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Anonymous
O lord! Miracle! You're wonderful! Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! :D

Anytime xx




Britney + Faceless




Anonymous
Fuck :( Thank you dear! It's a pity.

Nevermind, it took me hours but I did it. It’s from the concert on Mannheim in 2011. Here you go, at 2:25 [x]




Anonymous
Hey, I know post old, but please can u find vid? post/33154583158

Swear to God I tried but I can’t even remember the place, maybe some of my followers can give me a hand on this?




Thirty Seconds to Mars for POSE Magazine











April, 1999. 15 years ago today, Britney Spears appeared on the cover of the “Rolling Stone” magazine. The controversial cover was shot by David LaChapelle at her home in Kentwood, Louisiana. ”It was freakin’ awesome," Britney says. "Most girls my age would have done their first cover for Seventeen or something." LaChapelle discussed about this iconic moment in Britney’s career: "Spears and LaChapelle both say they knew the photo would cause a bit of commotion, but they figured it was worth it. "I said to her, ‘You don’t want to be buttoned up, like Debbie Gibson,’" LaChapelle recalls. "I said, ‘Let’s push it further and do this whole Lolita thing.’ She got it. She knew it would get people talking and excited." Spears proved, even then, that she was going to take charge of crafting her own image. One night while they were shooting, LaChapelle says, Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, walked in at 2 a.m. to find her posing in her bra and panties. Rudolph demanded to know what was going on. “Britney said, ‘Yeah, I don’t feel comfortable,' ” says the photographer. “At first I felt betrayed. But as soon as Larry walked out, Britney said, ‘Lock the door’ and unbuttoned her shirt wide open.”

April, 1999. 15 years ago today, Britney Spears appeared on the cover of the “Rolling Stone” magazine. The controversial cover was shot by David LaChapelle at her home in Kentwood, Louisiana. ”It was freakin’ awesome," Britney says. "Most girls my age would have done their first cover for Seventeen or something." LaChapelle discussed about this iconic moment in Britney’s career: "Spears and LaChapelle both say they knew the photo would cause a bit of commotion, but they figured it was worth it. "I said to her, ‘You don’t want to be buttoned up, like Debbie Gibson,’" LaChapelle recalls. "I said, ‘Let’s push it further and do this whole Lolita thing.’ She got it. She knew it would get people talking and excited." Spears proved, even then, that she was going to take charge of crafting her own image. One night while they were shooting, LaChapelle says, Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, walked in at 2 a.m. to find her posing in her bra and panties. Rudolph demanded to know what was going on. “Britney said, ‘Yeah, I don’t feel comfortable,' ” says the photographer. “At first I felt betrayed. But as soon as Larry walked out, Britney said, ‘Lock the door’ and unbuttoned her shirt wide open.”