - If U Seek Amy
23 - 34,008,025 - Lucky
24 - 33,939,132 - 3
25 - 30,125,030 - Sometimes
26 - 23,727,848 - Perfume
27 - 22,126,625 - Overprotected
28 - 21,083,674 - Radar
29 - 19,374,944 - SMS (Bangerz)
30 - 18,654,162 - Break the Ice
31 - 18,212,368 - I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
32 - 17,916,968 - Born to Make You Happy
33 - 17,630,276 - S&M (Remix)
34 - 17,307,315 - I Love Rock 'n' Roll
35 - 17,000,177 - Boys
36 - 16,919,587 - Me Against the Music
37 - 15,670,270 - Do You Wanna Come Over?
38 - 14,548,968 - My Prerogative
39 - 10,931,869 - Private Show
40 - 10,668,615 - Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortes)

Since July 10, 2018....

"Toxic" reached 220 million streams
"...Baby One More Time" reached 160 million streams
"Oops!... I Did It Again" reached 140 million streams
"Womanizer" reached 100 million streams
"Hold It Against Me" left her Top 20 most streamed tracks
"Stronger" entered her Top 20 most streamed tracks
"Sometimes" reached 30 million streams
"Circus" reached 60 million streams
"Lucky" surpassed 3
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Postby MrLeonix » Tue Sep 11, 2018 2:30 pm

^ Thanks for the update @Instinct

As of June 16, 2018 (almost 3 months ago) the “Make Me” remixes had over 4,7 million streams on Spotify

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Remixes
02 - 4,760,704 - Make Me...
94,618,226 (album version) + 4,760,704 (remixes) = 99,378,930

The remixes data is old though .... so “Make Me” might have crossed 100million combined streams on Spotify by now :wink:
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Postby Artsy » Tue Sep 11, 2018 4:29 pm

Circus will probably hit 100 million before TTWE.
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Postby Britneysdream » Tue Sep 11, 2018 5:42 pm

Yay for make me passing 100 million
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Postby MrLeonix » Thu Sep 13, 2018 3:23 pm

"Britney" (2001) is her only album (out of her 9 studio albums) without a representation in her 10 most streamed singles on Spotify

Britney's 10 most streamed singles on Spotify as a Leading artist are:

1. Toxic
2. Baby One More Time
3. Oops I did It Again
4. Work Bitch
5. Womanizer
6. Make Me
7. Till The World Ends
8. Circus
9. Gimme More
10. I Wanna Go

Baby One More Time - 1 song
Oops I Did It Again - 1 song
Britney - 0 songs
In The Zone - 1 song
Blackout - 1 song
Circus - 2 songs
Femme Fatale - 2 songs
Britney Jean - 1 song
Glory - 1 song
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Postby gabrielflorin01 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:18 pm

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Britney era

NC = Did Not Chart that week

I'm A Slave 4 U
Debut Date: Unknown
Peak Date: October 27, 2001
Peak Position: #10
Week-by-Week Rundown: ? - ? - ? - ? - 10 - 10 - 10 - 10 - 14 - 21 - 50 - 94 - // (12 weeks total)
Final Week On Chart: January 14, 2002

Overprotected
Debut Date: January 21, 2002
Peak Date: March 18, 2002
Peak Position: #5
Week-by-Week Rundown: 56 - 32 - 24 - 15 - 12 - 10 - 6 - 7 - 5 - 6 - 6 - 8 - 15 - 18 - 15 - 29 - 38 - 41 - 64 - 66 - 88 - 95 - 99 - // (23 weeks total)
Final Week On Chart: June 24, 2002

I'm Not A Girl, Not A Woman
Debut Date: January 28, 2002
Peak Date: June 17, 2002
Peak Position: #21
Week-by-Week Rundown: 89 - 88 - 85 - 86 - 80 - 80 - 93 - 94 - NC - NC - NC - NC - NC - NC - 55 - 36 - 31 - 26 - 25 - 22 - 21 - 22 - 26 - 26 - 29 - 35 - 41 - 38 - 53 - 72 - 71 - 97 - // (18 weeks total)
Final Week On Chart: September 3, 2002

I Love Rock 'n' Roll
Debut Date: June 24, 2002
Peak Date: August 26, 2002
Peak Position: #42
Week-by-Week Rundown: 81 - 75 - 74 - 62 - 55 - 60 - 69 - 65 - 63 - 42 - 89 - // (11 weeks total)
Final Week On Chart: September 3, 2002

Boys
Debut Date: August 12, 2002
Peak Date: August 12, 2002
Peak Position: #91
Week-by-Week Rundown: 91 - // (1 week total)
Final Week On Chart: August 12, 2002

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Lady Gaga ♥ Madonna ♥ Kylie Minogue ♥ Christina Aguilera ♥ Britney Spears
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