“Baby One More Time” to the “Glory”, it has been the transformation of Britney Spears: PHOTOS

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Talented, icon of a generation, and controversy, Britney Spears it is one of the most well known artists in the united States and the world by the strength of its songs, which gave the title of Princess of pop.

However, gone are the years in which the youth of the late 90’s danced …Baby One More Time and was considered the most beautiful woman in the universe.

The time passed and it seems that Toxic it was not only a song, but the development of the life of Spears who did not endure a series of situations and led him to a radical change that surprised more than one.

Despite the success in his career, the interpreter of Oops!… I Did It Again after you start a relationship, engaged and finally get married with the dancer Kevin Federlineall this in a period of less than six months, the personal life of Spears it was transformed into a white defendant of the tabloids and the paparazzi.

Life and each one of the movements of Spears were already in a row since its inception, and from the announcement of her separation from Federline in late 2006, was succeeded by an intense offensive in the media that led the singer to be radically transformed, which even led to losing custody of her two sons to mid-2007. But it didn’t help that, in 2007, announced that her younger sister Jamie Lynn Spears, got pregnant at the early age of 16 years.

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2007 was declared the year of Britney Spears, for his endless personal problems (consumption and abuse of harmful substances, the input and output of clinical rehabilitation, loss of custody of their children, problems within the family and guardianship own granted to his father). His presentation at the MTV Video Music Awards that same year, the only one that managed to promote her fifth studio album, showed that their personal problems were also reflected in his career.

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Writing Digital The Herald Mexico

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