Backstreet’s indeed back – in Vegas.
After the damp squib that was 2013’s Britney Jean, fans could be forgiven for approaching Glory with some trepidation.
The last time Britney Spears aimed for the pop zeitgeist on 2015’s ill-advised Iggy Azalea collaboration Pretty Girls (essentially a poor man’s Fancy), the results were so heavy-handed she inadvertently derailed Azalea’s career.
Pop stars including Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez have recorded a new song that aims to raise money for victims of the Pulse nightclub attack, in which 49 people were killed and 53 injured by a gunman.
Pretty Girls – a new Britney Spears song featuring Iggy Azalea – premiered on Sunday, and who nabbed the world’s first listen? Not radio, not even online, but a handful of Uber cab riders.
Oops, can they do it again? Games firm Glu Mobile has made nearly $100m from its Kim Kardashian: Hollywood mobile game, and now it is hoping to repeat the success with Britney Spears.
Fans were left reeling this week when two members of globe-conquering boyband One Direction were caught on camera smoking (gasp!) cannabis. But Louis and Zayn aren't the first teen poppers to shock their fresh-faced following …
As Lorde decides not to give her fans a 'brand name', we look at bad fan names in music, from Callafans to Little Monsters