Britney Spears Wallpapers
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Brief Biography of Britney Spears
Britney Jean Spears is an international celebrity, born on December 2, 1981 in McComb, Mississippi, U.S.A. and brought up in Kentwood, Louisiana by parents James Parnell Spears and Lynne Irene Bridges. Britney’s brother Bryan works as a manager for the Spears family interests and her sister Jamie Lynn is an actress and singer. Britney was an accomplished gymnast till age nine competing in state level competitions. At age eight she auditioned for the Disney Channel series The New Mickey Mouse Club. Britney attended New York City's Professional Performing Arts School for three summers. She also performed as an understudy in 1991's Ruthless! and made appearances in several off-Broadway productions. When Britney was 11, she joined The New Mickey Mouse Club where she was featured from 1991 to 1993. In 1997, Britney joined the pop group Innosense, though she went solo later. She was signed by Jive Records. She began touring American venues for a series of concerts sponsored by American teen magazines and became an opening act for 'N Sync and the Backstreet Boys.
Britney's debut single ...Baby One More Time, released in the end of 1998 became an instant international hit, scoring number one on Billboard's Hot 100 and earned nine million sales worldwide. It was ranked 25th on Rolling Stone and MTV's 100 Greatest Pop Songs of all time. The album of the same title released in January1999 reached number one on the Billboard 200. It was certified Diamond, with 25 million copies sold worldwide and brought her international stardom. In December 1999, she won four Billboard Music Awards, including Female Artist of the Year. A month later she won the Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist award at the American Music Awards. At the 2000 Grammy Awards, Britney received two nominations in the categories Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for ...Baby One More Time, but lost to Christina Aguilera and Sarah McLachlan respectively.
In May 2000, she released her second studio album, Oops!... I Did It Again which debuted at number one in the U.S., selling 1,319,193 copies in the first week, breaking the SoundScan record for the highest sales in the debut week by any solo artist. The RIAA awarded the album with a Diamond certification, as it sold 10 million copies in the U.S. and 20 million copies worldwide. The album’s lead single, Oops!... I Did It Again, quickly became a top 10 hit in the U.S. and other countries. In 2000, Britney launched her first world tour, the Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour. During the tour, she made a stop in New York for the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards. She finished the year with two more Billboard Music Awards, and two Grammy nominations for Oops!... I Did It Again in the categories of Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
Britney Spears released her third studio album Britney in November 2001, co-writing five of the album's tracks. It sold in the U.S. 745,744 units during its first week. The album's success made her one of the few female artists to have their first three albums debut at number one.
In November 2003 Britney Spears released her fourth album, In the Zone. Spears co-wrote eight of the album's thirteen songs and co-produced several pieces of it for the first time. In the Zone topped the U.S. charts in its debut week, selling over 609,000 copies. This made Britney the only female in music history to have her first four studio albums debut at number one. The Guardian praised the album giving it 4 out of 5 stars and writing, "Unlike previous Britney albums, In the Zone has no filler and no shoddy cover versions, just 57 varieties of blue-chip hit-factory pop. There is southern hip-hop, deep house, Neptunes-style R&B, the ubiquitous Diwali beat and, most importantly, oodles of Madonna”. The album scored the international number one and U.S. top ten hit single Toxic, winning Spears her first ever Grammy in the category of Best Dance Recording.
The collection Greatest Hits: My Prerogative was released in November 2004. It debuted at number four on the U.S. charts selling over 255,000 copies and featured three new songs, including her version of Bobby Brown's 1988 hit My Prerogative which became a modest hit. In November 2005, Spears released a remix album, B In The Mix: The Remixes with remixes of Spears' biggest hits, ranging from ...Baby One More Time to Toxic. It also included a remix of her newest single Someday (I Will Understand), originally a piano ballad that was an ode to the then unborn Sean. A new song, And Then We Kiss, was released only in Asia where it charted well in several countries. The song appeared on Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay chart and peaked at number 15, despite the fact it was only for digital download and not officially released in U.S.A.
Her fifth album Blackout was released worldwide in October 2007, with the lead single, Gimme More, earning success on worldwide charts, debuted at number 2 on the US Billboard 200 charts, selling 290,000 copies. Spears' performance (Gimme More) at 2007 MTV Video Music Awards received much media attention. Gimme More peaked at number 3 on Billboard's Hot 100 on October 3, becoming Spears' most successful single in the United States since her debut.
Her career success was highlighted by Forbes Magazine in 2002 as Spears was ranked the world's most powerful celebrity. At a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, she appeared with Christina Aguilera performing the song Like a Virgin, and was later joined by Madonna. Spears sold over 83 million records worldwide according to Zomba Label Group. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) ranks her as the eighth best-selling female artist in the history of American music, having sold 31 million albums in the U.S. Spears' fame in the music industry has led her to experiment with other forms of media, including film and television. As an actress, she is most noted for her starring role in the 2002 movie Crossroads. She also made guest appearances in various movie and TV programs. Her success as a singer led her to several high profile advertising deals and endorsements, including her own perfume line.
Her marriage to Kevin Federline in 2004 has been the topic of numerous articles. She gave birth to her first child, Sean Preston, in 2005 and to her second child, Jayden James, in 2006. The couple's divorce in November 2006 was highly publicized, followed by an ongoing legal battle for the custody of their two sons.
In 2007, Britney Spears was one of the most searched for celebrity on Internet as an acclaimed American pop music singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and author of International celebrity status. Britney Spears’ number one singles are ...Baby One More Time, (You Drive Me) Crazy, Born to Make You Happy, Oops!...I Did It Again, Lucky, Me Against the Music, Toxic, Everytime and Gimme More, and DVDs: Time Out with Britney Spears (1999), Live and More! (2000), Britney: The Videos (2001), Live from Las Vegas (2002), In the Zone (2004), Greatest Hits: My Prerogative (2004) and Britney & Kevin: Chaotic (2005).
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