Making the Video: Lucky
Britney Spears invented impersonations earlier today and it is catching on like wildfire. My mother was moved so by this innovation that she tried it out for herself by paying homage to the original.
Me as a Hogwarts professor: YASSSS MALFOY, DRAG HA!!!! 50 HOUSE POINTS TO SLYTHERIN!!!
As a celebrity, Britney Spears faced danger on a regular basis. She was pushed around by unruly fans, stalkers, and muggers who would use force to have a piece of her time and/or money. To protect herself, Spears invented Kung Fu in 1999. Kung Fu was created by Spears for self defense and was never used to make the first strike. Speculation has been made that Spears’ fighting style seems like a dance and many people believe that her extensive training in dance influenced its development. Spears is pictured above teaching Kung Fu in an after-school program in New Orleans, Louisiana.
It is widely known that Britney Spears’ role in pop music has been impactful but many do not know that Spears influenced the heavy metal genre as well through her invention of guitar solos. Spears came up with the idea of guitar solos while recording in 1998 and decided to showcase this experimental sound on her debut album, …Baby One More Time, in her hit-single, (You Drive Me) Crazy (1999). Since the release of (You Drive Me) Crazy, guitar solos have made their way into songs by prominent metal bands such as Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, and Metallica.
*plays Deaths first album put out in like 1980 something* SOLOS SOLOS EVERYWHERE
Wow, I never knew how aggressive and uneducated metal-heads could be. I’m getting so much backlash from these folks just because I posted educational material about Britney’s influence in their area of interest. There is so much left for this blog to do, so many lives that still need to be touched.
This is my true calling.
On one fateful December night, Jamie Spears was traveling on foot through McComb, Mississippi with his pregnant wife, Lynn, and stopped at an inn to rest. The inn had no vacancies but instead made room for the Spears couple in their adjacent barn. Inside the barn, Lynn goes into labor and gives birth to a baby girl, whom they named Britney. Lynn wrapped the baby Britney in a blanket and laid her atop a bed of hay in a manger. Shortly after, three paparazzi appear before them, each bearing a gift; the first, skittles, the second, vanilla candles, and the third, a DVD boxed set of Sex and the City. And so began the life of the almighty Britney Spears.