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Will Britney pull it off at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards?

July 29, 2008

britney1.jpgAfter a disastrous peformance at last year’s MTV Video Music Awards, pop singer Britney Spears will be back again for this year’s ceremony — but this time as a nominee.

Spears is nominated in the “Best Female Video” category for “Piece of Me”. She is up against Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Jordin Sparks and newcomer Katy Perry for the award that will be announced on Sunday, Sept 7, at the MTV’s 25th annual Video Music Awards.

As for the men, nominees for the “Best Male Video” include Usher, Chris Brown, Flo Rida, T.I., and Lil Wayne.

 Spears’ much maligned comback at last year’s awards was picked as the most embarrassing dance sequence of all time in a survey by UKTV Gold. Dressed in a poorly fitted bra and panties, Spears mimed her way half-heartedly through “Gimme More”. The performance came as Spears was locked in a bitter custody dispute with ex-husband Kevin Federline over their two sons.

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I think Spears can redeem herself as long as she doesnt let criticism from people affect her. Its so hard but you have to shrug it off and keep going…bc there are plent of ppl out there wanting her to fail and she knows it. If she can overcome this and give it all that she has that will be a GREAT comeback, and Im rooting for her to do well!! :)

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BS is a ~~~how to say nice woman.she is wonderful in music.She was said to be fond of internet recently. Some of her fans found her on a interracial dating club ~~~~mixedmate.com. She has a personal account there with her pictures, blog and something about her albums..

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