Category: Photoshoots

New previously unseen outtakes from 2008

Here are a couple of unseen and unretouched old outtakes from 2008 photoshoots by Mark Liddell and by Peggy Sirota. Sadly, only tagged pictures for the moment.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots > 2008 > Mark Liddell
Photoshoots > 2008 > By Peggy Sirota

New BBMAs 2016 portraits

Here are 4 new Britney portraits from the Billboard Music Awards 2016. She looks beautiful!

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots > 2016 > Billboard Music Awards Portraits

Britney posts a new outtake by David Roemer

HOLY SHIT. Britney posted on Instagram a new and HOT picture from the photoshoot for Marie Claire Magazine by David Roemer. SHE LOOKS AMAZING! Like really, these new outtakes are way better than the picture used for the mag cover. We really need more pics from this shoot.

EDIT: Here’s another beautiful outtake posted by Britney a few minutes ago. KEEP SHARING THEM BRIT!!!

Update #3: Here’s another outtake. We can’t get enough. They are pure perfection!

Another two unseen Marie Claire’s outtakes!

Yes! Britney posted another two new unseen outtakes from the Marie Claire’s photoshoot. She looks FLAWLESS!

New Marie Claire’s photoshoot Outtakes

As you may remember, Britney was on the cover of the October issue of Marie Claire UK magazine and now Britney has shared two beautiful unseen outtakes from the beautiful shoot. We still don’t understand how they were not used… They are beautiful!

New Britney outtake for “Piece Of Me” remixed

Here’s a new outtake from Britney’s promo shoot for Piece Of Me remixed show. WE LOVE IT!! The scan is from NME’s latest issue. Wi will add the HQ picture asap.


Britney on Flaunt Magazine: Photoshoot + Full Interview

As we told you a couple days ago, Brit’s on the cover of the latest issue of Flaunt Magazine and we finally have the full photoshoot and interview. Plus, a new magazine cover. SHE LOOKS BEAUTIFUL!!!


Gallery Links:
Photoshoots > 2016 > Ioulex for Flaunt Magazine
Magazine Scans > 2016 > September – Flaunt Magazine

“Is it safe?”— Laurence Olivier, Marathon Man (1976)

It is a day without shadows, it is hot, and Los Angeles is ugly.

An elderly woman emerges into the bright light cautiously, hunched beneath a cheap umbrella. In her wake, she drags a handcart filled with groceries and clothing. Oblivious to the discarded chewing gum made soft again by the sun, her orthopedic shoes airlift sugary pink strings from the curb’s surface. As she shuffles past the marquee of the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, it’s not that difficult to pretend she is just an upside-down puppet reporting for work.

Up the block, inside an air-conditioned trailer, Britney Spears leans her face into a flame. With a Marlboro Menthol dangling from her pursed lips, she moves the cigarette into the fire until the tip of it turns orange. She leans back and exhales a minty, snow-white cloud that drifts over to the miniature kitchen and vanishes somewhere behind the unused microwave.

And her hand is shaking.

“Oh, I’m so weird,” she says. “I get nervous in a lot of situations. Parties, clubs. When there are a lot of people around, I’m a weird, anxiety-ridden person.”

I make her nervous. I am a stranger. I know next to nothing about her ninth studio album, Glory. To date, every inquiry sent to her management about album details is left unanswered, or rejected outright. It is recommended I reach out to her label’s president for a comment. Three questions are sent; a single response arrives via email. It manages to be both polite and meaningless.

“Britney spent time crafting and perfecting the music for this album to create something special for her fans,” writes RCA President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Corson. “Glory is truly a special album and reflects where she is in her career and her life right now. The reception has been very strong for the music and we expect that enthusiasm to increase when the album drops.”

The struggle to breach the micromanaged insulation of one of the world’s best-known pop stars is not to be mistaken for a list of petty gripes, or even complaints. It is entirely understandable why Spears would be cautious, especially now, when cameras hide snugly in every pocket and purse. The paparazzi is everyone. Every question I am not allowed to ask hovers somewhere, invisibly, in the space between us. In this fragment of time, I begin to realize Spears is not playing defense. She’s on offense. And it’s working.

“I don’t understand your question.”
Continue reading Britney on Flaunt Magazine: Photoshoot + Full Interview

Britney’s on the cover of Marie Claire UK!

Surprise! Britne’s on the cover of the October issue of Marie Clarie UK Magazine and we have the first picutres. She talked about Glory, being confident with her body, a very bad date she had and more. Marie Claire’s October issue, out now.


Gallery Links:
Photoshoots > 2016 > David Roemer
Magazine Scans > 2016 > October – Marie Claire UK

Say hello to the star of Marie Claire’s October issue, the inimitable Ms Britney Spears.

After a three-year stint in Vegas, Britney makes a storming return to the charts this month with her album Glory (currently bumping the number 1 spot). Speaking to writer Louise Gannon at Marie Claire’s LA cover shoot, Britney said she’s feeling far more comfortable in her skin these days. ‘I moved to Los Angeles when I was very young’ she said, ‘I was so under scrutiny. If a hair was out of place, I’d be so anxious. I would get very anxious about so many things.’

Britney thinks motherhood has played a big part in helping her to worry less. ‘Becoming a mother and being with my boys [Jayden, 9, Sean Preston, 10] has made me so much more accepting of myself. I’m their mom, whatever. That has been a really big thing for me over these last few years.’

She also revealed that being a multi platinum-selling, international pop star doesn’t make you immune to bad dates. ‘I had a really bad date’, she told us, ‘I mean, it was really bad. I’ve been single for ages and had a date with a guy I liked. I was getting anxious, worrying he wouldn’t like me. In the evening I got on the scales and I had lost six pounds.’ [She continues] ‘We went to the movies, but I could tell right away it wasn’t working. It was sort of awkward. So after the movie I came home and that was it. It just didn’t work […] He just wasn’t that into me. I liked him. He knew that. But he definitely didn’t feel the same. It happens to everybody. Being famous doesn’t make you any different.’

Three years of physically demanding Vegas shows have made Britney feel fitter and stronger than ever, even though her sister tries to stuff as many brownies into her mouth as possible when she sees her. ‘She’s always trying to get me to eat’ says Britney. ‘I never ate sushi until a year or so ago. I thought the idea of raw fish was horrible. Then we had a day in a hotel in Vegas and she ordered up every single bit of sushi they had and we sat there just eating everything. Now I’m hooked.’

“Glory” outtakes in HQ

As you may noticed, I’ve added the HQ pictures from Glory’s booklet by Randee St. Nicholas to our photo gallery. Enojoy!


Gallery Links:
Photoshoots > 2016 > Randee St. Nicholas

Britney is making a new photo shoot?

According to Jeff Raymond two hours ago, he was heading to a photo shoot with Britney. A new magazine cover to promote “Make Me”? We hope so.


Just got in the car and @britneyspears is on! #makeme And headed to a photo shoot with her …

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