Britney Spears phoned in yet another lame ass concert of her tired old hits from years ago in Orlando and it seems people loved it despite an apparent lack of well…concert. According to People Magazine, Britney went on stage for a staggering 14 minutes and churned out the same saccharine, corporately produced, chemically addictive, music flavored product that totally worked prior to her meltdown. Problem is, it can’t possibly work now that it’s been revealed she’s actually got a soul and that it’s currently in a crippled state due to her realization that she has actual emotion; something she evidently didn’t realize prior to having kids and marrying K-Fed.
Plus, right at the beginning the backing CD skipped. No problem though, of course, she just smiled and told the audience she loved them.
So, let’s get this straight: She goes on for 14 minutes, fucks up lip-syncing as the sound doesn’t work, drags her tired, alcohol and fast food fueled body through some tired old dance routines while her 40 million dollar synthetic wig gets in the way of her face and Judy Jensen, 25, one member of the moronic Floridian audience actually says, "If Britney's going to make a comeback, it's going to be the best one yet. She looked amazing."
Well, sure! It will be “the best one yet” (what the fuck? Out of how many? How many do we have to sit through?) Except, there’s no way that Judy Jensen, 25, isn’t actually the intern of whoever is Britney’s publicist right now. But, let’s be fair – if Britney does manage a comeback it WILL be the best one yet. As long as she goes away for a while and comes back in some sensible shoes with a normal haircut and sits on stage in a white shirt, black tights with no shoes, cross legged under a stark white spotlight and proceeds to deliver a one woman show that explains everything she really went through to get to that breakdown, what it entailed as opposed to what the press showed and an acknowledgment of all the times she said yes to a corporate executive when she should have said no. THAT would be a comeback. [source]