Earlier today, Britney attended the grand opening of the Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation’s Britney Spears Campus in Las Vegas.
“I’m just really excited to be standing here for our new NCCF campus,” Britney said during the ceremony. “We started fundraising in 2014 and we’ve raised $1 million to build this amazing facility to support the kids and the families everywhere. I’m so thankful to everyone for their generosity in making this a reality and making this happen.”
“We can’t thank Britney enough being able to do this. Our dream for many, many years has been to be able to have one one building that all of our 45 programs can come together in one place. And that we are able to to today,” NCCF CEO Jeff Gordon said. “And that doesn’t happen without someone like Britney Spears.”
Through working with Spears and her team, he said, “We saw a side of Britney Spears that so many people maybe don’t have the opportunity to see. You realize what a special person Britney is. She’s an incredible performer, we know all that, but she does care and the more we’ve gotten to know her, the more grateful we’ve become to her, and the kids have adored her.”
“Thirty-five days ago our community when through something that we will never forget. People around the world got to see a side of Vegas that they had never seen before. They saw the love that Las Vegas has,” he said. “Today is similar to that because until today people haven’t totally understood what Britney Spears has meant to this community. We’ve all seen her on stage, we’ve all seen her perform and what a phenomenal performer and entertainer she is, but what’s she’s doing today is another side of Britney that unfortunately most of us haven’t had the opportunity to see before.
He added, “What she is doing today, and continues to do, is going to benefit thousands of children that comes through this facility, and for that we are sincerely thankful and very, very appreciative.”
On Wednesday, Britney returned to Planet Hollywood with her Piece Of Me show and I’ve updated the gallery with +90 HQ pics. The show is the same as always but she wore three new outfits: A black leather leotard for MATM section, a white outfit for BOMT (similar to one she already used last year) and a pink leotard for DYCO.
As you may know, a man climbed onto the stage and tried to get close to Britney so she had to stop the show for a while. The man was quickly followed by a security staff, who couldn’t control him so Brit’s dancers helped him as more security members arrived to get the man off the stage. Meanwhile, Britney’s private security quickly surrounded her and then decided to take her of the stage until the situation was under control again. Finally, Britney returned to the stage to finish the show as if nothing had happened.
A lot of old outtakes were leaked by Britney Museum and BreatheHeavy these past few days. Check them out below. Most of them are from 2006 (the pregnant shoots) and there are a few from 2008 Peggy Sirota’s shoot and the 2010 shoot by Terry R.
After more than 20 days without posting anything to her social media accounts, Britney returned with a new outtake from her “Fantasy In Bloom” promotional shoot. In fact, the shoot is from her “The Intimate Britney Spears” line but was used to promote her perfume. Anyway… She looks GORGEOUS.
For Gay Pride Month, Billboard asked numerous pop culture luminaries to write ‘love letters’ to the LGBTQ community and Britney was one of them. According to BreatheHeavy she’s the only star to have handwritten her letter.
This is my letter of love to all my LGBTQ fans. Continuously throughout my career, you’ve always been so vocal about what a positive impact I’ve had on you — that I’ve instilled joy, hope and love in you at times when there was none. That my music is an inspiration. That my story gives you hope.
But I have a secret to share with you. You see, it’s actually you that lifts me up. The unwavering loyalty. the lack of judgment. The unapologetic truth. Acceptance! Your stories are what inspire me, bring me joy and make me and my sons strive to be better people.