comical44 saidA lot more people like Britney than "Her Gays"...I know tons of girls that like her and many straight guys who still like her.
And as far as Vegas I don't believe its the end of her career, maybe for others it was that but I just feel it was a great opportunity for her not to pass up because of how stable it was(compared to touring the world)...Also to her fan and just the public in General we look at it as just a permanent Venue she will be at for 2 years which is pretty cool.
Ive watched videos of her show from when she started till now and I think she is starting to dance like she use back in the early 2000's its F'n awesome...Shes getting use to her show and improving more and more with the tons of choreography...By the summer it will perfect!
Just give the woman some credit from where she is now compared to 2006-2007
I think every person has a time period where they begin to listen to music. For me it was when Britney Spears, NSync, Christina Aguilera, and The Back Street Boys were mainstream and very current.
As far as Britney Spears in Vegas goes. In her documentary For the Record she kept mentioning if they were going to Vegas for her surprise. Their surprise was to let her drive her car without paparazzi. I imagine she suffers from depression most creative ppl have their quirks. I think it's healthy that she has something to look forward to each day -- a normal routine, instead of letting her sit around.
She wouldn't be my #1 stop in Vegas, but if there was time I definitely wouldn't mind hearing the songs I grew up to and seeing her happy/on point.
If Britney Spears wants to stick around she will. She's still beautiful and she does have talent. Not the strongest singer, we all know that, but she always entertains. Some people actually really enjoy her real voice. Not for nothing listening to Glee versions of Britney Spear's songs shows she has an interesting or at least "household" voice.