All the crazy pop-ups have now gone off ClickBritney.com! There should now be only 1 popup per page PER HOUR on both ClickBritney.com and the main page of BritneySpy.com! As you can see there are now other ads to finance the sites which aren’t pop ups
Archive for July, 2005
BRITNEY SPEARS Someday [I Will Understand] (2005 Japanese issue 5-track CD EP including ‘Chaotic’, picture sleeve + obi-strip, more details to follow…).
Country of Origin: Japan
Release date: Wednesday 21 September 2005
To view more info and to buy an import copy for £18.99 click here
According to SonyBMG Australia, they delayed the “Someday (I Will Understand)” release in the US so it would be closer to the release of the “Britney and Kevin: Chaotic” DVD in order to promote it.
Thanks to Davide Rocks for the info
A radio station in Lebanon has announced that they will start playing “Someday (I Will Understand)” really soon.
Thanks to Maissa Geahchan for this info
Britney, be careful! Being pregnant is serious stuff. Like, seriously. So as you slowly lose sight of your toes, we have some serious advice to help carry you through your own Labor Day. We’re sure you’ve already eliminated the cigarettes-and-champagne component of your daily diet, right? Right? But there are other things you have to do too. Because along with not wanting to endanger your baby’s health, you also don’t want to embarrass your baby, either. Now, read on.
MTV has revealed the list of nominees for the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) and Britney doesn’t have a nomination in any category.
I seriously thought she would have had a nomination for “My Prerogative” but the VMA people seem to be extremely anti-Britney (in case you didn’t know, Britney has never won a VMA even though she’s performed at 4 of the ceremonies.)
BEYONCE KNOWLES, BRITNEY SPEARS and JENNIFER LOPEZ’s music company Sony BMG has agreed to pay $10 million (GBP5.7 million) to settle probe into the illegal practice of paying radio stations to air its stars’ songs.
The settlement was announced today (25JUL05) following a “pay for play” investigation spearheaded by New York Attorney General ELIOT SPITZER which discovered the illegal practice was rife.
The probe uncovered massive corruption and even reported cases of Sony BMG buying holidays for radio employees. Emails between top officials showed that bribes were accepted and commonplace. A 1960 US law makes it illegal for record companies to offer radio stations financial incentives.
Mr Spitzer says, “Air time is often determined by undisclosed payoffs. This agreement is a model for breaking the pervasive influence of bribes in the industry.
“Instead of airing music based on the quality, artistic competition, aesthetic judgments or other judgments, radio stations are airing music because they are paid to do so in a way that hasn’t been disclosed to the public.”
Sony spokesman JOHN McKAY condemned the practice as “wrong and improper”.
The money will go to a New York state not-for-profit entities involved in music education and appreciation.
Sony BMG owns over 20 record labels, including J Records, Jive, Arista, Epic and RCA Records.
Source: Contact Music
The second fragrance from Britney Spears is called Fantasy Britney Spears, a fruity floral developed by perfumer Jim Krivda. The round fuchsia bottle with light green Swarovski crystals, was designed in-house by Jean Antretter
Credit: Original Dolls.com and UBritney.com
Britney Spears and hubbie Kevin Federline, in front-row seats at Beacher’s Madhouse at The Joint (Hard Rock Hotel) on Sunday night, not far from John Stamos’ table. They went on to Body English, a nightclub inside the Hard Rock Cafe
Thanks to Tempting Thrill.com for the pics!