Here's How Far Britney Spears Has Come Since Her 2007 VMAs Performance
Sure, Brit made us all want to be in Slytherin by draping a snake over herself at the 2001 VMAs and made all of us thirsty AF when she smooched Madonna onstage in 2003.
But let's not forget the last time Britney performed at the VMAs.
I think we can all agree that her 2007 VMAs performance was an unmitigated disaster. Like, there's the Titanic, and, well, there was Britney's 2007 VMAs performance.
I mean, the nonchalant shoulder rolls, her awkward giggle, the clumsy trust fall? That background dancer who got way too grabby with her?!
It was a VMAs performance to remember.
In case you don't remember 2007, first of all… Why? That's like an entire year of your life. You should see someone about that.
Second of all, allow me to refresh your memory with Spears' performance of “Gimme More.”
When coupled with her infamous meltdown, this performance makes it pretty clear that 2007 wasn't exactly Britney's year.
But it's 2016, y'all, and the Queen of Pop is thriving like crazy.
With her ninth album “Glory” forthcoming and having just received the Billboard Millennium Award, I think it's safe to say that Britney Spears is killing it this 2016.
That's saying a lot because 2016 has been pretty lackluster so far for pretty much everybody else on this little ole rock called Earth.
Needless to say, when the news dropped about the return of the Queen to the VMA stage, Twitter straight up lost it.
Let's be real. We were all this shocked to hear that Brit was coming out of her VMA retirement.
Let us all giggle for god damn joy over this incredible news! She's back, bitch!
The road from 2007 to 2016 has been a long one.
Brit equals VMAs. That's just basic math right there.
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