It has finally been announced that Britney will be opening the iHeart Radio Music Festival on September 24 at 7:30pm. The performance was announced a couple weeks ago but the exact date was only confirmed earlier today.
Are you ready!?
I want to take this post to tell you that I don’t think I’ll be at home at the time of the show, so all pictures and videos will be posted as soon as possible. Probably later that day or on Sunday afternoon. So sorry!
Yes!! It seems that Britney and her team heard our complains about the lack of promo for Britney Jean due to her residency and things have changed for Glory (Even though she hasn’t promoted the album in weeks)…
Now it has been announced that Britney will be performing live at Chicago’s B96 Jingle Bash on December 10!! Amazing, right?
Our queen and G-eazy slayed the VMAs stage with an amazing performance of “Make Me” and “Me, Myself and I”, Brit sang the Bebe Rexha vocals to G-Eazy’s hit. WE LOVED IT!!! What do you think? Watch a few seconds of the performance below and all the HQ and MQ pics have been added to our gallery.
Brit posted this picture on twitter a few minutes ago while she was getting ready for the VMAS… And she looks so beautiful! Plus, it was confirmed that Kim Kardashian will be presenting her performance.
Executive producer Jesse Ignjatovic teased Britney’s return to the VMAs stage in a new interview with EW.
Britney Spears’ new album Glory is shaping up to be completely different from anything she’s ever released. Expect similar surprises when it comes to her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards this Sunday, where she’s slated to sing the lead single off Glory, “Make Me…” with G-Eazy.
“She’s not one to do the same thing she’s done in the past,” executive producer Jesse Ignjatovic tells EW. “It’s going to be something you’ve not seen her do before. It’s going to separate her from other performances.”
That’s no small feat considering the other stars slated to appear: this year’s VMAs will also feature a career-spanning medley from Rihanna as she accepts the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. (Spears accepted the award in 2011.)
Spears, of course, has a long history with the VMAs, from her iconic costume change in 2000 to the snake dance in 2001 to the infamous Madonna kiss in 2003. “She grew up on MTV,” Ignjatovic says. “She’s so connected to the network, and I know back when I worked on the channel in the ‘90s she was the darling of MTV.”
The last time Spears actually performed at the VMAs, however, was in 2007, and, well, we all know how that went. Ignjatovic says fans have nothing to worry about this year: “It’s amazing [to have her back],” he says. “To have her in such great form with a huge hit, she’s super relevant and current—I think the young people watching MTV now are as connected to her as they were back in the TRL days.”